Sew Indulgent Box - December
The Carolyn Pajamas from Closet Core Patterns are your classic pajamas set. Cuffs, piping, a classic notched collar. This pattern has it all. The beauty of the pattern, though, is that you have the option to make either the long sleeve/long pant version or the short sleeve/shorts version, or some combination of the two. The decision is yours. Especially since we are providing you with enough fabric to make the choice on the fly. More...
Pattern: Carolyn Pajamas from Closet Core Patterns
Skill Level: Intermediate
What you should know (or desire to learn): Attaching a collar, sewing piping, attaching patch pockets, sewing buttons and buttonholes, sewing cuffs
Fabric Options: Read more about the fabric options here.
- Blue and Black Buffalo Check Flannel - We couldn't do an entire pajamas theme and not have a plaid option. Honestly, when I think of pajamas, this is the fabric that comes to mind, lumberjack and all. This top weight flannel, a thin, lightweight brushed shirting, is just right for pajamas - not too hot, not too cold. Plus, the vibrant blue is a subtler take on the traditional red and black check, and the serene feel of it is perfect to take you off to dream land. A classic pajama choice!
- Cranes at Sunset Cotton Lawn - The softness and opacity of lawn makes it so versatile and wearable that you could consider it an unsung wunder-fabric. This lawn is no exception. Plus, the color! The bright watermelon pink evokes beautiful sunsets, and the white cranes are playful without being cutesy. The crispness of this lawn will soften over time, just like your favorite set of bed sheets, and the tightly woven cotton will keep you cool all night long.
- Turquoise Space Thistles Double Gauze - Incredibly soft and lightweight, with an almost spongy hand, this fabric is what people use to swaddle babies, if that gives you any idea of how lush it is. So why not swaddle yourself as an adult in this wonderful fabric? The bright turquoise of the gauze is speckled with teal, white, and navy dots and stars, creating a fun and subtle pattern. If you're looking for a fabric to brighten up your sleepwear game, this is it!
Also in this box: Matching thread, fusible interfacing, contrast piping, 5 shirt buttons, waistband elastic, and a sewing machine needle