Fam Jam Day 13- Priscilla Schamulailatpam's Snuggle Set by Eunoia Designs
Hello! I am Priscilla and a stay-at-home mom of two adorable kids. Thank you for visiting the blog today. I am starting to sew PJs for the holidays much earlier than usual this year, all thanks to the FAm Jam sew-a-long at Ash and Elm. I love to share my makes on Facebook and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/prisci4/), so don’t forget to check them out.
I love to sew but PJ is something I don’t sew often because my little ones love all those RTW prints. However, Ash and Elm have so many amazing prints, I couldn’t pass them up and my outdoor-loving little boy needed these awesome prints. He is loving his new PJs and has been wearing them ever since.
Sewing PJs for my little boy who has sensory issues is a bit of a challenge. All seams need to be hidden and I love the Snuggle set by Eunoia Designs for its easy hackability and it has fun features like large pockets and critter templates. But I made this one without the pockets as it’s a pajama for my little boy.
For this set, I used this gorgeous Red and Black Forestry Stripes from the Nature and Outdoors design for his top with the Buffalo Plaid from the Linens and Coordinates from Ash and Elm Limited (In-House Printing) to create this unique PJ just for him.
You will love this amazing pattern because-
- It’s a grow-with-me pattern (that means if my kids had a growth spurt, because of the Pattern design he can still wear it).
- It has this super cute bonus pocket pal pattern that’s super cute. This is a Baby pattern and ends at size 3T. They will be coming out with a youth version very soon if you are interested.
My kid loves his PJ so much that I thought to include some of the things he does whenever he loves his outfit. He loves to just hang out in the sun, be goofy and prance around and dash off to his favorite tree in the neighborhood. In this process, he tested the durability and quality of the fabrics and the pattern, and they came out in flying colors.
I hope you enjoy reading my blog as much as I had fun writing it. And there is still time to grab some cozy fabrics from your stash and sew up some jammies. Please don’t forget to share your jammies on Facebook and use #FAMJAMS. Can’t wait to see your makes.
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