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Thread: Pop in my mind

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthPStitches View Post
    Haven't sewn robes in years but used to. The great snuggly, wrap around kind that didn't require buttonholes! With so many wonderful fleeces, it would be a snap and warmth without weight and easy care. If you didn't want to do the cotton and batting, etc., just wait until Joann's has a sale on their quilted fabric - already done for you. Remember as a kid in the late 50's, early 60's, the robes were made out of pastel, quilted nylon. Yikes I'm showing my age for sure.
    Mine was pink with flowers!! Guess I'm old too!!

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    And joanns has patterns for. 99 this weekend

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    And you can make those neat head towel thingys, they sell them on tv but theyre too thin,
    And they are light on the head, and you an customize them or use emb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lynnie View Post
    And joanns has patterns for. 99 this weekend
    Only Simplicity patterns.

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    Mine was plain pink. One of the very few things I ever had that was bought in a store.
    My Mother and Grandmother made all my clothes including winter coats even through high school.
    http://www.oregonquilting.net
    I choose to give my life away for things that last forever

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    I can't wait to check these sites out. Thanks for sharing!

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    I always say that I no longer sew clothes, but as my sisters say the Christmas season has officially started when I start working on pajama pants. We have 7 children (all grown) and 13 grandchildren, they all want pajama pants. They usually start telling me what kind of fabrics to look for right after opening their gifts. This has become a tradition and I love it. The first year (about 9 years ago)I made pajamas and robes for the little ones and robes for the adults but the adults all wanted pajama pants too and so it started. Now they all get pajama pants and occasionally a robe when one tells me they need one. By the way, the Christmas season started this past Saturday.

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    connecting threads has a free one just go to their freebies link

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    I like the idea for myself!

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    Wonderful idea for my husband. thank you

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