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some fleece longies? Winter is approaching and I want to get her a pair but I don't know if she is a medium or large and not sure how to measure her.

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Waist: Circumference around belly button (skinniest part of torso, well, skinny for my DD but probably pudgy for other better-nourished babies, hee hee)
Hip: Circumference around and over hip bones and largest part of bum.
Rise: Arc from belly button down over crotch, and around back of butt to wherever you want the fabric to end
Thigh: Circumference around thigh at meatiest part
Inseam: Length starting at middle of crotch down leg to wherever you want the fabric to end around ankle, or wherever.

This is how I describe the measurements, but it might depend on your longy-maker =)
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Waist: Circumference around belly button (skinniest part of torso, well, skinny for my DD but probably pudgy for other better-nourished babies, hee hee)
Hip: Circumference around and over hip bones and largest part of bum.
Rise: Arc from belly button down over crotch, and around back of butt to wherever you want the fabric to end
Thigh: Circumference around thigh at meatiest part
Inseam: Length starting at middle of crotch down leg to wherever you want the fabric to end around ankle, or wherever.

This is how I describe the measurements, but it might depend on your longy-maker =)

Thank you! It is sad that I do not know that

Do you have any longies for sale? I am prepping for winter.
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Old 09-16-2011, 03:56 PM   #4
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Re: Can someone tell me how to measure my DD for

Hi, nothing is in stock currently. I'm open for customs. Just PM me with interest =)
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Waist: Circumference around belly button (skinniest part of torso, well, skinny for my DD but probably pudgy for other better-nourished babies, hee hee)
Hip: Circumference around and over hip bones and largest part of bum.
Rise: Arc from belly button down over crotch, and around back of butt to wherever you want the fabric to end
Thigh: Circumference around thigh at meatiest part
Inseam: Length starting at middle of crotch down leg to wherever you want the fabric to end around ankle, or wherever.

This is how I describe the measurements, but it might depend on your longy-maker =)


Here's a link to what I tell people, but it's pretty much the same as the info from Made of Fleece
http://www.facebook.com/note.php?not...14817958552240
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