Saturday, December 22, 2007

PJ's for Ellen

Today Sofie and I made some PJ's for Ellen. It has taken us a year! We purchased the fabric from Spotlight last Christmas.



We used McCall's 2606 - an old pattern that has straight leg tie waisted pants. I hadn't used it before but it is perfect for PJ's. We used elastic and ribbon for the waist (which we lowered by about 9cms). We also added ribbon and bows to the bottom of the legs.



I purchased a cheap top to use as the PJ top. We unpicked the label and added our own out of the PJ fabric and embroidered Ellen's name on it. We also added a bow.



Here is Sofie modeling. They should be a little bit looser and shorter on Ellen. Hope she likes them! PJ bottoms are so quick to make on an overlocker and you can do such fun things with ribbons and the like. A fun project.

5 comments:

KreativeMix said...

very very pretty!!!

Isabelle said...

What a great gift!

Summerset said...

Fun to make and wear! Great gift, and yes the serger makes it easy, too.

Sigrid said...

How cute, and great idea to complete it with a rtw top and give that a personal touch. She'll be happy with it, for sure.

Tany said...

What a fabulous gift!