The weekend before last, my oldest daughter was complaining that she was out of PJ pants (or rather me telling her to put some ON and just run around in a T-shirt-now that she’s almost a teenager!- that triggered the response)
So I told her Saturday that we’d have a sewing day.
She’s really NOT into sewing, but I had her pick out fabrics for Pajama pants with an accent ruffle fabric and I already had a pattern I hadn’t tried yet, so I put her to work ironing the two fabrics and showed her how to trace on swedish tracing paper, meanwhile I told her that if she sewed the pants I’d make a matching top!
She used my old janome and zigzagged the edges and did the pant seams on both legs, then after that she stopped! oh well
So all last week I was working HARD finishing up her PJs and they are now done and I think they turned out cute!
The pattern is by indigo junction and it’s from 4-12 and both for boys and girls.
Here’s the top by itself- notice I added a label/tag to the neck
I added a pocket and buttons and button holes (took me a while to remember how to do it and then do it on my new machine)
fabrics are from connecting threads
Here she is wearing it
I know you want some Anja pics too. I got her in the Johnny jump up for the first time (Jenny jump up for girls)
she just liked to chew on the edge