Thursday, September 22, 2011

~Flannel Jammies~

With cool weather here, warm jammies are a necessity! And since my daughter is potty trained now, the zip-up pajamas just don't work very well any longer. I used some flannel I've had forever, in fact my mom got it when I was a teenager to make a flannel jumper for herself. It's my guess that she's glad now that that jumper never happened. ;-) Anyhow, for some reason I've always regarded this flannel as too good to use for pajamas, because it was originally intended for outerwear. But I really needed something warm for my daughter so I decided to use it!



I used Butterick B4910, view B. I made size 3 but had to shorten the legs by 5" and the arms by about 3". But I needed the torso width and length, so it worked out. I decided to try my best to get the plaid to match up, but not to fret over it. So it did take a little extra time, and I'm pleased that the plaid matches as well as it does. Flannel shifts around and the plaid was wonky in places.

I love it when I have all the materials on hand for a project. I had every thing I needed to sew these pajamas! Pattern, fabric, and all notions!

4 comments:

Joyce's Ramblings said...

You did such a beautiful job on the pjs. Plaid match is so great. Congrats!

Susan said...

So cute! I've never worked with plaids - too intimidating - but you did great. Can't believe Baby is potty trained already! :)

Becky said...

They look comfy :)

Cherish said...

You make lots of cute things! If you're into sharing your stuff on linky parties, my sister does one each week at http://polkadotsonparade.blogspot.com/