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Posted on:2/5/13 11:29 AM


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sewnotwork said... (2/5/13 7:11 PM) Reply
Nice! I made a similar sleep sack also from a burda pattern and used a zipper on the side. They kept my son warm!
Dee2 said... (2/5/13 3:31 PM) Reply
Your little one looks so cute in this. I also think that using snaps is much more comfortable for baby & also much safer.
Pj3g said... (2/5/13 2:03 PM) Reply
I much prefer snaps like you did. I'm surprised a pattern would put ties on a baby sleep sack. Good job!
 
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