Once again, my TNT of M3006.
My BFF loved her walrus PJ pants last year so much that she told me she would wear them until they rotted off! Well, I don't think they're in danger of that any time soon, but I did think that when the walrus flannel was available on Black Friday again that perhaps I should make her another pair for that sad day. This pair has a red drawstring instead of white.
Another friend loves foxes, so when I saw this fox flannel, I just had to get it! (It wasn't even Black Friday - can you believe it?) This is a birthday gift for her.
And finally we have something for ME! When Thing 1 was taking a college for kids class last summer, Thing 2 and I found ourselves with several hours a day to fill. One of those days, we visited a new-to-me Hancock Fabrics, where I found this woven kachina print. I figure that I haven't made myself a new pair of PJ pants in some time, so it was high time I did. With the help of a 50% off coupon, this beautiful print has been biding its time on the shelf ever since. I did make the buttonholes for a drawstring, in case I want to add one later, but I don't use them hardly ever, so I left it out for now.
And then I revisited the northwoods-ish flannel PJs. My friend loved her birthday gift, but sadly, despite using the same pattern size as the previous pair, they were too snug through the hips. Also, I had not written my notes clearly enough, and so I needed to add an additional 3 inches of length. Since I couldn't get any more of the print, I used the navy to add "racing stripes" to get an additional inch of ease on each side, and then I added 3 inch cuffs at the bottom. I think that they overall look as though they were intended to be that way, for which I am relieved.