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Old 02-05-2007, 08:04 AM   #11
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Re: Does anyone make toddler bamboo velour undies?

Awesome!! You know I was thinking....why can't you take an existing pair of dd's underwear and just sew a rectanglular piece of BV on the crotch area so then you would have the BV right where you need it? What do you think???? I sure wish I could sew, lol!

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Hmmm I have some BV and some lingerie elastic. My DD also has the same issue. I might have to deconstruct some of her undies and make a pair.

If the come out well, I'll let you know!!!

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Old 02-05-2007, 08:08 AM   #12
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I could try that, but I think it would be SOOO nice to have BV all over the bum and bits!!
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Old 02-05-2007, 08:09 AM   #13
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Making something like this is on my todo list but, as my sewing machine is not currently accessible, it's on hold for a few more months yet.
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Old 02-05-2007, 08:12 AM   #14
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Re: Does anyone make toddler bamboo velour undies?

It sure would but that might get really expensive for me to buy, lol! Would you be up to trying just the BV at the crotch area of an existing pair for me? If so, what do you think it would cost?

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I could try that, but I think it would be SOOO nice to have BV all over the bum and bits!!
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Old 02-05-2007, 08:19 AM   #15
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Re: Does anyone make toddler bamboo velour undies?

I'd highly recommend Hannah Anderson's regular girls underware. Our daughter won't wear anything else. They are nice soft cotton and plenty wide through the crotch area which is usually rediculously small on little girls underware. They are expensive but last FOREVER!
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Re: Does anyone make toddler bamboo velour undies?

My dd has BV panties, and one thing to think about is they take forever to dry. So if I put them in the dryer with regular laundry, they won't dry with everything else. I have to dry them with the diapers. Another thiing to consider is how heavy BV is. I made a pair of sleep shorts for myself out of it (with the soft part inside), and they're comfy, but probably weigh almost 2 pounds. And they're just one layer.

I don't want to dissuade you, but cotton velour might be better. Check out Thumbelina on HC, I think she has some, or something similar. And she's a great WAHM.
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Old 02-05-2007, 08:38 AM   #17
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Re: Does anyone make toddler bamboo velour undies?

Thanks for the info and the idea. I didn't see anything at Thumbelina diaper like that???

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My dd has BV panties, and one thing to think about is they take forever to dry. So if I put them in the dryer with regular laundry, they won't dry with everything else. I have to dry them with the diapers. Another thiing to consider is how heavy BV is. I made a pair of sleep shorts for myself out of it (with the soft part inside), and they're comfy, but probably weigh almost 2 pounds. And they're just one layer.

I don't want to dissuade you, but cotton velour might be better. Check out Thumbelina on HC, I think she has some, or something similar. And she's a great WAHM.
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