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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

October Sew Along Pattern

Phew, I can't believe it is Wednesday already. I've been a bit under the weather over the weekend and just gave up on Monday and stayed in bed. Literally, all day. I feel like a whole new woman. Which means my usual sewing time over the weekend was spent slothfully, in front of the TV, catching up on Once Upon A Time episodes.  A lot of them.

Which means, I've nothing crafty to share with you all today.  I thought I'd take the opportunity of empty space to announce next month's sew along pattern.  Not to panic though, those of you sewing along have 4 more days to get your Pauley's Pullover finished and linked up.  Pleeeeeenty of time! No really, it's a quick one.


Our October sew along pattern will be the Goodnight Sweetheart PJs.  Since we've already made at least one pair of Kickin' Back Sweats, these should be a piece of cake, right?  The challenges here will come from the top.  Buttons, piping and a curvy collar?  No problems!


I've seen so many fabulous versions of these out there on the web (like the pair above from Hello Beautiful), that I'm excited to give these a whirl.  Whether you decide to go long or short, flannel or cotton, these are sure to get the kiddos excited for bed.  My only dilemma is going to be whether to make a matching set.


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4 comments:

  1. Such a cute pattern choice. I'm excited to see how they all turn out.

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  2. I actually got mine done early-ish this month! Pics are in the Flickr group, and I blogged it at http://willyount.blogspot.com/2012/10/new-jammies-for-everyone.html. This was a fun pattern. Thanks for hosting!

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  3. I had these made for our winter here- hurray because I'm snowed under with work, and james's 1st birthday. By the way, the party theme is colourful thanks to the prize I won on this sew-along back in april (?).
    here they are on my blog
    http://mariannebags.blogspot.com.au/2012/10/october-sew-along-pjs.html
    Pic are on flickr as well- they were my first sewing for boys pattern and its a great pattern too.

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  4. After having them cut out for three weeks I finished them just under the wire! Blogged here http://annanicsblog.blogspot.com/2012/10/variations-on-theme. Photos added to the flickr group as well.

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