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Friday, March 25, 2016

A New Pair of Pajamas!

I made another pair of pajama pants and put a matching pocket on a store bought T-shirt to make a set!  Once again, I used the Margot pajama pant pattern from Tilly's book.  (Just in case you're curious, the book does have other things in it, not just a pajama pant pattern.)

I cut these out when I cut out my Loopy Academy pants (as well as a third pair), but they all need different colors of thread.  This pair used the same gray serger thread that I'll use on the third pair, so I won't have to rethread the serger, but the machine will need to be rethreaded in a different color.  If I didn't have to change thread colors, I would sew them assembly line style and have them all done at once.

After I get the third pair finished (hopefully this weekend), I want to get back on my Loopy Academy sewing.  I've got a table runner and a pin cushion to make.  I'm knitting on my third project for the knitting version, so I'm doing well timewise there.  We have until the end of May to finish, but I want to have a little extra time at the end, unlike last semester, where I was sewing the last week before the deadline.

Have a great weekend!



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very classy and spa-like!

9:53 AM  

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