Hand made British premature baby clothes

It’s variety and flair at Prem2Pram the premature baby-clothing store where you money buys you so much more.  Our range of distinctive hand knitted premature baby clothes are available in sizes starting from 1 to 2lbs upwards.

This charming little premature baby’s sailor suit is reminiscent of the Victorian era, with its cute little knickerbockers, short sleeve shirt, jacket, hat and booties.  Hand made in England from super soft baby wool so it’s kind to a premature baby’s delicate skin.

Please note: I should mention before anyone comments that the ribbon on the jacket is fine if the garment is to be worn by a reborn baby doll, however for safety reasons the ribbon will not be included unless you state in the comment box during checkout that the garment is for a reborn baby doll and not a real baby.

Reborn baby wearing a premature baby boys sailor suit

Hand knitted pemature babies sailor jacket

This delightful little premature baby girls dress, hat and booties is hand knitted in a lovely pastel pink and white super soft spun double knitting baby wool to help prevent damage to a premature baby’s delicate skin.

Reborn baby wearing a hand knitted prem baby outfit

The above premature baby outfits are modelled by my reborn baby doll Angelica.

To view our full range of premature baby clothes please visit us at http://www.prem2pram.co.uk

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. what does my name mean
    May 18, 2010 @ 20:45:07

    hi wats your myspace page

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  2. prem2pram
    May 22, 2010 @ 09:40:34

    Hi,

    Here’s myspace page http://www.myspace.com/prem2pram

    Reply

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