This project has been requested, made and gifted away. It's a 100% cotton plaid nightgown and it's the essence of coziness.
I actually wouldn't mind a longer version for myself but I don't think there is enough left over fabric. But I digress...
It's made with McCall's 2476, a pattern that I would highly recommend for beginners or anyone looking for a quick make. The fabric is a 100% cotton shirting fabric, more lightweight than a cotton flannel but still soft. It was pretreated with a tumble in the washing machine, dryer and followed by a steam pressing before hitting the cutting table.
I don't know what else to say besides the pattern is well drafted and came together perfectly. The only alterations were to shorten the sleeve length.
Fabric: 4 metres
Interfacing: 0.6 metres
Pattern: McCall's 2476
Additional Tools & Supplies: Cutting table, pins, pin cushion, scissors, tailor's chalk, measuring tape, measuring gauge, thread clippers, screw driver, sewing machine, walking foot, sewing machine needle, serger, threads, iron, ironing board and a coffee break or two.
Edit: I made a second nightgown with the same fabric, also to be gifted. There was enough leftover yardage to make a second version. Only one change, the sleeves were shortened by an additional half inch as requested by the wearer.