The only problem is that I am totally sick of this pattern.
This is not the fault of the pattern, it is well drafted, has clear instructions and is very easy to sew. It has earnt its keep in my collection.
I first made it up in1996 for my 18month old toddler, and I don't think a year has gone by without someone else wanting another one.
It can be used to make an effective costume, whilst still being warm, toasty and washable pyjamas - use polar fleece in an animal print (there is a lot of tiger around this year) add a tail to the gusset, add claws to the feet (that is a neoprene scrap coloured in on the pale side with permanent marker .
I add gripper fabric to the soles ( ETA, Lyndle asked what I use for gripper fabric. I use slip-not fabric that I bought from Seattle Fabrics. It is $21.95 US per yard, but can also be bought in a fat quarter for $6.95, which I did about 5 years ago, and have only just used the last of. An alternative for the bottoms of the feet to increase friction is applying dots of puff fabric paint - but as it is not possible to iron polar fleece, this involves using another fabric for the soles and I have found that the puff paint wears off before the end of each warm pyjama season)
You may gather from the size 4 on the pattern and the length of the garment that I have added considerably to the length in the the body and limbs to fit my tall niece.
I have had a lot of fun with this pattern.
But I think it is time I lost it.