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Jammiepalooza 2012 Begins!

2012 December 13
by elizabeth_admin

Of course after announcing that my mojo was in high gear, it disappeared right afterwards.  I should know better than to jinx myself that way.  Sheesh!  Also, I have been sick for 5 weeks, so there’s that.

But there’s also this…  I have just finished pre-treating all my fabric for this year’s Jammiepalooza.  Since I have some time on my hands these days before I start working on my next big project, I thought I would make all the kids in my family some lounge pants and some tops for part of their Christmas presents.  Technically they’re not jammies, but that’s how I hope they will be used.  I bought two different but coordinating flannels, one for the girls (3 of them) and one for the boys (2 of them).  I bought them from Mumm Quilters from whom I had never bought before.  Their service and shipping were quick!  I had a hard time sourcing any holiday flannel at all.  Of course, I started looking for it in December, long after smart crafters have already purchased their holiday supplies and cleaned out the major on-line retailers.  Will someone please remind me to buy this stuff in October next year???  I will most likely use Simplicity 5271 again for all five pants, but will add a ruffle at the hem for the girls.   Cute, right?

Girls' flannel

Girls’ flannel


Boys' flannel

Boys’ flannel


And for all five tops, I thought I would use this cute interlock knit from The Fabric Fairy (they always have cute knits for kids).

Jammie top fabric for both boys and girls

Jammie top fabric for both boys and girls


I’m not sure which pattern I will use though for the tops.  It will either be S5271, the Raglan sleeve top, or my old standby which I just used for Jack’s jammies last week, KS3510.

Well enough blathering on, I have to get cutting!

Happy holiday sewing to you all!

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  1. December 13, 2012

    Yummy top fabric! Makes me want new jammies real bad…!

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