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Posted on:10/31/13 9:16 PM
Last Updated:10/31/13 9:25 PM
Pattern Size:Petite 
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kushami said... (10/11/15 6:10 AM) Reply
Sandra, I just rediscovered this pattern while unpacking boxes from many years ago! I have to tell you, I made a pair of white flanellette PJs from this, with Hobbytex peace signs and smiley faces on the pockets. In my defence, I was in Year 9 ...
FloraNature said... (11/2/13 6:52 AM) Reply
What a great dressing gown! Such a clever use of the towel edges!
QuiltSewSewSue said... (11/2/13 0:46 AM) Reply
My go-to dressing gown pattern is a Style patten from the same era. They don't really change over time. Great idea to use the towels!
margy.64 said... (11/1/13 5:13 PM) Reply
Great use of towels and very clever to use the decorative edges in your robe.
GatorDenise said... (11/1/13 4:20 PM) Reply
Love it! I had the idea to do this a while back but have never followed through. Glad to see how well yours worked out! : )
GoodbyeValntino said... (11/1/13 8:13 AM) Reply
A clever use of towels indeed! Love the placement of the decorative towel edge. Very nice!
Sigrid. said... (11/1/13 5:54 AM) Reply
Wonderful, I'd like one too! What a great idea to use the towels and the edges of it. And how nice to have such memories of a pattern and even find some fluff from the first time you made it. Precious.
BeaJay said... (11/1/13 1:00 AM) Reply
That looks so great and cozy. Love the idea of using towels and the towel embellishments. Lovely.
mm said... (11/1/13 0:59 AM) Reply
What a great dressing gown. I love the idea of using towels.
Sharonspils said... (11/1/13 0:17 AM) Reply
Fantastic use of the towels and love how you have used the edges.
ArtAttack said... (10/31/13 10:32 PM) Reply
What a great idea that turned into a fabulous robe!
Dee2 said... (10/31/13 10:05 PM) Reply
What a great robe--it looks super comfy & is a real classic too. Thanks for the construction tips.
velosewer said... (10/31/13 10:05 PM) Reply
You've come up with an excellent way to use towels and reuse them for clothes Sandra.
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