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Sorting the finances is always a big relief
Of course Asda also sell nightwear, but a quick look suggests only long T-shirt style nighties - mostly PJs (I know, nag, nag, nag!)
You really don't need a new pattern if you have one for a shorter nightie. You just keep cutting in the same direction, usually a bit flared over the hips, for as long as you want it to be. If you have a metal tape measure just use a pen to draw down the line on either side & remember that the hem will be curved. With a bit of imagination you can even use an old nightie that fits nicely as the pattern, just add a bit on for the seams.
KC - horray for sorting the finances - that is ALWAYS a good place to start when you need peace of mind!Thanks! Its definitely given me more peace of mind.As to nighties (I just don't get it - lol ) - thought you might consider a caftan as they are super easy to sew & if you are thinking cruise wear, can double as a cover-up on deck! Have a look at this page for the FB group - if I remember correctly there are some free (reputable) patterns online with the links posted by members of the group.
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