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Handmade scottish t-shirts and bags by cabbie kids

Scottish T-shirts & Bags


Cabbie Kids Scottish t-shirts are beautifully crafted using heat press transfers backed with recycled fabrics.
Cabbie Kids Scottish t-shirts are a unique gift to send abroad. They are light to post and a welcome gift from Scotland. Using lovely bright cotton tartan and heart or star fabric shapes, they are a modern Scottish present for any 'wee' one.


The t-shirts come packaged with a card header reading 'made in Scotland'.
The girls t-shirt is a pale pink short sleeve with a tartan fabric heart appliquéd on reading 'wee girl'.
The boys t-shirt is a pale blue short sleeve with a tartan fabric star appliquéd on reading 'wee boy'.
The ‘wee boy’ and ‘wee girl’ and ‘Scotland Rocks!’ patches are also available on rucksacks. They are available in 4 colours; pink, purple, royal blue or navy and all have cord straps. The rucksacks measure approx (length)45cm x (width)35cm.


The fabric patches will vary depending on availability of tartan fabric. The variety of fabrics used adds to the unique styling of the garments. Images show examples of fabrics used and may not be exactly the same as what you receive.
Fabrics used on Cabbie Kids products are all fine, found and vintage - using recycled materials.
All Cabbie Kids clothing is made from 100% cotton and is machine washable at 30 degrees. Hand wash for best results. Do not tumble dry and cover transfer when ironing.


The short sleeve t-shirts are a generous classic style.
1-2 years chest-66cm/length-36cm
2-3 years chest-70cm/length-40cm
3-4 years chest-76cm/length-45cm
5-6 years chest-81cm/length-50cm


Scottish T-shirts £16 each
Scottish Rucksacks £16 each

 

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