Thanks so much for this pattern. Boys' green plain fleece dressing gown. You can subscribe to the weekly email list here: Thank you for the pattern it looks adorable on my 1 year old grandson.
Does anyone have a guess-timate for how much fabric the different sizes use? I have will be making one in every size…. Did anyone else have this problem? This robe is so cute — especially on your adorable son! Am I just missing it somewhere? I am loving this robe! They will love it! Thank you so much for this lovely pattern! I also interfaced the band. There is one error in your directions;. You can continue topstitching around the rest of the belt if desired. Your forget to say to sew the two belt pieces together at the short end and then to sew around the three edges.
Otherwise the belt is to short. Thank you for the pattern it looks adorable on my 1 year old grandson. All he needs is a sippy cup of milk and a newspaper and he looks like a mini of his dad. Thanks so much Melissa, I made a robe for each of my 3 kids a couple of weeks ago as the ones they had were a few years overdue to be replaced as they were far too small.
I hope you have a lovely Christmas! Do you have a pattern or dimensions or a description of the shape for the hood you made? I just made one of these out of a soft fleece for a 2 year old, and he Loves it! Thanks for the great pattern. I ran into one small problem: Thanks again for the free pattern…. I love this free pattern, but I am wondering how I can use it to make a robe for my 15 year old son? I am posting with my findings for the amount of fabric I needed for this project.
For all the back, fronts, and sleeves, I needed 1. I would also recommend getting 1. In fact, I would recommend making the belt a bit longer.
I really recommend measuring if you can. For a tiny 3. Thanks for the pattern. I made a shorter version for my son and he is now the best looking Ninja on the block. Thanks so much for sharing this! My daughter is very happy! Now to make another for her sister…. Discovered this via a Pinterest link yesterday. Is there any way i can get access to this pattern please?
Thanks so much for this pattern. I have looked in several shops in the last couple of weeks for a robe for my grandson, but apparently only little girls in Perth Western Australia get cold on winter nights — not little boys. Hi — just cut the pattern out for the robe. I will make the 18month size and she can put it away. Only thing is I have never made clothes before — so I hope this is pretty easy. I just subscribed and downloaded the pattern to this amazing robe, thank you for sharing the pattern with us all.
I am very excited to make one for each of my beans and in different sizes. Thank you to the more experienced readers that have tried it and given suggestions, it is helpful to novices like me. I am going to LOVE your blog. Thanks very much for making this pattern available for us. You are so thoughtful! Thanks for the free pattern; however, I cannot find the link. I have a question on the robe. Thank you for sharing this pattern!!! Just spent the morning making this Robe for my 3 year Granddaughter for Christmas.
I used Fleece and it was easy to sew and came out beautiful!! I just made 2 of these simultaneously, one for my 5 yo girl and the other for my 2yo boy! Thank you so much for the great pattern! When put on a hanger, the smaller size with soft sleeves looks as though the sleeves are put on back to front, i.
I thought the pattern for the sleeves had no back or front but was I mistaken? Any thoughts or advice would be muuuuuuch appreciated, as I want to make a summer version too! They love snuggling in them and playing with their toys in the morning all snuggly and warm in their fleece dresing gowns.
I love this pattern, I made two of these for my kids for Christmas! I just wanted to let other crafters know there is a simpler way to put on the band. I found that if you fold the band in half lengthwise and then sew entirely along one raw and turn it, then surge inner edge right sides together along the front of the robe it will allow for a completely finished edge and it is much faster.
It is a beautiful robe, thanks for the tutorial. I used wide bias tape for the trim. I just finished making 4 of these robes for my daughter and 3 cousins for Christmas! They turn out super cute. I used directional flannel prints and it took me about 1.
I feel like a sewing rockstar after getting these all done! Thanks for the free pattern and great directions! Thank you for this pattern. This comes definitly to my list to-sew. Sometimes its easier to sew than to search a cute robe. Your little model is absolutely adorable! Thanks so much for your generosity. I was needing a pattern with the crossed material for my grand-daughters Halloween costume and shortening this robe to a shorter shirt length should work perfect. When all is said and done I just might make her a robe also.
I have just written on my blog about this lovely pattern! This would be a great project for beginners. Thanks for sharing the free pattern! I linked to this post from my blog, you can see it here: Thank you for the easy and fun pattern. I used it to make a Santa robe for my 7 yr old to use for a Polar Express ride.
Would love to share th pic. Thank you for offering this free pattern and great tutorial. I made one for my granddaughter. I added a hood, and sewed the belt into the sides of the robe.
I love the pattern and I have made it for my grandson for Christmas. Please let me know. I made them out of fleece for those cold winter nights. The directions were great and easy to understand for an advance novice sewer. I love that you have boy patterns, they are so hard to find.
O my goodness, Melly is my new best friend. So quick and easy. Thank you, thank you. Your email address will not be published. This is my original work unless otherwise indicated. If you are writing a round up and want to use a photograph from this blog, you may use only one photo, do not remove the watermark, provide a clear and easily seen link back to the post near the image and give clear and easily seen photo credit.
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