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These outfits stretch.

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    These clothes can grow. Then they shrink back. (Petit Pli)
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    Origami shapes are folded out of paper.
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    Kids can play in the clothes. (Petit Pli)
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    Ryan Yasin made the cloth. (Petit Pli)
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    Would you like to learn origami?
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Do you see all the little pleats (folds) on this clothing? It stretches to become bigger. That means babies and toddlers can wear these clothes longer.

Ryan Y. invented Petit Pli (“little pleat”) cloth. What a great idea!

Read More: Babies and toddlers grow very quickly. Ryan Yasin sent a gift of clothing to his nephew. But the gift already was too small when it arrived. Mr. Yasin had studied the paper folding art of origami. That made him think of making pleated cloth. His Petit Pli clothing fits kids from nine months to four years. It can “grow” through seven sizes. Then it can be reset to its smallest size to share with the next child. Luke 3:11 says, “Whoever has two tunics is to share with him who has none.