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|Author||My Magic Mom|
“I made this for my grandson who is having surgery in was super easy but most of all he LOVES them. I had to make 4 of is going to be nice to take something from home while he is in the hospital. Thank you for sharing this pattern !”
Being in the hospital is a scary thing for children. Being able to wear a hospital gown with a favorite character, color or pattern on it helps to ease the fear! Bring a smile to the face of a young child by sewing a one-of-a-kind hospital gown. Just imagine all the extra attention that will come their way when they wear a special hospital gown. Children having minor surgeries in outpatient settings love having a special gown to wear on the big day!
The gown design features snaps on the sleeves for the convenience of IV lines. Because the gown ties on the side, it keeps private areas concealed. This also helps ease some of the anxiety of being in the hospital. Coordinate colorful bias tape to add trim and tie the gown closed.
The finished hospital gown measures 27 inches from shoulder to hem and 19.5 inches from side to side. You can easily add additional length, if necessary. Fits children size 3-8.
This pattern requires:
-2.5 yards of cotton fabric
-1 package double fold bias tape or 3 yards of handmade bias tape
-6 sets of snaps or snap tape
-Old thread spool for setting snaps or a snap setter
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Child Hospital Gown Copyright 2010 by My Magic Mom. All rights reserved. Do not reproduce, share, sell or distribute any portion of this eBook in any form without permission from this author. The pattern is for personal, at-home use only. Individual garments can be made using this pattern for resale by an independent tailor. No mass production (more than 6 gowns) is permitted without prior consent from the author.
I made this for my grandson who is having surgery in was super easy but most of all he LOVES them. I had to make 4 of is going to be nice to take something from home while he is in the hospital. Thank you for sharing this pattern !
Made for my daughter when she had her tonsils out. It helped make her more comfortable, and getting loads of compliments from the staff helped a bit too ;)
My 3 year old niece has cystic fibrosis and is in the hospital to much. This pattern is amazing and very easy to follow. I have made several gowns and they all have been huge hits at the hospital. Thank you for this amazing pattern!