Two Hours = 2 pairs of PJ pants.
Ann decided we should sew pajamas! And she started on Wednesday night. That, I cannot imagine- I was shopping in a craft store for centerpiece doo-dads on Wednesday night. We hosted 14 friends and family on Thanksgiving day. I pushed all the living room furniture out of the way and set up 2 long tables end-to-end. The table cloth was made from upholstery fabric. And my doo-dads? Can you believe I paid $4.99 for a bag of pinecones? I am a little embarrassed about that, but it was dark outside! How could I go foraging for pine cones in the dark? It looked pretty, though. Anyway, suffice to say- I had a very busy 36 hours that ended last night at 10pm. It was pretty wonderful, actually.
Back to my pajamas, I was glad to have a nudge from Ann to get these pajamas sewn. These fabrics have been patiently waiting to become pajamas. The pink flowered pants in front are sewn with cotton I bought at Dongdaemun when I visited Seoul last February. The red-flowered pants are sewn with a Robert Kaufman cotton found on the remnant table (BeeBee calls it the Wall of Fabric) at G Street Fabrics.
I like a label in the back of my pants so I know which way to put them on. I made these little labels using scraps from a previous project (see this fabric here) and now I am in love with my PJ pants.
Tomorrow I will use the baby blue knit to sew pajama tops.
Which pattern will I use? To be determined.