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Linda0902
Linda0902
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Date: 9/1/13 10:53 AM

I'm making this jacket:
http://butterick.mccall.com/filebin/images/product_images/Full/B5584.jpg

The pattern does not suggest a fabric for the lining. Can I get some suggestions? What fabric would make it easier for my DD to put the baby's arms into the jacket?

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Subject: Lining a babys fleece jacket Date: 9/1/13 12:10 PM

You could use the method for putting socks onto wiggly feet. Roll up the excess, insert the wigglies then unroll back into place.

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Date: 9/2/13 8:13 AM

I just made a fleece jacket for a baby, and used a very, very light weight knit.

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height 5'2" bust 36, waist 31, hip 39.
I have way too many yards to count, and I will never use them up, but I will die trying!

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Date: 9/3/13 6:01 PM

Thank you!

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