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Old 09-16-10, 08:23 PM   #1
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Cycling jerseys for dolls and teddy bears?

Stopping at a bike shop in Cumberland, MD in my recent travels, I noticed some really tiny cycling jerseys on the shop window. According to the shop, they were samples of custom jerseys they had made -- and they were not for sale.

I found the "not for sale" part disappointing, because I ride with a mascot. Douglas has a helmet, and I'd love to get him a jersey, too.
(for scale, he's sitting in my water bottle holder)

Does anyone know of a source for replica jerseys for dolls or teddy bears?
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OMG teh cyute!

OK, now that I've had my moment of SQUEEEE!1!!! -- yes, that is the sort of thing I had in mind. Might I inquire as to how you obtained that diminutive jersey?
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Twas a gift from a family member but apparently it was a promo freebie when a bunch of us placed a large order for custom jerseys through Champion Systems. Perhaps if you contact them they will (for a fee) construct you a mini of a jersey design.

Let us know if that works out, because Ratta could use more bike swag.
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Our club uses Champ sys also. They send us mini jerseys as samples with our orders.
There is a minimum of 30. However, you may be able to see if they will sell you it on their one at a time program. I fear no matter what you do it will be expensive through them.

http://champ-sys.com/mini-jerseys.html
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If it could be a sports team jersey, there are tons of those on ebay. Search NFL mini jersey or NHL mini jersey, etc.
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doll store in the neighbourhood?
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