Wait, winter isn't synonymous with Christmas? That's just wrong. I guess that makes it pretty lame that the Sew Weekly winter challenge said one thing to me: cozy flannel PJs. In Christmas prints of course. Which means: I'm finally done with all of the Christmas pajamas. Forever? We'll just have to wait and see...
Meet the most unflattering pants that ever did. The tiny busy present print (butit'ssocuteandpink). The unisex oversized pattern (why, just why? was it not awful enough last time?). The lack of length (I didn't buy enough fabric. doh.). The weird pocket poof (cuz I cannot have PJ pants with no pockets).
Those are little pink, red, and green presents. OMG it's so cute I could barf. In a good way of course.
And to get just a wee bit more painfully cute: the cuffs, waistband, and pockets are all this white and rainbow heart print upcycled Care Bear sheet. That I actually used to have on my bed once upon a time. The pattern doesn't actually call for cuffs but I really didn't have even close to enough fabric to cut the legs in one piece. Is it wrong that I die a little bit on the inside every time I see the lack of pink (or red) piping around the cuff?
Feeling queasy yet? No?
There are matching baby pajama pants. Whabbam bitches.
What possessed me? I'm not sure. I assume it's hormonal. Or maybe the brand new baby girl with all her little pink outfits. I'll try not to do it again kay?
Just a bit more cuteness. I need a tripod. Meet my new photographer. Just his foot though.
That one is actually pretty good for a 3 year old I think. He takes much better pics with my Iphone but it doesn't take low light pictures well. You can see here just how awfully unflattering they are.
I'm thinking hard about a new setup for picture taking. I'm going to have to do something soon, that awful green wall in the kitchen just makes me look ill.
Pattern: McCalls M5248 again
Fabric: 1.5 yards of Christmas print flannel from the local fabric store. Which was like $12 on sale. Ouch. And the neverending Care Bear sheet for lining (again)
First worn: Just for these pics. They're about to get washed, wrapped, and stuck under the tree with the rest of the Christmas PJs, a Christmas movie, and some mini marshmallows and hot cocoa mix. (It's a new tradition I'm trying to start). I won't lie, though: awful as these pants look I will wear the hell out of them. Just around the house though. I'm not one of those people to go out in my pajamas. I'm not that trashy thankyaverymuch*.
*(If you are one of those people and were offended by my last comment: seriously. How hard is it to put on real pants?).