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There are so many clothes you can make for kids – Little Girl Dresses, onesies and rompers, Smocked or embroidered Gowns, Bonnets, Blouses, pants, little skirts, shorts – there are so many things to make and you need the best of all fabrics for all these. Check out this post on sewing for children for some tips you can apply when sewing all these.
The first and foremost consideration when selecting fabric for sewing for your kid is that – it is soft and non-irritating. For a newborn, an extra consideration is that it should be comfortable against the cut umbilical cord. For older babies and kids, comfort and safety rank as the prime consideration.
You also do not want the fabric to be clingy or slippery or thick – the fabric has to be breathable. The fabric also has to withstand many rounds of washing and also wear and tear from play and tumble, unless it is occasion wear.
Usually, the first choice for making kids’ clothes is Cotton. It ticks all the criteria I wrote earlier – like absorbency, breathability and comfort level. Organically made cotton tops even this, as it is made in a very eco-friendly environment without any of the chemicals used otherwise. Read more about organic cotton fabric here.
But simply going to the fabric store and asking for ‘Cotton’ is not going to do you any favour. There are so many types of cotton (about 90 types). An uninitiated person may be tricked into buying some seemingly smooth soft looking fabric which may be terribly unsuitable for kids’ clothing – it may pill heavily after the first wash or turn rough and irritate the kid’s skin or it may be made of synthetic fibers which can make the kid very uncomfortable
Same is the case if you buy synthetic fabrics. They stain easily and pill after even the first wash. Though they look soft at first, this is lost sooner than later.
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