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Posted on:1/6/07 11:42 PM
Last Updated:2/8/09 4:52 PM

Review Rating: Very Helpful by 15 people   
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renren said... (2/17/09 7:39 PM) Reply
Here I am, re-reading your review to get clues for sewing pj bottoms right now! Thanks for detailing the steps so carefully! Your kids and pjs are all fun to look at.
nancy2001 said... (2/8/09 6:38 PM) Reply
Cute pjs and very cute kids.
Vonnevo said... (2/8/09 5:23 PM) Reply
These are fabulous Ody ! Making PJ's and making happy memories :)
Christas said... (1/5/09 6:48 PM) Reply
What a great set! Love the coordinating embroidery!
allegra15 said... (1/5/09 3:21 PM) Reply
Very nice, and very cute son!
MaryLynn in Long Beach said... (1/5/09 2:41 PM) Reply
Ody, those are wonderful--kids and pjs both! you are wonderful, too.
Luckylibbet said... (1/5/09 12:22 PM) Reply
I love Booter's embroidery, and he looks soooo handsome in his new PJ's!
Nancy K said... (1/5/09 11:06 AM) Reply
So cute!
sewtime said... (1/5/09 9:49 AM) Reply
So,so cute!! Also love your review!
mssewcrazy said... (1/5/09 8:13 AM) Reply
I sort of think kids pjs well pjs period are some of the most rewarding sewing ever. After people pass the small children size and they get pricey sleepwear is hit or miss mostly underwear or large tees. I made my gs a pair of bottoms from transformer print fabric last year and he loved them so much. Thank you so much for showing us your great tips as I want to do some more of these especially some for summer wear and also the embroidery. Tees are so cheap here in the dollar stores- must do grandsons some . I never noticed this pattern - glad to see it is still in print. I have two grandsons now and one coming anyday. Thanks so much for showing your work and the cute son model.
Ronda Rae said... (1/5/09 8:13 AM) Reply
They look great, Melody! How funny that I have the same method and do the same thing as you- make the bottoms, buy the tops and embroider on the top. Sometimes if the bottoms are plain, they get embroidery, too. btw- your son is very handsome. ~ Ronda
MasoumaRose said... (1/5/09 1:34 AM) Reply
Ody, thank you for taking the time to illustrate how you finished the seams. What wonderful presents!
Meggie LuLu said... (2/15/08 9:59 PM) Reply
Very cute!! I noticed that you have the same "Curious George" fabric that I have( he's one of my favorite characters).
Peggy L said... (2/28/07 10:11 PM) Reply
Cute! You really have some cute prints in your stash!!!!
khurtdvm said... (2/28/07 8:47 PM) Reply
I love the Curious George!
Heatherrique said... (1/7/07 3:15 PM) Reply
Wowee! Adorable!
PVA said... (1/7/07 2:24 PM) Reply
Thanks for a great review, Ody -- your kids are darling! Love the pj's -- you inspire me to make some for my GK's. I'm sure they'd love them, especially in fun fabrics!
Ody said... (1/7/07 1:34 PM) Reply
Ratty just means they are normal and like to play!! These are just a sample I could pull together quickly to show the variations. My dd is now the same height as her brother. She is the one I have to sew PJs for the most because she grows so fast.
Sherril Miller said... (1/7/07 1:21 PM) Reply
What a nice looking bunch of kids. PJs are so easy, I feel ashamed I don't do them for my DS. I know he'd appreciate it.
Mary Stiefer said... (1/7/07 10:51 AM) Reply
Those "ratty" (hehehe) kids looks like they really are enjoying theiri PJs. How cute.
AnneM said... (1/7/07 9:23 AM) Reply
Great way to give the kid's theme PJs.
Stephanie C. said... (1/7/07 1:40 AM) Reply
Those are all cute, as is your son!
christine A said... (1/7/07 0:49 AM) Reply
I am inspired to sew my neices some! Heck, I want a pair too!
mastdenman said... (1/7/07 0:25 AM) Reply
Cute kids and cute pjs.
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