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Monday, March 14, 2016

Loopy Academy, Sewing Edition, Project One

I've completed my first project for this semester's Sewing Edition of Loopy Academy.  The project is for pajama pants.  Naturally, I used the Margot Pajamas (Pyjamas?) from Love at First Stitch again.  This is the third pair of pajama pants I've made with this pattern, but the pattern fits, so why mess with what works, right?  I found the t-shirt after I bought the fabric for the pants, and since I like things matchy matchy, I decided to add a pocket to it.  I mostly winged it, but there are tutorials online for adding pockets to t-shirts.  I didn't add a bow to the front of these (after the first pair was attacked by Max in the middle of the night, I've skipped the drawstring too and just gone with elastic), but I did put a little tag of twill tape in the back, kind of like a locker loop, so I can tell the front from the back.

I love the giant flowers all over this fabric, and I think it makes fun pajama pants!  Also, I think I should let you know, both legs are the same length, Fifi's "foot" is making one look shorter.  They match. 

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Blogger Sheri said...

Perfect! Love the "matchy matchy!"

9:42 AM  

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