[Northkeep] Seeking: Infant garb patterns
Zubeydah Jamilla al-Badawiyyah
zubeydah at gmail.com
Fri Jun 10 07:36:57 PDT 2011
Thank you for the info, Estrill!
My biggest worry is that I keep hearing that baby heads are all out of whack
-- and having never *dressed* an infant, much less make clothes for a Royal
infant, I'm a bit out of sorts, and was hoping to have the security of a
printed pattern to work from.
I guess I'll just be brave and try and wing it! :)
On Fri, Jun 10, 2011 at 9:33 AM, Sweet, Debby
<deborah.s.sweet at okstate.edu>wrote:
> >Does anyone have _patterns_ for infant garb that I could pick up either
> >today or tomorrow, borrow for a few days, and return immediately? I
> >Any help with a pattern would be greatly appreciated!
> The easiest pattern I found was to use two receiving blankets and make a
> simple T-tunic out of them. Use some baby shirt that isn't too stretchy to
> help with the size of the neckhole and the sleeves -- the neckhole will seem
> to be huge compared with an adult T-tunic. Make it slightly too long so that
> it covers the legs. Of course, my child was born in Oct, so a receiving
> blanket might be too warm -- some other fabric might work better.
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