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Baby Sleeping Bag

by Vanessa Hurtley

March
11

I used a Burda pattern.

http://www.minervacrafts.com/burda-9782-burda-childrens-sewing-pattern-9782-jumpsuit-and-sleeping-bag-sizes:-3m-2.html


It was easy enough to follow after a couple of read throughs.
Trickiest thing was attaching the poppers.

*sew front and back pieces together
*make up the sleeves
*sew right sleeve fully in to garment
*sew half of left sleeve in
*sew on fastening band
*sew on neck band
*attach poppers

1 Comment

MumdyJucobs MumdyJucobsMumdyJucobs MumdyJucobs 2 years ago
Hi everyone, I'm a new parent and I am desperately to get my three month daughter to sleep longer during night. At the moment I'm fortunate to have four hours sleep per night. Does anybody have any ideas? Regards

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