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Pattern Reviews> Butterick> 5061 (MISSES' JACKET, ROBE, NIGHTGOW)

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Posted on:11/21/10 11:33 PM
Last Updated:11/27/10 1:59 PM
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katlew03 said... (12/1/10 0:54 AM) Reply
Great gift idea. Flannel is so cozy in cold weather.
Trephas2003 said... (11/25/10 11:56 AM) Reply
It looks beautiful!
Aroura said... (11/22/10 10:46 PM) Reply
Wow, gorgeous PJ's! Ia gree with you on the "historical" pattern and velcro. Lame. but your buttons and interpretation to make it modern PJ's are great!
mssewcrazy said... (11/22/10 6:41 PM) Reply
Very creative to use the costume pattern for sleepwear- I may pick this one up at a future sale. I would use buttons also-hate how velcro grabs everything in the washer and dryer.
Margaret said... (11/22/10 5:01 AM) Reply
Very pretty! Nice job on the buttons -- I can't imagine wearing velcro in a pajama top. Love the fabric and tucks too! I think it will be a great gift. I wish they would put dates on these too... I would also guess early 20th century though, especially for the gown/robe. I've seen a couple of pajama patterns from the very late teens/very early 20s that look similar to the pajamas in this pattern.
GlButterfly said... (11/22/10 3:08 AM) Reply
Very nice and such a pretty color. I like the way you personalize a review. Ha! This may the only way for awhile that my name gets associated with a review.
marec said... (11/22/10 1:11 AM) Reply
Gorgeous fabric-your MIL is sure to appreciate your work.
mhk3boys said... (11/21/10 5:53 PM) Reply
I think the gown will look awesome! I can't wait to see it finished!
AnitaJJ said... (11/21/10 2:26 PM) Reply
This already looks cute. I can't wait to see the final product.
no7262 said... (11/4/10 10:24 AM) Reply
I can't wait to see this made up for both of you! Nora :)
renren said... (11/4/10 2:38 AM) Reply
Very nice pattern and fabric . . . will make a wonderful gift!
dfr2010 said... (11/3/10 5:11 PM) Reply
Elona - that is very useful info! I only washed it once ... but haven't cut yet because I had to run a few errands. Guess I'll toss it back in the wash tonight and cut tomorrow.
Elona said... (11/3/10 4:35 PM) Reply
What a sweet idea! If you haven't worked with cotton flannel before, it does what is called 'progressive shrinking,' which means it will shrink like crazy for the first three or so washings. Because of that, it's good to pre-wash and dry the fabric several times before cutting out the garment.
Rhonda in Montreal said... (11/3/10 2:41 PM) Reply
Hi! Looking forward to seeing how this pattern works out in flannel ;)
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