The Jarrod Romper is a front and leg opening romper suit that can be worn over other clothes. A simple design that features only side seams and front opening seams, without the usual need for a gusset.
Make from jersey or fleece fabrics for ultimate comfort.
Can also be used to create clothing for toys and dolls.
Available in size 24-36 wiki + (gestational age) for preemie (premature) babies.
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rahi Copyshop: 88cm x 52cm
whārangi A4: 10
US Letter: 15
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