Friday, January 2, 2009

Pajamas

See, no more aprons today. The members of my family who didn't get an apron for Christmas, got pajamas.

The pattern is Simplicity 9871, and was a really easy pattern to use. I would even call it foolproof.


The pants were all made from repurposed sheets, of course. What else would I use ;-) For the tops, I bought a pack of Fruit of the Loom T-shirts and appliquéd initials or stuff to the front.


These were for my 9 year old niece.



My two youngest nephews got these. I love the monkey fabric. My youngest sister also got a similar pair of pants, and a red shirt to go with it, but I forgot to take a picture of hers. Somehow, none of little sister's stuff got photographed.



These were for my 14 year old niece. Well, she's not exactly my niece, she's sort of my sister's foster child, but I love her like she's my niece.



These were for my oldest nephew, he'll be 14 this month.


More crafty stuff later. Have a great day!

7 comments:

Amy said...

I would have loved to open some of these on Christmas. Maybe next year....

*hint*hint* ;)

Lisa said...

Those are SO CUTE. That's a great gift. I received some store bought pajama pants and absolutely love them...so being handmade would be all the better.

Jenn said...

Me too, I love the pink striped ones !

Tassie said...

what a great gift! love the monkey!

Willow said...

I love love love the monkeys! Actually, I am quite impressed by it all since I can't sew a straight line no matter how much I practice!

'tasha said...

Handmade pj's--personalized in some cases...that would make even Hugh Hefner jealous. You've got some lucky family.

Deanna said...

CUTE! Those scream etsy!