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Old 03-23-2013, 01:44 PM   #1
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Anyone try using their fleece side snapping cover with their hemp contour snapped in? I am wondering if there are snaps at the front & back (although I could add snaps) & if a large would fit a 33 pound toddler? If I could just pre-stuff them & pull them up then that would be a bonus!!!!

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Re: Sugar peas fleece AI2

I designed them ...not sure they are still making them same way ( I sold the company in 2006) but they used to only have snaps in the back one on each side. It would be a little tricky as a pull up....
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I designed them ...not sure they are still making them same way ( I sold the company in 2006) but they used to only have snaps in the back one on each side. It would be a little tricky as a pull up....
How cool that you designed them! Going to check your personal shop for something similar
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Lol thanks. Something pull up is trickier....if you like wool at all maybe a wool soaker with snap in on both ends

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Lol thanks. Something pull up is trickier....if you like wool at all maybe a wool soaker with snap in on both ends

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Yes pull up style seems to be hard to get to work
Without shifting. I like wool but the price always turns me off
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