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Sleep sack for Ben - 9/30/2018 10:49:13 AM   
KarenVA


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I am using up some of my stash scraps--DD said she doesn't mind if Ben wears purple to bed!! LOL This is a scrap of sweatshirt fabric.




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RE: Sleep sack for Ben - 9/30/2018 11:25:43 AM   
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That's quite a "scrap"! Looks great.

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RE: Sleep sack for Ben - 9/30/2018 1:34:55 PM   
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So nice and just the thing to keep toes warm and toasty. Back in the stone age my boys wore nighties with drawstrings at the bottom to cinch them up for warmth. This seems to be an improvement with a zipper for access to diapers etc.

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RE: Sleep sack for Ben - 9/30/2018 2:33:24 PM   
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I like that color. Hope it's not too warm. I once bought a darling fleece suit for grandson #1 and he was so hot he was sweating and we didn't have another outfit along for him to change into!!

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RE: Sleep sack for Ben - 10/1/2018 11:42:35 AM   
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Cute! And isn't purple a gender neutral color? We have some very cold nights here
in central Illinois and a sleeper like this would be just the ticket. So warm and soft.

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RE: Sleep sack for Ben - 10/1/2018 12:16:05 PM   
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Love the color! Do those come in adult sizes .

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RE: Sleep sack for Ben - 10/1/2018 5:39:38 PM   
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Ha ha Modo, that was my first thought too!

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RE: Sleep sack for Ben - 10/2/2018 3:01:11 PM   
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Tall girls shop if you can find a zippered full length velour robe - - just have to install a bottom zipper and voila not only sleep sack but long sleeved covered shouldered one if you are 5'4 and shorter those long girls fit to 6' tall..... morning just peel off the robe or open bottom zipper to get to your slippers and hoist hem line to bathroom where normal length zippered house robe hanging..,


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