I have noticed that this blog is becoming remarkably monotonous. I seem to be posting a lot of pyjamas. I was reading the yarn harlot this morning, and I think that a sewing jag is just as likely to happen as the knitting jag she describes. I think I am in the middle of a pyjama jag.
Here is another lot.
These are for my son, made from old business shirts, worn out at the collar. The sleeve placket turned into a external buttoning fly front never ceases to amuse me. I think fly fronts on elastic/drawstring waisted small boy pyjamas are very silly. I have made them anyway.
This may be the last summer I will be able to make pyjama bottoms for my son from old shirts. Maybe I could fatten up my husband or put a brick on my son's head? There will be no buttoning fly front or welt back pockets on my son's pyjamas if I have to make them from scratch.
Materials cost; Thread, about 1/2 a 100m reel -$1.50. Sometimes sewing is very inexpensive.