There are things I could be sewing for Christmas, but I really just want to make pajamas.
First up, Lizzy House’s ducks from Red Letter Day. I figured I’d been hoarding them long enough. The contrast fabric is a Michael Miller Garden Pindot.
And another set, made from Irving Street flannel and a Moda pindot.
I found the t-shirts at Old Navy and bought a bunch last week while everything was buy one, get one 75% off. They’re sueded cotton and soft as a baby’s bum.
The flannel pants are 3Ts, same as her holiday pjs – they’re definitely too long (which is why she’s hiking them up in the photos). So I went back to 2Ts on the ducks.
Sorry for all my tag photos. But here’s another tag photo.
These pjs are a little bit addictive – suddenly I want to turn every piece of fabric I own into pajama bottoms. They’re so simple to make, and take just over 1/2 yard for the main fabric and then a few scraps for the shirt. It’s a project easily completed in one evening…especially when you’re on your third pair in a row and aren’t consulting the directions anymore.
And the houses that didn’t make the cut for the shirt ended up on the felt board. She says they’re cat garages. Obviously.