|Age||Height (cm)||Weight (kgs)||Weight (lbs)||Chest (cm)||Waist (cm)||Hips (cm)|
|Premature (3lb)||Up to 1.4||Up to 3|
|Premature (4lb)||Up to 1.8||Up to 4|
|Early baby||Up to 2.3||Up to 5|
|Tiny baby||50||Up to 3.4||Up to 7.5|
|18 months -2 years||92||53||52||56|
This fabric is very simple to care for. Depending on if the garment is a blended fabric, clothes can be washed in cold or warm water and tumble or line dried. To avoid damaging the fabric, many manufacturers recommend washing on the delicate cycle without fabric softener or bleach. Products that are made from 100 per cent bamboo fabric tend to dry twice as fast as other fabrics so less dryer or hanging time is needed. Do not use fabric softener or bleach.
Wool is similar in its consistency to human hair, therefore as with hair washing only the mildest detergent should be used. Wool absorbs little dirt. The scales on the surface of the fibres effectively repel dirt. Woollen clothing therefore seldom needs to be washed and usually a thorough airing will suffice. When washing is necessary natural wool should be hand washed at a maximum temperature of 30°C. Wool is extremely sensitive to soap and soap suds. In washing wool therefore always use a special wool detergent. To avoid felting wool should never be soaked, rubbed, wrung out or brushed. Simply squeeze gently by hand and dry in the sun. Hand wash/ do not bleach/ do not tumble dry/iron damp at about 150°C Do not dry clean. Wool should never be dried on a heater or tumble dried
Thanks to its chemical composition as a carbohydrate fibre, cotton is resistant to heat, mechanical pressure and many chemicals. It can therefore easily be machine washed at 95°C. A hot iron will increase the volume of the cotton and leave it feeling softer and fluffier.
Silk is very sensitive to high temperatures and will shrink if washed in too hot water. It easily gets dirty, but with correct washing, the dirt is quickly released from the silk fibres. Silk articles must be treated with care.