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Sweater from Gudrun Sjödén
Sweater from Gudrun Sjödén

Blouse from Gudrun Sjödén
Blouse from Gudrun Sjödén

Blouse purchased in clothing shop
Blouse purchased in clothing shop

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Blouses and sweaters

- examples of clothing purchased in stores that can be appropriate for wheelchair users

Description
- Sweater buttoned with wool edging from Gudrun Sjöden (photo 1)
- Blouses that are flared and broader across the stomach (photos 2 and 3)

Authors comments
Sweaters are often difficult to button.
Blouses can be too tight across the stomach and do not fit a person with quadriplegia who sits slumped.
Occasionally the user finds clothing that fits her in the stores. She feels that Gudrun Sjöden, www.gudrunsjoden.com, often has appropriate clothing (last checked March 2017).

She borrowed the idea of buttoning a sweater with a wool band from a sweater by Gudrun Sjödén, (photo 1), see related hint.

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The user

Tip is dated from 2011

Categories for this tip
self care » dressing, Tips and tricks from people with High tetraplegia with partly function in arms/hands (C5-6, ASIA A, B).

Related tips: 2

User with blouse in Viking model. 
Photo: Katharina RatzkaCustom-sewn blouses
Blouses in simple patterns - appropriate for wheelchair users
Tip is dated from 2011.
User with woolen vest, tied with drawstringKnitted vest tied with woolen band
- suitable for wheelchair users
Tip is dated from 2011.

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