I had made a pair of PJs for my BFF two years ago, and she loved them! She sews as well, but apparently she wasn't doing a very good job of prioritizing any sewing for herself. ;) So she requested a new pair of PJs. I had a queen-sized flannel sheet from the thrift store that I thought she'd love (the print), so I used that for the pants and the front/back of the shirt. There wasn't quite enough for the sleeves, so I used a coordinating navy flannel instead, and also used it for the neckband, which I brought to the outside again.
I used M3006 for the pants and M5504 for the shirt. Unfortunately, my notes were a little vague from when I made the pants the last time, and so they are a few inches short. But I will add cuffs to them when she sends them back, and that will lengthen them correctly. Fortunately, I have quite a bit of stash fabric for the pair I'm making her for Christmas, so I can cut a new, properly lengthened pair of pants and use the ones I already cut for someone else.