That's the only way to describe the dressing gowns that I made for the girls--very warm and very snuggly.
I used the same pattern for both, Simplicity 1946, and it was very simple and straight forward.
Working with fabric this thick wasn't easy. Because of the weight of the fabric, and in an attempt to reduce bulk, I tried different methods for sewing the seams . And, because of the thickness, a walking foot was essential throughout.
The finished garments turned out just fine. They are comfortable, and I suspect that they'll be very durable. I don't think that I'll be sewing with bath towels any time soon, though. Once (or in this case, twice) was enough.