Sewing pattern testers wtd - Large - draft pattern emailed

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Post by Ashtons mummy » Mon Nov 02, 2009 8:08 pm

Hi leanne, happy to sew up and test of both kidlets :)

1. Your sewing skills (beginner, moderate, experienced) MODERATE
2. The approximate ages of the child(ren) that you have access to for trying on the completed pocket big 2.5 year old and ave sized 14 month old
3. Can you provide photos, sizing details and permission for me to use them? NO PROBLEM
4. Are you able to meet the short testing deadline? NOT A PROB:)
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Post by Dunners » Thu Nov 05, 2009 10:58 am

Thanks for such an overwhelming response :shock: Apologies in advance that I won't be using you all.

I'm not ready to send out the PDF yet (been busy with co-op stuff so haven't had a chance to work on it).

Could everyone please go back to their post and edit in whether they would intend to use it as a night nappy or a day time nappy or either/both? It is generously sized for nights and I would like feedback about its use during the day as well.

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Post by Noisybabe007 » Thu Nov 05, 2009 12:02 pm

Your sewing skills (beginner, moderate, experienced) VERY beginner - made my first nappy this week!
2. The approximate ages of the child(ren) that you have access to for trying on the completed pocket - 6.5 mths, and about 7.5kg... average size, skinny legs
3. Can you provide photos, sizing details and permission for me to use them? Yes
4. Are you able to meet the short testing deadline? Yes, should be able to!

Intending to use mostly for day, but would try at night too - Little Miss is cloth butt 24/7 usually, and quite a heavy wetter.
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Post by Kaz » Thu Nov 05, 2009 12:31 pm

instead of sewing I could test one of yours :wink:
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Post by Dunners » Thu Nov 05, 2009 2:58 pm

:lol: Kaz, you reckon it will fit you? ;) :lol:
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Post by Kaz » Thu Nov 05, 2009 3:09 pm

:lol: Yup cos I've got a teeny tiny bottom, I'm Oh so petite!

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Post by JandC » Thu Nov 05, 2009 5:39 pm

Is it too late for me to do the small (version 1) pattern? I'm going to have some free time next week so thought I would dedicate it to this now i've got all the birthday party favours out of the way.
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Post by krisha » Wed Nov 11, 2009 10:45 am

Happy to be a tester like the small one if someone is able to make it for us
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Lucas is 11kgs at 24mths old, have no problem with providing sizing details, photos etc..

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Post by Mumof4girls » Wed Nov 11, 2009 10:52 am

Hi Leanne,thought I could maybe do this one since I couldnt do the small.
1. Your sewing skills (beginner, moderate, experienced) so so beginner
2. The approximate ages of the child(ren) that you have access to for trying on the completed pocket.2years and 3 years
3. Can you provide photos, sizing details and permission for me to use them? sure can!
4. Are you able to meet the short testing deadline?Yes

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Post by mattsgirl1996 » Wed Nov 11, 2009 11:01 am

mumof3girls wrote:Hi Leanne,thought I could maybe do this one since I couldnt do the small.
1. Your sewing skills (beginner, moderate, experienced) so so beginner
2. The approximate ages of the child(ren) that you have access to for trying on the completed pocket.2years and 3 years
3. Can you provide photos, sizing details and permission for me to use them? sure can!
4. Are you able to meet the short testing deadline?Yes


hehe you could try on my child lol
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Post by Mumof4girls » Wed Nov 11, 2009 11:07 am

mattsgirl1996 wrote:
mumof3girls wrote:Hi Leanne,thought I could maybe do this one since I couldnt do the small.
1. Your sewing skills (beginner, moderate, experienced) so so beginner
2. The approximate ages of the child(ren) that you have access to for trying on the completed pocket.2years and 3 years
3. Can you provide photos, sizing details and permission for me to use them? sure can!
4. Are you able to meet the short testing deadline?Yes


hehe you could try on my child lol


Lol yup hes my 2 year old! :wink: :lol: and I also thought I could use Bailey(Jos wee man) :D

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Post by Pippy-long-stockings » Thu Nov 12, 2009 4:14 pm

mumof3girls wrote:
mattsgirl1996 wrote:
mumof3girls wrote:Hi Leanne,thought I could maybe do this one since I couldnt do the small.
1. Your sewing skills (beginner, moderate, experienced) so so beginner
2. The approximate ages of the child(ren) that you have access to for trying on the completed pocket.2years and 3 years
3. Can you provide photos, sizing details and permission for me to use them? sure can!
4. Are you able to meet the short testing deadline?Yes


hehe you could try on my child lol


Lol yup hes my 2 year old! :wink: :lol: and I also thought I could use Bailey(Jos wee man) :D


Sure can:)
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Post by Dunners » Sun Nov 15, 2009 1:21 pm

Hi ladies,

Nearly all done here, hoping it will be ready to email out Tuesday (just need to do a test print but do not have a printer at home :roll: )

I'd like the new testing deadline for this to be Wednesday 25th November if I can get enough people to commit to such a short deadline.

If you are still interested in sewing up this tester pattern, AND can commit to this new deadline please send me an email (email button below is active).

I'm very grateful for all your offers, please don't be offended if I don't end up using you :oops:

Thank you!
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Post by Dunners » Tue Nov 17, 2009 7:58 pm

Thank you!

Those whom emailed me should have the pattern sitting in their In email box...

Enjoy!
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Post by snugglebumz » Wed Nov 18, 2009 9:26 am

made, Daikini will have it to try on her boys first
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