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Pattern Reviews> Simplicity> 7018 OOP (Robe in 2 lengths & bed jacket)

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Reviewed by:Patti B
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Posted on:9/19/05 9:18 PM
Last Updated:9/19/05 9:53 PM
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jsirkis said... (7/23/15 8:38 AM) Reply
Do you think this could be made into a jacket or coat?
Patti B replied...(7/24/15 9:13 AM)
Yes, it could be. The fit is loose enough to go over another layer but do check the finished measurements first.
tateelliott said... (10/7/08 9:57 PM) Reply
Patti B, I'm thinking of making a Santa suit out of Minkee (call me crazy), but am worried about it stretching. I made a suit some time ago from velvet and want to make another for backup in case anything happens to my velvet suit. Minkee looks so comfortable. Has your robe stretched since you made it? Tate
MAB.AZ said... (1/1/06 6:37 PM) Reply
Today I made my first online fabric purchase of pink velour and needed a pattern. As soon as I saw yours I knew this was what I wanted. OOP! Luckily I just found it on e-bay. I like your style!
AnneM said... (9/20/05 6:30 PM) Reply
Oh my, that looks sooooooooo comfy. Definitely looks worth dealing with the minkee fuzies.
AnneFromLambourn said... (9/20/05 3:27 PM) Reply
Nice cosy robe, how reassuring that others make mistakes too
BjP said... (9/20/05 7:46 AM) Reply
Great looking robe....nice details!
Cornelia said... (9/20/05 5:53 AM) Reply
Oooo, I want one!
Mary Stiefer said... (9/19/05 9:41 PM) Reply
This looks very comfy. You did a great job piecing everything together.
Jules/Vancouver BC said... (9/19/05 9:25 PM) Reply
oh - how cozy looking. I like the piecing - looks very deliberate *grin*
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