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Sadie Grace Nightgown (sizes 6months - 8 years)

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Author Seamingly Smitten
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by Hartzog, DeeDee
on November 26th, 2013

“This pattern was so easy to read and understand. It was easy to make and I also made the neck opening larger. I have twin grand daughters and I made them both one and they want more!!! Guess I will make one for each Holiday for them and they will love it. I suggest for anyone looking for a night gown pattern, this would be great to get.”

Do you want to sew a sweet and simple nightgown for your little girl? Do you want it to be classic in style and comfortable too? Then the Sadie Grace Nightgown pattern is for you!

This sewing pattern will help you sew a long sleeved nightgown with or without a tie on the front. The raglan sleeves make this nightgown quick to create and there is no gathering and insetting of the sleeves. Simply pin and sew!

With a bias tape enclosed neckline you can even add a pop of coordinating color as the neckline trim. If you are a beginner you can finish the neckline without using bias tape. This sewing pattern is for every level of sewing!

**Full size pattern pieces are included. They are color-coded and computer drawn. All sizes 6 months – 8 years are included in this pattern.

This sewing pattern features 41 clear photo illustrations and detailed, tutorial style instructions to help you create your very own Sadie Grace Nightgown.

There are also several HINTS throughout the pattern so you can learn extra techniques as you go.


Start sewing today!

ALL SIZES are included in this pattern - 6 months - 8 years.
*Nightgowns make great holiday gifts!
*long sleeved nightgown
*easy to sew raglan sleeves
*no gathering or insetting the sleeves
*bias tape enclosed neckline (optional bias tape)
*tie closure (optional)
*all sizes come in this pattern - sizes 3 months - 8 years
*Reprint the pattern pieces anytime in any size!
*Step-by-step directions
*Clear pictures of each step
*Easy to understand directions
*No enlarging necessary
*NO SERGER needed
*Easy enough for a BEGINNER!

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You will need: 1 yard – 1 and 1/2 yard fabric depending on the size

Notions: one package of extra wide double folded bias tape, scissors, pins, coordinating thread, iron, sewing machine

by Hartzog, DeeDee
on November 26th, 2013

This pattern was so easy to read and understand. It was easy to make and I also made the neck opening larger. I have twin grand daughters and I made them both one and they want more!!! Guess I will make one for each Holiday for them and they will love it. I suggest for anyone looking for a night gown pattern, this would be great to get.

by M. Freeman Pearse
on November 11th, 2013

Just love this pattern. Easy to sew and looks great. You can shorten it to make a roomy pj top and add some pants if you choose. Excellent.

by Heller, Cynthia
on September 15th, 2013

My granddaughter loved the nightgown and looked so cute in it. I did make the neck larger because of prior reviews. I also made it out of flannel and it is cozy as well as cute. I plan to use the pattern again and again for my grandchildren because it is easy to make.

by M. Clausen
on January 3rd, 2013

Although this is an easy pattern, the head opening is just too small. I had to make the V much longer. I found this out after I had made the nightgown as a gift for my granddaughter.

by Davis, Casey
on January 3rd, 2013

This pattern was easy to read and came together nicely. My daughter loves the pj's!

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