Monday, June 30, 2014

Flannelette Tofino's - Make a Garment a Month - June completed

I did it, the Tofino's are completed, yes there are two pairs.

This is the fun part of the Tofino's you can play with the panels.  I also had in my stash some pale lilac flannelette which was close enough to the pale pink in the flowers for it to work.

I didn't do any further changes to those I made originally, but realised after I had put them on that I had meant to raise the back rise for a bit more length as I find this a bit short in my owl Tofino's when sitting.


Above I have used the floral for the front and back with the plain for the side panels and tie.


This pair is the opposite, the plain for the front and back with the floral for the side panels and tie.

Now I need to get organised like Carolyn and get some tops made, I get too hot for flannelette tops however at present my older t-shirts are doing a great job until I find some knits fabrics that will work with the floral.

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2014 Stash Out: 17.5 m
2014 Stash In: 45.75 m

12 comments:

Tracy H said...

Cute and practical just what PJs should be

BeaJay said...

Very spiffy jim jams Sharon. They will keep you warm and snug on these chilly nights.

ista said...

They look so comfy - and two made!

Sarah Liz said...

What a great idea with the panels - the way to make bits of fabric stretch...

Enjoy wearing :)

Sew, Jean Margaret said...

These look perfect for the chilly nights we have been having this week. That fabric is lovely too.

Paola said...

Just the ticket for the blast of winter we've been having. Lovely print!

navybluethreads said...

Looks great, as always Sharon :-) I've nominated you for the versatile blogger award, couldn't see if you had one already... I've just posted up details :-)

becki-c said...

They look so comfy and soft.

L said...

Your jammies look so comfortable!

Dilliander said...

oooh very nice! They look great with the contrast panels and warm too.

Gail said...

Hi Sharon, So frustrated that I can't comment on your posts from bloglovin. Love your PJs, and the wanted to comment on the cream top too. It looked very good with the necklace.

velosewer said...

This pattern still looks great on you.