My husband's pajama pants are finished, and he says they are the best pajama pants he has ever owned. That's not saying much, because a 6'6" man who is under 200 pounds has a hard time finding any well fitting clothes, let alone pajamas long enough to cover his ankles comfortably, while not being completely baggy everywhere else. So these are probably only the third pair of pjs he has owned as an adult that actually fit him comfortably. I made the first two pairs, also.
They were a quick, easy project -- as most pajama pants are -- but not at all exciting or challenging. The flannel is a very nice, thick, soft fabric with just enough stiffness that they hang nicely.
|Steve's holly-jolly pjs|
|I Spy a Patch?|
I started the minky "slanket" for my daughter and it's just aggravating working with that stuff. It is cut out and laying on my table, bleeding minky fleece particles everywhere. It makes much more of a mess than any other fleece I've worked with. I neglected to buy thread to match the robins egg blue, so I am at a standstill with that until I get to the store to buy thread. Although I am considering just using something complementary, or something that clashes, just to get it off my table.