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  1. Darling little girls! I love the soft pillowcases you made for them. If you ever want to try a different (and modest) take on a pillowcase nightgown, I put together a tutorial for Sew Mama Sew last summer. 🙂

  2. What cute p.j.’s for adorable little girls. I can’t get over how tall they are…esp. Norah!
    Love the fabric and pattern….I might have to try it for my girls as well.

  3. So cute, Hannah. If you ever wanted to add in a 4th while you’re at it… Savannah is pretty close to the same size! 🙂 You’re so inspirational.

  4. Can you please tell me if you stretch the elastic while sewing it on the bodice and if you are using non stretch lace do you put in a button closure in the back for easier slip on and off?
    Thanks so much!

  5. These are so beautiful! I love the wider lace, but was wondering if it was harder for them to pull them over their sweet little heads? I also have a set of 3 girls. Thank you! 😀

  6. Good question. I actually made them a little loose and the fabric did give a bit. They were fine. Very comfortable for about a year of wear. They are a bit tight now but can still wear them.

  7. Hi Hannah!
    These are absolutely adorable! Do you have directions somewhere? Obviously you take out the end seam. It looks as though there is some gathering going on. (I’m a beginner sewer) Do you pin first? Does it matter if you sew the pillow case to top or bottom of lace? Sorry so many questions…PLease keep sharing your ideas!

  8. My granddaughter Ava Grace Sibley (3years old) wanted to come to your house and wear her nightgown and have a picture with your 3 girls. I know they are much older now. I told her that I would write you since you live so far away

  9. I just came across my saved pinterest on for this adorable dress/ nightgown. I saved it years ago for my oldest, but never got to it. I think I’ll get to have big sister make this for little sister now!

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