With cooler temperatures having arrived and a sale at Joann Fabrics, I decided to make everyone a quick and easy pj pants. On those days when we aren't rushing around to work and school, we all like to get comfy and I thought some flannel pants would be great. Big, baggy, soft and warm.
I had assistance picking out the fabric for everyone. She liked the fabric so much I had to reclaim from her in order to cut out the pants. Luckily, there is enough left over from each to make her a 'wild' pair of pants this week so she can be comfy and warm too.
Wrapping up in the length of fabric seemed like the thing to do last Saturday morning. Guess my idea of warm, soft and comfy was spot on, pants or not.
Texter was excited about her pair of pants and couldn't wait to get into them. Now the question will be how to get her out of them to wash them! I had enough fabric I made eye masks out of each fabric. Lady K refers to the as 'eyes'. Savvy and Texter's bedrooms are light and they were both excited to have an eye mask to wear to cut out the light, especially for afternoon naps.
While in the flannel mode, I bought this plaid to make into a 1890's dress for the Big Read at the library in October. I haven't used flannel 'shirting' before, but it is so soft. A little thin, but with the apron I have planned to wear over it, it will be fine. I have a pair of lace-up shoes which look old fashioned I will wear with it (maybe-depends on my bunion!) My plan after the Big Read for this is to keep it as a night gown! The style of the dress is big and loose and it will make a great 'granny gown'.
Once the dress and a couple of aprons made, it's time to start on the mock-ups for the cosplay outfits Savvy and Texter want for next year. And I have the Farmer's Wife 1930 QAL starting next week. Luckily, that will be stretched out over the next year. Lots of plans for time at the sewing machine!
NOTE: I forgot I had written this post almost two weeks earlier. Everyone loves their flannel pants and Texter picked out 3 fabrics for cotton ones.