I am off babysitting again this weekend. So thought it should be Syrus's turn to get something. With the cooler weather on the way I decided some cuddly fleecy sleep sacks would be good. After trolling the internet I can up with a pattern HERE. There were no instructions so I had to wing it. There were also no fabric requirements, but I found I need almost a meter of the flannelette to line and I got three outers from 2 meters of fleecy.
I decided to use snaps to join the front as I thought my ability to put a zip in could be challenged with the fleecy fabric.
I only put the snaps through the lining as I thought all the layers would be a bit thick. Then stitch the
outer down to make a flap.
I had to turn the arm holes in from the right side out them top stitch. I think with the next two I will bind them with the lining fabric instead.
I took a little brain power on my part to figure it out, but am happy with the end result. Now I have ironed out the bugs the next two should come together quickly.
This is not meant as a tutorial, just what I did to make the pattern. If you would like to make these and don't understand what I have done fell free to contact me I will try and help you.
Hugs Tanya xxx