The pattern is McCall's 4643, toddler pajamas and robe. I made a size 4 with no changes. I was hoping it would be too big so it would last for awhile, but it isn't really.
The robe has a hood and bound front edges and sleeve hems. The instructions suggest using purchased bias binding, but I made my own from a red plaid print that I had. I did everything besides the bottom hem on the serger.
I also cut the tie from the red print rather than from the fleece. The thought of turning and topstitching a fleece tie was not at all appealing to me. The tie is attached at CB.
I'm glad I didn't invest a great deal in this because this robe did not get a second look after he opened the box. I don't think he even pulled it out of the box, actually. His response went something like, "Oh. It's clothes. Can I open the next present?" It was pretty funny. However, his younger sister had a great time with the robe - she wore it by the hood only, like a cape and ran around pretending she was a superhero.
But, if you were a four-year-old boy and your other presents looked like this:
would you give a robe a second look? I probably wouldn't. I'm just hoping it cuts down on some of the post-bath streaking that goes on here.