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Carolyn Pajamas in Shetland Flannel

Added Dec 1, 2015

by AllspiceAbounds

Cambridge, Massa...

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Description

Comfortable, warm, and luxurious pajamas for the upcoming winter! I made the Carolyn Pajamas by Closet Case Patterns, View B, size 10. The main fabric is Robert Kaufman Shetland Flannel in navy herringbone, and the piping is Shetland Flannel in maroon. I used single-fold bias tape for the piping, with no cording.

For more photos, info on modifications, and construction details, visit my blog:
https://allspiceabounds.wordpress.com/2015/11/30/carolyn-sews-the-carolyn-pajamas-finished/

Material Notes

100% cotton flannel. Interfacing is Pro-Sheer Elegance Medium from Fashion Sewing Supply.

Difficulty

Intermediate

Categories

Season
Winter
For
Women
Garment Type
Lingerie/Undergarments
Style
Casual
Material
Flannel

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    Dec 3, 2015, 06.16 PMby Mary Athey

    fantastic. I just love these. They look so warm plus they look great as well x

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      Dec 13, 2015, 08.09 PMby AllspiceAbounds

      Thanks Mary! They are super warm, probably too warm for the mild weather we’ve been having in Boston lately!

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    Dec 3, 2015, 09.57 AMby Beccki

    Great Pj’s I love them

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    Dec 2, 2015, 03.23 PMby kosk0025

    Cute and Cozy!!!

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    Dec 2, 2015, 08.50 AMby rita61

    Great pjs.

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    Dec 2, 2015, 02.09 AMby izbott

    Very cozy! Great red piping detail.

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      Dec 2, 2015, 11.46 AMby AllspiceAbounds

      Thanks so much! The piping was really fun to sew.

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