Sweet Dreams in a Sleep Sack

Goober Peas Designs ( https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/GooberPeaDesigns) has just released two sleep sack patterns: Starlight, and Starbright. I was privileged to be one of the testers, and these are great, versatile patterns that are quick and easy to sew.

Starbright is a scoop neck sack, with snaps at the shoulders.  There is an option to add a snap opening in the bottom section to make it easier to get on and off.  Designed to be sewn in a knit fabric, it can also be made in a woven, simply by making a larger size.

Starlight has a crossover bodice, also with snaps, and the option for a bottom opening.  The other main difference is that starlight has a gathered bottom section, making it a bit roomier.

The sacks pictured are size large, and are a great fit for my 18 month old grandson.  The pattern is designed for sizes ranging from newborn to approximately 4-5 years. The amazing thing about these two patterns is that you can mix and match to suit your personal taste and style.  The instructions are detailed and clear which will ensure success for all. If you want to ensure your little one stays cozy, give these a try!

Go to http://www.gooberpeadesigns.wordpress.com/shop to see more pics of these two sleep sacks.


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