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Thread: SNUGGIES

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    I know this is not quilts...but it is what I have been working on....everybody is getting a snuggie for Christmas and I made gift bags for all of them...the plan for that is for them to leave the bags for next year...but we will see.
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    Oh how cute -- I'm sure everyone will love them as much as I do!! But you might have problems getting them to leave the cute bags :lol: :lol:

    Where did you find the snuggie pattern?

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    Thanks, Joyce...I got the pattern from here..
    http://compendiumsearch.googlepages....gietypeblanket
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    Thanks so much for the pattern link -- and it's FREE! :D :D

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    They'll love these! I made a couple last year for my 2 youngest ones and they curl up on the couch with their snuggies wrapped around them. They look like a sausage!! :lol:

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    OH what a great idea! I bought one for my youngest daughter as she loves them when she sees them on TV.....I could made a better one..oh well! Great JOb on yours!

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    Very nice. They look nice and comfortable!!!

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    I bought one to give to DH for Christmas - like yours better. They look very warm.

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    What a great idea.

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    Wonderful looking gifts, with the bags! WOW!

    Thanks for sharing the link!

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    I love all of your snuggies!!! :D:D:D Your family are going to love them!!!

    Thank you for posting the pattern!!! This is much better than the one I posted!!! :D:D:D AND it has a child's size too!!!

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    Your Snuggies are truly wonderful!! :D I am so thrilled that you posted the pattern site, also. I can see many of us making them for next Christmas, if not earlier!!
    :D :D :D :D

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    Wonderful!

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    They are wonderful. Nice and warm.

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    Hey you could dress up some of those snuggies with my appliques. ;)
    I like the rag quilt on the back of the couch. :thumbup:

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    Ingenious :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Great job.

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    Great idea & thanks for the pattern link. Just wish I had time to make a few before Christmas!! May have to stay up late one night!!!

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    Such a great gift idea! Thank you for the link. I love the ones you did.

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    Thank You All.......they really don't take long to make....if you have a Hancock's in your area..wait for them to put fleece on sale...I got mine for $3.99 a yard.
    I looked at a few other sites before I saw this one..it is my fav because you have a pattern for the armhole...and the child size pattern too.
    Thanks Again,
    bopeep

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    How do I get on your Christmas list? they are wonderful

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    I downloaded the pattern, and now these are on my "2-do" list...at the top. They will be ready before the end of winter. Thanks so much for including the website.

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    Thanks so much for the pattern..I just bought one for my 40+ son.......he works outdoors a lot and mentioned one time that a snuggle would really be comfy when he got home on a cold night....maybe this winter, he will now get another one.

    Thanks again...MaryJane

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    I made one for a friend and sent it off last week; wish I'd taken a picture first. But mine was even simpler than that! I figured my friend is about 5'6" tall so I bought 9 feet of fleece, figuring from the shoulders to the floor would be about 4'6". Folded it in half, cut a slit big enough to get her head through, bound the opening with bias tape. Then I stitched up the sides, starting at the bottom, left a large enough opening for her arms and that was it!

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    Oh my how smart you were everyone will love them I am looking and think I would love to make some for grandkids for next year.
    Dar

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