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1  CLOTHING / Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects / Reconstructed Christmas pajamas on: November 09, 2008 11:37:19 PM
Christmas pajamas!


A woman's large turtleneck


Cutting off the arms for pajama bottoms


Tracing out for the pajama top, using the existing neckline


I used the arms of the pink shirt as a template.  There was lots of shirt left at the bottom to cut arms.  My only mistake was that this knit is only stretchy in one direction.  So the arms don't stretch, but I think they are loose enough so they won't be uncomfortable


The pieces pre-sewing


The finished pajama set


Excuse the thread!  I was too excited to post the results - I couldn't wait!

No pics with the munchkin, because they are a surprise christmas eve present- thanks for looking
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