Monday, May 31, 2010

Something for Him, Something for Her

It's been almost 6 months since I made my GS a pair of PJs so I whipped these up last night, they are my old standbys Butterick 3042.

I've had this fabric for at least 15 years, it's very light weight perfect for summer PJs.
My DD requested this after trying one on in Wal-Mart that didn't have pockets. I think that was just her excuse to have me make it. I have bolts of this fabric from my Wal-Mart stash, I think it was .97/yd. The pattern is McCalls 6083, view A. Don't look to closely I did a terrible job on matching the plaids but she likes it anyway.


I did cut out another top for myself, it's another version of McCalls 6031, in a pale yellow. I don't think it will make the Memorial Day sewing marathon but I can't complain I got a lot done this weekend.
I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend.

7 comments:

Julia said...

Great jammies and sun dress!

gwensews said...

That's a grandma for you--spoiling the children! cute pjs and sundress.

Sheila said...

Cute pjs and love the sun dress.

Susan said...

I love the jammies and the sun dress!

Tanya said...

I made my DD a short jumpsuit not a sundress, its really cute on her but she didn't feel like modeling.

Karin van D. said...

Great pajamas. Children in pajamas always look extra cute, don't you think? :-)

stringsofpurls said...

Love the PJ's! I used to make PJ's for my boys when they were little. The sundress is so pretty! Love the fabric! Thanks for visiting!