Added May 23, 2008
I altered one pattern to make both of these. The white one I sewed up the front so it had a little v neck. It is for a toddler so I didn’t want anything difficult for her to use. I also lengthened it in the hope that it can also double as a nightie, if it is long enough. She has a matching pair of long pants but I didn’t get a pic of those.
The yellow hooded shirt was made for my 6yr old. She is taller (though a very slender build) so I just lengthened the pattern a little in both the sleeves and body of the shirt.
I added in a hood for fun. Hopefully it will fit her nicely (she is asleep now).
white – cartoon pony flannelette
yellow – soft yellow knit (came as a tube?)
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