Sunday, July 19, 2009

Snoopy PJ's For Sydnie

A Grandma Project

One of the things I enjoy most is picking up my three grand daughters and taking them to Jo-Ann's Fabric store so they can pick out a pattern and material. I love making things for them...and they always seem excited to be able to wear something that is custom made just for them; something they chose. We went to Jo-Ann's last week. Sydnie, my youngest grand daughter (age 11) wanted pajamas and was very specific about the style she wanted. The top had to be button up, not slip on, the bottoms needed to be shorts. Flipping through the Simplicity pattern book, we found just the right one. She then went to the pattern drawer and pulled the pattern. When I told her she could pick from many kinds of fabric for this pattern, she knew exactly what she wanted. It had to be snuggly soft flannel. She chose the cute Snoopy fabric and decided she wanted yellow buttons to match...no trim.


After working on them during week, I gave the finished PJ's to her today. She tried them on and ran around the house giving everyone a hug so they could feel how snuggly soft they were. I got a big hug and a sweet "thank you". I told her she did a wonderful job picking just the right pattern and fabric. She looked so cute in them.

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6 comments:

myunrevealedthoughts said...

Wow, that's heart warming.

Before, my mother used to sew my uniform. And it is nice to wear something that is made from the heart :)

Melinda said...

Those are just adorable!!! What a wonderful thing to do together! So sweet..

Will you make me some? ;)

SleightGirl said...

That brings back so many memories! That's what my mother used to do with me!

Kristen Dougherty said...

That's so neat!!! They will remember those memories of picking out their own fabric and patterns forever!

Iva said...

wow! that is so sweet! and such a beautiful thing to do together! They will have such great memories!

B.T.Bear (esq.) said...

These are so good! I like Snoopy!