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Old 10-29-2013, 07:35 AM   #1
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Knit vs interlock help!!!

I upcycled a sweater into longies for my ds and I am wondering if it might be that it was a knit material. But when I got him this morning his legs were cold!! I felt like a horrible mama. I felted the knit before making them I have another pair I made but I don't want to freeze him out again. The ones he wore were a looser fit like pants and the other ones I made are like leggings. Both are relatively thick. Do you think it's the loose fit that made him cold or the fact that its a knit? In fleece he is toasty. Should inlookinto interlock?? Help me out wool mamas

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Any insight would be appreciated
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Were they wet? If they are dry and wool they might just be too thin and he may need another layer.
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They felt a little cool so I'm guessing they were a little wet but they didn't feel really wet. So I guess I need to double layer the wool when I make the night time longies?
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