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Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Kwik Sew 2433

I think I will do a one for me, one for baby sewing over the next few weeks. 
Here is my latest pattern:

Here is the first one I made
Pattern front:
KS 2433
Then I used my new KAM Snap press for all my snaps.
front snaps
then here is the cute little legs
I made another one but only took a picture via Instagram
instagram sleeper

The fabric came Needle Nook.
Pattern was very easy to put together but I did think it ran a bit big.  Or at least it looked big, in 8 weeks, I will see how it looks on my grandson.
Next something for me!


  1. Adorable! I have a friend who will have a baby soon - I think I'll take a look at this pattern :)

  2. Anonymous9:06 AM

    Very cute!! How do you like the KAM snap press?

    1. I really like the press. Took a bit to figure it all out but KAM has nice how-to videos at their site. I just labeled everything with the female and male.

  3. Too cute! I bet you can't wait to put your grandson in them and snuggle!

  4. Charming! It's hard to remember how tiny a baby is when you are so far away from them. g

  5. Sarah S12:57 PM

    What did you think of the binding instructions? I think I have this pattern and didn't like the way the binding came out.

    1. It left a bit to be desired for the binding part. I cut mine a bit longer, so I would have a bit more to tuck under.

  6. This was a go to pattern for the girls' babies. It does run big but Meghan liked that sice she cloth diapers. There's lots of butt room!

  7. I wondered when you were going to start with the baby clothes! Babies grow into their clothes so fast. It's an exciting time for your family.

  8. How cute! This is so sweet!

  9. So sweet! Brings back memories of sewing for my little guy.

  10. Anonymous4:13 PM

    Very nice little suits you made! I have used this pattern when my sister was having babies, and now that I am having babies. I made view C with the feet in it instead of ribbing on the bottom a couple of times. It wasn't the favorite of either of us, as it seems the type of sleeper that opens all the way down the front is handier. I also made view A a couple times, the basic onesie, and it is good except if I made it again would add some length in the body. As with so many rtw onesies, they always grow out of the length with plenty of room left width-wise. I have one right now made with this pattern, that needs to get packed away because it doesn't fit my little guy, unless I make one of those little rectangles with snaps at each end to snap onto it as an extension that I have only recently learned about. I look forward to see what else you make! Shauna (Sorry such a long comment!)