Here's a nightgown, Kwik Sew #3034, my most recent addition to Chloe's closet. Chloe loves nightgowns. I used a pink knit fabric, white stretch elastic for neck and arm bindings, and a roly poly elephant applique (Juju Designs) machine embroidered onto the front using bits and pieces from my fabric stash. I especially like children's Kwik Sew patterns which I find easy to work with and make adjustments to. Their range of styles are very limited, very basic; but that's what I'm looking for in children's clothing. Chloe happens to be petite in body size, but long. This pattern was cut according to her unique measurements (1T body size, 3T length). Most all patterns come in a multi-size format, and I always copy my pattern pieces onto tracing paper, making the adjustments as I go. It's extra work but allows me to keep the original pattern intact for future projects. I am finally, finally making good use of the machine embroidery unit that is part of my sewing machine (Bernina 830 Series), as well as the serger (Husklock 936), both of which I have had for a while now. I love my serger which provides perfect finished seams; great for wash and wear, quick and easy to use. See the machine embroidery applique detail on this little nightie? This was fun to do. My next sewing projects will include sundresses for Jaden, and for Chloe and her new baby sister, Natalie. My sis would like me to sew something for her granddaughter, Morgan. Measurements; I need measurements! And then it'll be back to struggling to create a wearable, artsy wardrobe for me, me, me.