Twenty years ago I bought my sewing machine and serger. I didn’t remember when I’d actually bought them until I was moving stuff out of one drawer to another. Voila, a receipt slipped in between two other things. It’s a testament to the Bernina quality that those machines are just as good today as when I bought them. Which is good because they were pretty darn expensive. I’m sure I made payments for yonks.
I wish I had a dramatic and glamorous garment to show you to celebrate my machines’ and my 20th anniversary, but what I’ve got is pretty much cake and not frosting. That really does sum up what my machines have made for 20 years, so I guess it’s only fitting that I’ve got pajama pants.
Yes, another pair of flannel pajama pants made from the Tofino pattern. Same mods as the last two times, 28″ inside leg measurement (this pattern is REALLY long!) and omitting the bow belt thing. The fabric is cotton flannel and is covered in cute skulls. It was pretty difficult to find skull fabric for these pjs. My friend (the recipient) wanted skull pjs for her birthday and I thought it would be a snap to find fabric since skulls and pirates are kind of popular now. No, I was mistaken. There are several quilting cottons I found with skulls of varying scariness, but this was one of the only fabrics in flannel. Nevertheless, they’re cute and the pjs will hopefully be well received.