Back in the summer, when Avery didn't have any pajamas, we tie-dyed some white t-shirts and turned them into nightgowns for the warm summer months. But as soon as fall rolled around, and the evenings grew colder, Avery decided that she was only going to wear an old flannel nightgown that my mom made her two years ago (which, of course, was WAY too small). Luckily I saw that there was a flannel sale at JoAnn Fabrics, so I picked some up to make a few nightgowns.
I used the same kind of pattern that I used for the top of Avery's gypsy costume, I just made the sleeves longer, and made it dress length instead of shirt length. There are two great dress patterns here and here that are free to print (I ended up having to make my own using a combination of these two patterns because Avery has some super long arms and legs). Here's how they turned out...
Avery LOVES them, and the flannel is super soft and warm. Plus they only cost $5.68 a piece, thanks to the sale (and a 10% off coupon). Here's a little glimpse at how easy these nightgowns are to put together...they were totally worth the effort.
And here's the latest project I've been working on for my Etsy shop. I sold a few of these scarves at bazaars last year, and I've finally had time to make more and list them in my Etsy shop. I might have to steal one for myself though...I'm in love with the red one.