Monday, July 09, 2012

PJ's for for the Flute Player

So, church youth camp is coming up next week and The Flute Player did not have suitable PJ's.  I got the note-printed knit from one of Ann's significant sales, and used my modified Loes Hinse City Dress pattern for the top and the good' ol' Burda No-Side-Seam pants for the britches and...happy musical daughter.  The only fly in the ointment was that she has grown more than I realized and the pants are very nearly too snug.

But they'll do.

Incidentally, I cut out a second pair of the Burda pants in my size; PJ bottoms for me, from what was left of the note fabric too.  Working on a fuschia tank top for the top...literally made from scraps...to go with 'em.  I'm going to camp next week, too, although it's not the same one.

I put different colored ribbons in the backs of the pants so we can not only tell the front from the back easily, but tell whose is whose...

5 comments:

  1. Love your fabric! I hope you both have fun at your respective camps next week.

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  2. I have a thing about music inspired paraphernalia since I play the piano and saxophone but I have never seen musical fabric like this.

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    1. I know, Janine! It immediately yelled 'PJ pants!' at me through my browser window the first time I saw it... ;-)

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  3. Returning from camp, I can attest that that note fabric made wonderfully comfy pj pants! ;-)

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