I don’t mind admitting, it touched my heart to see the younger generation getting involved with the Pyjama Party. And when I say young, I mean young!
Bold Sewist brought a tear to my eye with photos of her and her baby. We first met at Morley College when she was setting out to make her best friend’s wedding dress. Gulp. She did it, she totally did it, blog post evidence here. Since then her life has continued apace. You know, a baby!
Maskakat is in the early months of her pregnancy, and needed a pair of PJs for comfy lounging with the cutest little tummy I’ve seen in ages. You can see fuller details here.
And finally, the woman who massaged my heart into gooey, marshmallow softness with a photo she emailed of her two children and her niece. Look at the cuteness! Don’t you just want to pepper them with kisses? Thanks, Lori Ann.
After that, it was all about the laughs for me. Best PJ photo ever?
Four Square Walls had some problems with… Well, some problems.
Marie of A Sewing Odyssey compared her new PJs to the type of clothes The Dude wears in The Big Lebowski. Simply because she referenced this film in a blog post, I had to dig out the DVD and watch it again.
I loved the fact that Experiments & Accidents had to secretly jump on the bed in her parents’ house, with her sister taking photos. ‘What are you girls doing up there?’
We may grow older, but we never grow up.
And I admired Paunnet‘s stonking use of colour:
A Fashionable Stitch proved her mettle yet again, by turning in the cutest, most adorable, most professional looking pair of PJs, featuring a bedroom I would kill people for:
There was so, so much more. Over a hundred pairs of pyjamas now exist that hadn’t even seen a hot chocolate a few weeks back. Thanks, guys!
UPDATE. Lazy Stitching has supplied a wonderful tutorial for making a variation on Colette’s free Madeleine Bloomers. She adapted these to make herself some truly lovely tap pants aka shortie PJ bottoms.