Welcome to Daphne & Margot and thank you for shopping small! The full website will stay open for pre-Christmas orders until 10pm Sunday 4th December. Every item is handmade so orders will be sewn, wrapped and posted within 2 weeks. From Monday 5th December it will show in-stock only and orders will be posted the next working day. Festive last orders 20th December. Postage is free, all items are wrapped and you can add a gift message if needed at the checkout. Stay safe and I look forward to sewing for you! Jo
Organic Digger Leggings
Diggers, fork lifts, cement mixers, steam rollers, cranes, tractors and trucks- this fabric has it all! Choose from Olive Green or Pink, harem or straight cut.
This fabric designed by a small independent Swedish company and printed in Europe. Handmade with 95% GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) Certified Cotton and 5% Lycra these leggings are super soft on skin for your baby, toddler or child.
Handmade in either Harem or straight Cuff style Organic Digger leggings have really good length for extra wear. The Harem style is especially good with cloth nappies. Hemmed and finished with grey thread with cuffs that can be folded up if needed. Matching bibs are also available to order.
The waist band is made with soft stretchy elastic, sizes under 12 months are made with extra-soft backed elastic to be kind to tiny tums.
Love this fabric but fancy something different? Love this style but another fabric has caught your eye? No problem! Just drop me an email.
Wash at 30, don't tumble. The tumble dryer is not your friend with handmade clothes (I’m sorry but it’s true). Wash similar colours together and put your jeans in a separate wash as they really bash about other clothes in the load.
Seams are overlocked for extra durable finish. All items are size and care labelled.
UK Postage is free. Your order will take up to 2 weeks to be made and posted to you. In a hurry? Pop me an email and I’ll see what I can do.
This item is lovingly made in the UK, on my kitchen table in Bishops Cleeve, Cheltenham if we’re being exact.