Sewing PJs

Unfortunately, I have broken my sewing machine again… I finished up a couple of big projects and decided to change the needle. Well, I didn’t tighten the screw enough, and the needle popped out and punched holes in my bobbin case. :/

Poor, perforated bobbin case.

Poor, perforated bobbin case.

So, I won’t be sewing for a little while. But, at least I was able to finish up some PJ pants for the little man before the disaster happened.

A pile of pj bottoms

A pile of pj bottoms

I used some light flannel, which is nearly always on sale at Fabricland for as low as $3 or $4/metre. The pattern is Simplicity 3669, which includes several different tops as well. But, when there is a sale, I can get plain white tops for as low as $3, so I figured my time was better spent sewing up the bottoms since they work up so quickly. I do the seams on my serger, and then finish up the hems and zipper casing/waistband on my sewing machine.

pjlabelI added cute little tags to the back of the waist to help the little man make sure they go on the right way.

pjhemAnd I made extra deep hems since he seems to be growing taller much quicker than he is growing wider. I’ll pick these out in the fall and let them down, and we should get another winter out of all four pairs.

Do you sew pjs, or any clothes, for yourself or someone else? I’d love to know.

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