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This is one of Lisha's little grave coats for a little girl (Picture: Wales Online). Designers transform bridal gowns into miniscule tomb coats for stillbirth. One young seamstress uses old bridal gowns to make tomb coats for stillbirths and miscarriages - because she found that the dolls' dress was too big for her. It was Lisha Thomas, 20, who came up with the dream when a member of her loved ones in December last year threw out a little boy and fought to find the right dress for the funeral.

The clothing of the puppets even did not match 3 pounds of 4oz Bella Rose, which at the age of just five weeks passed away, Wales Online reported. Lisha was prompted to create Little Angels, which offers clothing small enough for a delayed abortion, stillbirth or neo-natal decease, consisting of sponsored bridal gowns and gowns. She went to the South Wales community last weekend to ask the South Wales lady to give her old bridal gowns - and has now been given 30 gowns along with more than 250 voluntary workers offering their stitching abilities.

"It' s all optional and I have contacted hospital and undertakers to see if they would like their clothes supplied. "For very small infants I make a form similar to a quadratic bag so that the baby can be inside wrap and his face is still visible.

"I have my own designs that all my fellow students use, so they're all custom made. "When the donor does not reside near, I have to have the gown sent to me," she commented. To donate a bridal gown or a ceremonial garment instead of any other garment is because it wants the materials to be emblematic and have a particular significance.

"and I had a 50 year old.

Lizha Thomas turns bridal gowns into miniscule grave coats for stillbirths and miscarriages.

It came after a member of Lisha Thomas' 20-year-old Lisha Thomas in December last year dropped a baby and it was not possible to find the right clothes for the funeral. Lisha was prompted to create Little Angels, which offer clothes small enough for a delayed abortion, stillbirth or neo-natal decease, consisting of sponsored bridal gowns and gowns.

"It' s all optional and I have contacted hospital and undertakers to see if they would like their clothes supplied. "For very small infants I make a form similar to a quadratic bag so that the baby can be inside wrap and his face is still visible.

"I have my own designs that all my fellow students use, so they're all custom made. "When the donor does not reside near, I have to have the gown sent to me," she commented. To donate a bridal gown or a ceremonial garment instead of any other garment is because it wants the materials to be emblematic and have a particular significance.

"and I had a 50 year old.

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