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Pattern Reviews> Kwik Sew> 2315 (Toddlers' Pajamas)

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Reviewed by:DeborahMy

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Posted on:8/10/06 11:30 AM
Last Updated:8/10/06 11:34 AM
Review Rating: Very Helpful by 4 people   
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wvsher said... (8/10/06 1:41 PM) Reply
Cute pj's! Thanks for the review & recommendation.
MelissaB in WA said... (8/10/06 1:22 PM) Reply
Cute! I love this pattern, it's a great one. I do my ribbing the same way you do, it's soooo much easier than sewing in the round.
martinanne said... (7/30/06 8:09 AM) Reply
Absolutely adorable!!!
Elemenopeo said... (7/29/06 8:19 PM) Reply
Very cute. PJs are fun to sew.
DeborahMy said... (7/29/06 3:24 PM) Reply
Celeste, thanks for the tips. I'll keep the ribbing one in mind when I make some more.
Celeste said... (7/29/06 11:14 AM) Reply
Oh yes, also I wanted to mention that when you sew kid's p.j.'s with ribbing at the ankle, sew the ribbing really long. Simplicity I think only wants a 1" deep ribbing but I go about 4" because you can roll up the bottoms double, then unroll as the kid's legs grow. My nephew wore a pair of p.j. bottoms about two full years when I did them this way!!
Celeste said... (7/29/06 11:11 AM) Reply
You did such a beutiful job. It looks too pretty just to wear to bed!! Try Polyarn. It works just like wooly nylon but is polyester and can take hgher temps with an iron, doesn't melt! It's more expensive but really worth it. Try it, you will really like it!
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