A couple of people said I should post the pajama pants, but I'm not posting a pic of me IN them. The shirt is the Summertime Blouse, and is not technically a pj shirt, but I didn't really like the way it looks on me. It made me look pregnant, in my opinion. But it's made of voile and SO comfy! So I figured it would make nice pjs. The pants are a silk/cotton blend and soooo luxurious feeling! I really enjoyed making pj pants. I made four pairs! (not all silk!) I love lounging around the house in them!
Did you see that the Colette blog did some tutorials on flat felled seams?
Study Hall Skirt
(photo by Katelyn)
I know this is called the Study Hall Skirt, but the whole time I was making it I was thinking it looked like a cheerleader skirt! (Just a LOT longer!) The fabrics are both polka dots, even though it's hard to see in the photo. This is a good pattern. The only alteration I made was to add a lining, and that's just my personal preference. Cotton sticks to tights and bunches and crawls, so I line all my skirts. If you use this pattern I recommend using a serger. You have to finish a lot of seams and iron them open, so if you zig zag every side of the fabric piece it would take you forever!