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I designed The Jessie Robe for my son to wear around the house as the evenings cooled going into this winter.
I like to make it in a warm fluffy fabric, but always be aware of fire risk. Flannelette is a lighter option, and is still warm and comfortable. Some polar fleeces are low fire risk- check with your store attendant when purchasing.
Any woven comfortable fabric is appropriate for this dressing gown. Use a contrasting fabric for the facing, cuffs and tie, or just use a contrasting piping or trim to add interest.
Consider recycling the child’s baby blanket into a dressing gown.
The instructions refer to piping or bias binding, but any trim will work- again, make sure it has low flammability- it needs to be thin/compact (nothing big and frilly!) and be top-stitched down as described in the instructions. Bias binding is an easy option and there are more colours and patterns available than piping.
Advanced beginner. Neat top-stitching of piping and trims is the most technical step.
Estimated time to complete:
Sizes 0 (12 months old or 76cm tall) to 3 (3-4 years old or 100cm tall)
(Sizes 4 to 7 available for purchase as a separate document).
Any non-stretch light or medium-weight fabric (like polar fleece, flannelette) with low flammability
A trim- piping, bias binding, some thin laces or ribbons will work
Polyester “sew-all” thread
1cm (3/8 inch), included in pattern.
NOTE: This is not a final product. It is a digital pattern in PDF from, which will be available for printing immediately after purchase. It is formatted to print on A4 paper, but the margins are large enough that it will work in American letterhead size paper also- just make sure you print the test square page first.
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