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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

More Pajama Pants!

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I made another pair of Margot pajama pants over the weekend!  This was another piece of fabric I had in my stash that I loved, but it had no real purpose.  The print is river rocks, but they’re kind of a taupe color with blue and purple accents.  (Maybe they’re river rocks on another planet?)  This time around I skipped the drawstring entirely and just did an elastic waist.  I did add a tiny bow to the front so I can tell the difference between the front and the back when I’m putting them on.  (Unfortunately, this is more of a problem for me than I care to admit.  Getting dressed is tough sometimes.)  Tiny bows are not distracting to Max and he didn’t wake me up last night by attacking my pajamas.
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I think I’m out of pajama fabrics in the stash right now, but I definitely want to make some of these in flannel for this fall and winter.  The pattern is super easy and they fit really nicely.  Honestly, I’m thinking about making a pair in linen as real pants, not pajamas!  The pattern comes from this book if you’re curious.

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OpenID meezermeowmy said...

Great job!

Flannel jammies are great, unless you use flannel sheets. Flannel jammies + flannel sheets = flannel board! You are not moving at all! (Voice of experience, here. I "stuck" my husband down the first night we tried flannel sheets with his winter jammies.)

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OpenID wonkydonkey said...

... I bought the book. :) You're a great enabler! I only have one pair of jammie pants and need more; it was a good excuse to get the book because it also has the super cute dresses and such!

2:16 PM  

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