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Pajama Collection

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I haven’t posted much this week…  I’ve been working on a few different things:  a new pajama collection for my daughter and have been trying to work out the kinks on a new tutorial.  (Hopefully I will have the tutorial ready to go Monday night.)

I also have not been getting enough sleep which severely affects my motivation levels…  I really need a good 8 hours of sleep to feel good. (and happy.)  I have to be up at 6:30 am, but it is really hard to force myself to go to bed at 10 pm.  I seem to catch my 2nd wind around that time and then can be up for another couple of hours, even though I know I will feel miserable the next day.  It all comes down to self discipline and I just don’t seem to have a lot of that! (When tired, I also loose my ability to proof read, hence my need to go back and edit the same post at least 10 times for typos and grammatical errors!!)

Here is what I have completed so far:

If you would like to make a similar nightgown, you can use my free peasant dress pattern found here.

I have some interlock cotton in a floral print, I will probably use it to make one more lighter weight nightgown from from this pattern.

I made this little top and short set using the Sienna dress and the perfect Short Patterns from Lil Blue Boo.  She had a back to school sale a while back and I scooped up a couple of patterns.  The fabric is some t-shirt knit I picked up on sale at Fabric.com  I have enough fabric left over so I think I will make a pair of pajama pants with the short pattern.  I love how they fit.  They have a great waistband, no elastic needed.

Here are the shorts up close:

I started these pajama bottoms last winter using Simplicity 2677, but never finished them.  I added a ruffle to extend the lenght a little bit and they fit just fine.  I made the shirt using one of my old maternity t-shirts and the Lil Blue Boo Sienna pattern again.  I used all of the butterfly flannel fabric to make the ruffle, which is a shame because the t-shirt would have been so cute with a couple of yellow butterflies appliqued to the front.

Next on my list is some pajama bottoms for my son.  I have 5 one yard cuts of some really cute-for-boys flannel.  I just hope 1 yard is enough for a pair of pants.  So far I have only made shorts for him, otherwise I will have to get creative…  After I finish the pajama project, I will be moving on to some fall/Halloween projects.

I will be linking up to some of the fabulous linky parties listed here.  Check ’em out if you have a chance!

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  1. Debs Dealz says:

    Too cute! Hi there, Debs Dealz stopping in as your newest follower from the Tickled Pink Friday Hop! Please stop over and visit me back and return the follow! Also, we host daily blog hops, stop in and link up to some!

    Thanks, Deb

  2. these are too cute, the colours and the pattern combos are just perfect. Love it 🙂
    thanks for sharing this!
    Have a good week 🙂

  3. Oh my goodness, these are so cute! My daughter would go crazy for the strawberry shortcake pajamas! So glad you shared this at Show & Share!

  4. Beautiful collection! I love the butterfly fabric!
    Visiting via Momma's Kinda Crafty
    Heather @NoBusinessLikeSewBusiness

  5. They look awesome! I really like the long sleeve night gown. 🙂

  6. Wow, these are so adorable, I wish I had the patience to create some pj's for my son!

  7. Love these jammies. I think they all turned out well. I've heard good things about the Leila & Ben peasant pattern.

  8. These look great! SO cozy!

  9. Lindsay(PACountryCrafts) says:

    Cute! I want that Strawberry Shortcake fabric!!!

  10. Just Jaime says:

    Great job! Love the variety!

  11. I just bought a similar pattern by Simplicity. I'd like to have them done for Christmas.

  12. TheAccidentalCrafter says:

    You've sure been busy with all that sewing. I've never sewn a peasant dress before, though I do own a couple of patterns of that style. Maybe I should use it and sew little miss one.

  13. just jayma says:

    When I contacted Simplicity about that same pattern in larger sizes, they suggest 2377, here: http://www.simplicity.com/p-5098-childs-dresses.aspx And it is very similar.

    Another peasant dress pattern that I've tried and actually really like is the Sweet Little Dress, now is sizes 6-10. This is a very quick sew…well worth the pattern price, IMO. It is here: http://leilaandben.com/sweetdress.htm

    Love the jammies you have made, I'm going to try the Sienna pattern for some tops for my daughter!

  14. shopannies says:

    love them look perfect to cozy up in the fall