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yay for jammies!
Since I started really looking at my fabric collection I realized it needs to get used. I’ve kept some prints for longer than I think is really necessary (for me it’s been about a year and a half), but I think it’s time to move on with some of them and get to ordering more!
One sure fire way to use up a fabric stash is to make clothing. Usually they take up a lot of fabric and that’s just the ticket!
So I decided a few pairs of jammie pants would do the trick for a little while anyway.
I thought I’d give Toni’s pattern a try and I really like how they came together.
I ended up squeezing out a pair for Emily from a half yard for the main part of the pant, and I really liked the way the pants were assembled, so they came together really nicely. It’s pretty straightforward and I think the fit is really cute.
It was fun to get a chance to make a few buttonholes, which I haven’t made in forever. But they’re merely cosmetic, so don’t let that throw you off, you could always omit them if talk of buttonholes makes you break out in hives.
And doesn’t this pattern, Coastal Breeze look fun? Makes me want to start daydreaming about summer.