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Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Done..........and mailed........

It took me longer to trace the Kwik Sew pattern and cut it out than it did to sew the little flannel pj pants.  From one yard of fabric I was able to get the pants and a pillowcase for a travel size pillow.  I bought a shirt to go with the pants and found it in the basement after I mailed the package.....back to the post office today.

I'm taking a break from all of the baking and sewing and going to lunch with a friend today.

10 comments:

Lesley Gilbert said...

That doggie fabric is very cute. Enjoy your no sewing/baking day with your friend - time to recharge your batteries. I have one item I need to sew today for a friend, ready for tomorrow, then finally put up some decorations. Yes, I'm very late this year! :)

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

it's cute! I think we are all ready for a break from sewing if we are making things for Christmas presents.

Gene Black said...

it is adorable.

Roxanne said...

Those turned out darling!

patty a. said...

So cute! I have enjoyed seeing the cookies and projects you have been doing lately. I am taking a half day of vacation today to bake a few cookies and clean house. Tomorrow I will again take a half day to bake pies.

Gypsy Quilter said...

What cute fabric. Somebody special is going to be warm and comfy this winter.

Hedy Hahn said...

Those little pants are adorable ! So cute !

Pat said...

The pants are really cute and I am sure they will love them. Since most of the time I am lurking in the background, I would like to wish you a Very Merry Christmas. I love reading and looking at all your projects. Keep on blogging.

dls said...

Very cute fabric and a wonderful gift! Enjoy your holidays and have a creative new year!

Elaine/Muddling Through said...

What a cute set! I used to make flannel pj's and robes for our son when he was little.