Betsy Ross Stars Onesie

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The canton, featuring the stars, may have gradually replaced the Grand Union flag as hope for reconciliation faded. Regimental flags featuring stars in a blue canton, such as those of the Green Mountain Boys or 1st Rhode Island Regiment, may have pre-dated the 1777 Flag Resolution. Stars were important symbols in European heraldry, their meaning differing with the shape and number of points. Stars appear in colonial flags as early as 1676. Some have speculated that stars may be linked to Freemasonry, but stars of this type were not an important icon in Freemasonry. Although early American flags featured stars with various numbers of points, the five-pointed star is a defining feature of the Betsy Ross legend. The five-pointed star became the norm on Navy ensigns, perhaps because five-pointed stars were more clearly defined from a distance.

• 100% ring-spun combed cotton
• Heather colors are 52% ring-spun combed cotton and 48% polyester
• Fabric weight: 3.9 oz/y² (132.2 g/m²)
• Side-seamed construction
• Envelope neckline
• Three-snap leg closure
• Blank product sourced from Nicaragua, Honduras, or the US

Size guide

  WIDTH (inches) FITS BABY LENGTH (inches) FITS BABY WEIGHT (LBS) (lbs)
3-6m 9 3/8 20-25 12-16
6-12m 9 7/8 25-28 16-22
12-18m 10 3/8 28-30 22-27
18-24m 10 7/8 30-32 27-30

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