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Thread: Snuggie

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    Super Member Celeste's Avatar
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    http://www.sissonfamily.com/Sewingro...thesnuglet.pdf


    Perhaps we can adapt it with a quilt?

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    Those look just like what I needed this winter bbbbbrrrrrrrrrr it has been too cold for too long
    Thanks for the link :lol:
    Sharon

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    Celeste,
    I was thinking the same thing the other day when I was watching TV under a quilt. It would be great!

    I am sure it could be done.

    Thanks for posting the pattern...

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    I thought it might be time to bring this up again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Celeste
    I thought it might be time to bring this up again...
    Again.

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    I love this pattern. Thank you so much for bringing it up, again. I just printed a copy & think I will give it a try!!
    :D :D :D :D

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    I made myself one last year out of fleece. I made mine a little long so I can tuck it under my feet. I also put satin blanket binding on it. Old house (built in 1914), no insulation = drafty cold house. This is so comfy & warm :).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feather3
    I made myself one last year out of fleece. I made mine a little long so I can tuck it under my feet. I also put satin blanket binding on it. Old house (built in 1914), no insulation = drafty cold house. This is so comfy & warm :).
    Brr, that sounds cold. We don't get TOO cold out here, but low 50's is still pretty cold to sit in... we do not turn on our wall heaters, but do have a heating dish for "emergencies". These help.

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    It's in the 20's here :). Furnace gets turned on early September, depending on the temps & runs into late May early June. If we get a cold day in July it'll run too. So blankets, Snugglies, Quilts are a must here.

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