Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Flannel Baby Jammies

I found this precious vintage-looking flannel last summer and set it aside for this winter's cozy pajamas for Daisy. I had enough for one long nightgown and one pajama set. The jammies are trimmed in robin's-egg blue grosgrain ribbon and the nightie in pale pink velvet. Luscious! The pattern is a favorite Daisy dress I've made up several times, including at Easter and in juicy polka dots.



Detail of fabric:

9 comments:

Calla Lilly said...

What a sweet pattern!!

Anonymous said...

Your sewing is so beautiful! Do you mind if I ask what pattern you used for the pajamas and dresses?

Brenda said...

I love that fabric!

Anonymous said...

I'd love to get a glimpse of your sewing room?

Lynn

Copper's Wife said...

How pretty!!! I love that fabric.

Cara said...

These are adorable, Anna. The fabric choice is fabulous! What a find. Just lately I've been getting the itch to sew some flannel jammies for myself and my daughter, and this encourages me even more so. I'm still looking for just the right flannel, though. :)
Cara

Kelli said...

Just precious!!! The fabric is sooo sweet!!

Kelli

Rebecca said...

These are so charming! I love the fabric. I have this project on my to-do list as well, using flannel from the dollar table at walmart. NOTHING as SWEET as that fabric. Perhaps that is why I am procrastinating...

Islandmumma2Seven said...

These are the sweetest jamas ever

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