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Pajamas for Max - 10/12/2017 1:35:29 PM   
Grammie


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Finally finished the Oliver and S sleepover pajamas...love them! Our little guy is so small I made a sz. 4 jacket and sz. 2 pants...and he is 7 years old! These are just lying on the bed so not the best photo...sorry!






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RE: Pajamas for Max - 10/12/2017 3:08:56 PM   
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Those are so cute!! I know Max will be delighted. Love them.

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RE: Pajamas for Max - 10/12/2017 5:35:34 PM   
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How nice, Grammie!! Does a 7 year old do sleep-overs? At what age do those usually start??

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RE: Pajamas for Max - 10/12/2017 7:15:56 PM   
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Thanks MoDo and Barbara for those kind words. Max will not be doing sleep-overs for a long time if ever. He is a severely handicapped child who needs plenty of interventions to keep him going. The pattern is just called "Sleepover Pajamas". Our Max is a happy and accomplished little boy for all his challenges and he is blessed with good parents who work hard at making him independent.

Besides, I don't really know when sleep-overs start these days - it seems to me my kids did them at about age 8 or 10. Hard to remember that long ago - my kids are now in their 50s!

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RE: Pajamas for Max - 10/12/2017 7:29:54 PM   
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They are so cute. Glad to know some children wear PJ's. It must be such a help to be able to sew for him. It's hard to believe he is seven.

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RE: Pajamas for Max - 10/12/2017 8:52:09 PM   
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Perfect for any sleeping event, cute and practical too. Hope he enjoys them, you did a great job.

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RE: Pajamas for Max - 10/13/2017 12:26:44 PM   
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Those look like the perfect PJs for opening Christmas presents.... I made my grandson PJs one year for Christmas also did long nightgown for grand daughter and one for DIL... well I made size 2 for grand daughter... after breakfast took the sleeves to task removed the elastic and made the sleeves tight enough so she could eat without her sleeve in her meal... not such good results with DIL my son said size medium... she likely was XS I made small... my grandson was 18 months made him size 1.... he didn't wear them until age 2.5 the following year... you really need the kid on site to do accurate sizing...

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RE: Pajamas for Max - 10/13/2017 12:54:46 PM   
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Thanks, all...these went together perfectly so although they are a bit more time-consuming than others I've made, they were worth it.

I would love to put my little granddaughter in a long nightgown but cannot - she sleeps on the top bunk and climbs a ladder to go to bed!

I agree, Shirley - we need the child or at least correct measurements to do a proper job.

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RE: Pajamas for Max - 10/13/2017 3:37:09 PM   
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I had that same long distance experience, Christmas nightie fit my dgd but matching pjs for dgs were too big in the waist so he opened his gifts and had his pictures taken with a big safety pin at his waist.

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