Edited to add: If you decide to make the Oliver + S Bedtime Story Pajamas, I would recommend using snaps vs the ties. First of all, this will save you some time, especially if you make the ties yourself. Secondly, the ties come untied. Obviously not a problem with snaps. I added snaps to Indi's PJs and removed the ribbons.
Today I was able to wrap up some sewing projects that I've been working on.
First, I completed the baby blanket I started last night.
I finished it with this decorative stitch.
When I was this close to being done, I ran out of bobbin thread.
Then when I re-wound my bobbin, it wound up all wonky for some reason.
Patience is a virtue. Patience is a virtue.
Ah, yes, this is the reality of sewing.
Done and DONE! Whew!
Next it was on to finishing up Indi's Christmas Kimono Pajamas. Yes, you read that correctly -- Christmas Kimono PJs. I love sewing, but I do not enjoy sewing under pressure. Therefore, I am trying to break my habit of doing everything at the last minute. This seemed like a great place to start. I started this project last weekend.
The pattern is this Oliver + S pattern, which I highly recommend! This is the fourth set of kimono pajamas that I've made from the pattern - and I've made three more pair of lounge pants for the kids based on this pattern. Completely worth the price. Love it!
Guys, I'm so happy!