Recommended Fabrics: View 1 is designed for light weight to mid weight stretch knit fabric. It will not work with a woven fabric. View 2 pattern pieces are for light to mid-weight woven fabrics such as cottons, and flannels. View 3 is a combination, using a flannel for the main fabric and ribbing for the neck, sleeve cuffs and cap band.
- Fabric - ½ yard View 1 and View 3
- ⅝ yard View 2
-Ribbing View 1 and View 2 (Optional for neck, sleeves, and cap band.) - 18” by 2”
(You can use the stretch knit if 4” will stretch to 7”. To check this, fold the fabric in half and test at the fold. Don’t test on a cut edge.)
-9” of ¼” wide elastic for View 1 & View 3. A little extra elastic will make it easier
-18” of ¼” wide elastic for View 2. A little extra elastic will make it easier
-9” of ½” wide elastic for cap band View 2. A little extra elastic will make it easier
- 6” of ¼” wide hook and loop tape, or 3 snaps
-Lightweight interfacing – 12” by 3/4”
Skill Level: Intermediate
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Very nice pattern. Fits great. The front closure is a little tricky, but the instructions are excellent. Once you make the first, the next are a piece of cake. My granddaughter was thrilled with the sleepers and matching caps I made her bitty baby.
I absolutely love this pattern. I've made 8 of them! I've used knit and flannel. They make up quickly and are really cute.
Haven't seen it together yet, hopefully today. It's all cut out. Was making it to match the blanket sleeper I'd made for my 10yr old granddaughter. Can hardly wait to see the look on her face!