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#1 of 9 Old 09-24-2007, 02:28 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I have two fleece blankets that DD will ever really use as blankets but they'd do fairly well as a Sleep Sack type thing.

Would anyone happen to have a pattern?
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Nevermind! Shoulda searched Google first.
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I was just going to suggest Jan Andrea. I see you probably found it with google though.

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Wish i had decided to google this, or check here before I bought a pattern LOL, oh well at least it was on sale for $1.99
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So how did it turn out? I was thinking of making a sleepsack or two for my new bean. It doesn't seem like it would be too hard. I'd want to do long sleeved ones though.
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I made a couple for my dd out of fleece and she loves them. No more blankets to worry about. She just wears a onesie underneath. I've made both sleaveless and with sleaves. When sewing, sew the front and back togerther at the top, leaving the side and bottom open, then attach the open sleave. Once you have the arms attached, sew one continuous seam from wrist, up the arm, down the side, around the bottom and back up. Hope this makes since. It really is an easy project.
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I just made one for a friend of my dh who is having a baby, flannel all lined nice and cozy warm..thinking of putting a slit for a carseat strap! SOOO EASY, and way cute, made matching bibs/burppads/and going to make a lil quilt....really simple one...couldnt believe how easy the sleep bag was!!

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i've made them out of old fleece blankets for my 2yr old dd with velcro at one shoulder so she can put them on and take them off all by herself. can't sleep without them!
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