Seenin's flip kerchiefs are a soft square of jersey cotton which fold in half to form a double kerchief bib, giving you a two in one reversible garment. Just flip for a clean dry side! The flip kerchief is ideal for when you're out and about, saving you from being weighed down with several bibs. The flip kerchief is a stylish alternative to a dribble bib and features a waterproof lining throughout, they are absorbent yet comfortable in soft drape jersey. Flip Kerchiefs can be machine washed and tumble dried on a low setting. The flip kerchief fastens with velcro (Hook and Loop) and comes in small, medium and large sizes. There is a wide selection of colours to choose from. Colours are updated regularly with new two sided Flips so please check the website. This garment is designed for use by both adults and children with special needs or disabilities.
Aydon South Farm
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