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  1. If you are willing to make another one, I would be willing to pay for one for my grandson. Let me know, Thanks Angie…

  2. I have a Brother PE770 Embroidery machine that I used for the patch. If you don't have an embroidery machine, I'm guessing you could probably hit up someone to do it for you. 🙂 I couldn't find a patch on Amazon (I LOVE iron on patches because they're less time consuming than embroidering).

  3. I will definitely buy this from you if you are willing to sell it! My son wears a 5T and wants to be Ryder! With baby #2 on the way, I can't even think of sewing!

  4. This turned out so adorable! I am going to attempt to make one for my 3 year old son (we also live in MD!) Question… did you use fleece or felt? You stated fleece, but when I nspect the pictures, it sure looks more like felt. I am aiming to make this soon, so please let me know! Thanks!

  5. your son is 3 but you made the 5T size — i'm wondering if you think that the vest runs on the small side — hate to make it for my grandson and find out it's too small!


    • My son is big for his age (something like 95% for height) so he was probably in 4T at the time. I went a size up because I wanted it to last longer. 🙂 I recommend doing one size up just because these are awesome and he'll be able to wear it longer, but that's just me.

  6. Thank you so much for this post! I am a novice sewer at best but found this easy to accomplish. The only thing I found difficult was sewing the zipper into the collar. My son loves it and cannot wait for Halloween!

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