I’m such a lover of cute PJs on my little ones! I need lots of options. (That’s why I offer so many options!) This one, though, is definitely going to be one of my personal favorites. There is just something so appealing about the classic look of a woven button-up PJ top and pants. I can’t wait for Christmas morning photos in PJs sewn from this pattern!
The Pajama Party PJ pattern includes both top and pants. Options are included for a short-sleeve, short pants warm-weather version and a long-sleeve, long pants version perfect for the colder months. The top can be fastened with buttons or snaps, and the elastic waist shorts feature side seam pockets. This Pajama Party PJ pattern covers sizes 12 months to 5T, but don’t fret at all if you need the bigger sizes! They’ll be along next week. I just have to get the cover photography done, and the cover back from the printer!
There are so many options with this pattern to mix and match your favorite woven quilting fabrics. The adorable fabrics featured here are all from the Riley Blake Puppy Park Collection which is due in stores later this month.
And that, my dears, wraps up my new pattern releases for Spring (okay, I’ll admit that it’s really Summer) 2012! All of the new patterns are due to be uploaded and ready for you to purchase at 8 p.m. central tonight, right here: Fishsticks Designs Patterns.
I thought I’d leave you with a few photos that I think show how incredibly well-behaved and easy-to-photograph my little ones have become thanks to all of their cover-modeling experience. I think they might both have a great future in modeling . . . or maybe I really just pray that they don’t grow up hating the sight of a camera!
Hey! There’s a bug back here!
Are we done yet?!
1, 2, 3, JUMP!
Samantha is always a great help behind the camera.
Occasionally, she has to step in front of the camera: Smile, Charlie! Like this!
This just made my afternoon!
So fun! What sizes are your boys wearing? Just for fit/style reference.
Eeek! You’re going to make me admit that Jamie is actually wearing the size 6 top from the Big Kid pattern with the size 5T bottoms. (I’m a little sad that Jamie’s outgrown the infant & toddler sizes. I’m going to have to find a new model to do covers with Charlie for my next patterns.) Oh, and Charlie is wearing the 3T.
I made these today and we love them!
I even got over my irrational fear of buttonholes thanks to this pattern.
Will you be doing these in big kid sizes, say, before Christmas? ; )