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Thread: NICU gowns

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    Super Member fleurdelisquilts.com's Avatar
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    This weekend I spent some time sewing for the preemies at Women's and Children Hospital in Lafayette. Our grand-daughter was born there last year and spent a couple of months in the NICU. You can copy the pattern and tut on my blog:
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    Thanks for looking!

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    Those look very nice. Good job.

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    Precious little clothes!!! :D

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    That is so thoughtful. I had a friend that had twins that were 2lb 3 oz and 2 lbs 7 oz. This would have been so nice for them. I think I might be copying your pattern to make some of these for the nicu. It would be a great way to use up some fabric. :) Thanks for posting this and I bookmarked you blog.

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    Bless you. My oldest granddaughter, Miranda, was born at 28 wks, weighing 2 lb 4.9 oz. Tiny little thing, as you well know from yours weighing the same thing. She spent 3 months in the hospital. She is a SR in high school this year. Smart as a whip and plans to go to nursing school to be an NICU nurse. I told her she will give HOPE to the parents/families of the babies in NICU. It is like a world of it's own.

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    Do you always use cotton or will flannel or knit fabric work as well?

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    very nice!

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    The clothing is gorgeous, my GGD spent a few days in NICU last spring when she was born, you should see the little tike now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NannySandy
    Bless you. My oldest granddaughter, Miranda, was born at 28 wks, weighing 2 lb 4.9 oz. Tiny little thing, as you well know from yours weighing the same thing. She spent 3 months in the hospital. She is a SR in high school this year. Smart as a whip and plans to go to nursing school to be an NICU nurse. I told her she will give HOPE to the parents/families of the babies in NICU. It is like a world of it's own.
    That is amazing :) Tell her congrats on her graduation!

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    Adorable! I have a grandson that spent his first 8 weeks in NICU also.

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