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Dungarees for dd 9 school play!!

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lexcat Wed 24-Nov-10 20:50:43

I don't know if it just me but it's not something Iv'e seen in the shops except for babies and toddlers. I know you can get dungarees but your talking £20+. If I thought dd would wear them after the play it's not so bad but she hates the look of dungarees.

Why oh why every year it's the same trying to find things for christmas plays is never easy, especially on a tight budget.

scurryfunge Wed 24-Nov-10 20:53:16

Could you chop up some old jeans and make a bib that could be attached to an old pair of jeans?

MarineIguana Wed 24-Nov-10 20:53:17

Can you get some old jeans (or charity shop jeans), a bit too big for her, and cut up other jeans to make a front bit and rudimentary shoulder straps (if you're crafty - or know someone who is)? For a play they don't need to last so no need to hem it all properly - just cut the shapes and sew together.

MarineIguana Wed 24-Nov-10 20:53:40

GREAT minds funge...

thisisyesterday Wed 24-Nov-10 20:53:53

anything here?

scurryfunge Wed 24-Nov-10 20:54:04


lexcat Wed 24-Nov-10 21:03:55

I could try rigging up something but I'm not that crafty and I do work full time.

Ebay great idea but she's tall so would need size 10 even 11 and their's nothing.

geraldinetheluckygoat Wed 24-Nov-10 21:07:38

do they have to be denim?

thisisyesterday Wed 24-Nov-10 21:08:54

these any good?

geraldinetheluckygoat Wed 24-Nov-10 21:09:49


lexcat Wed 24-Nov-10 21:09:58

Don't know it just says dungarees but I think so.

SlightlyJaded Wed 24-Nov-10 21:10:11

ebay dungarees aged 10 - there are a few more pairs as well. I just searched 'dungarees 10'

geraldinetheluckygoat Wed 24-Nov-10 21:10:27

ah not big enough..hang on

geraldinetheluckygoat Wed 24-Nov-10 21:11:26

no pic but right size

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