I am glad. I melded a McCall's unisex all-in-one sleep garment M6251 with Kwik Sew 3926 booties (see previous post), did some modifications to meet my daughter's requirements, serged on ribbed collar and cuffs (sold pre made for school uniforms) hammered in some snaps and there the thing was, hanging around my apartment like some crazy deflated clown.
Her boyfriend said no it's more like a teletubby.
The legs and arms of the pattern are extremely wide. I had to taper them down a lot to get them to a reasonable width for the booties and the wrist cuffs.
The back has a modified poo hatch, in two parts. The top part tucks into the pants back which is elasticized. DD got the idea from a onesie in Target. These things are - believe it or not- a current fad. But they didn't have feet.
I made denim soles (on request) and sewn-in polar fleece lining for the boots. DD wants me to tell you it's all her design, made by me. Clever, isn't she?
Happy Sewing xx Val
Edit. I have finally done a Pattern Review here and Marge it includes my tips about doing snaps on velour.