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Thread: PJ Eater Pattern? (sort of a pillow like thing to store Pajamas)

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    anyone see a tutorial on how to make one of these? or have you made one? is there a free pattern out there some where?

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    I'll send Craftybear a note and she'll check in teh morning. She is the one to ask. She can find it.

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    She can find anything!
    just thought someone may of made up their own pattern and done a tutorial on a blog or something. i can make up my own quilt block patterns, but when it comes to "sewing" i draw a blank..can't wrap my head around sewing patterns..strange isn't it?!


    Quote Originally Posted by debbieumphress
    I'll send Craftybear a note and she'll check in teh morning. She is the one to ask. She can find it.

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    http://sewfearless.com/2011/08/05/pa...-the-tutorial/

    Here is a tutorial that looks doable :-).

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    it used to be free, now it is $10.00 for the download.

    which if fine, if i can't find something similar to make.

    thanks!

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    I forgot about these, back in the 60's or 70's they had dolls that held your night clothes that sat on your bed :)

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    I forgot about these, back in the 60's or 70's they had dolls that held your night clothes that sat on your bed :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by raedar63
    I forgot about these, back in the 60's or 70's they had dolls that held your night clothes that sat on your bed :)
    i found a site that sells the vintage patterns for these..the dolls,animals that held our pajamies! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murphy
    http://sewfearless.com/2011/08/05/pa...-the-tutorial/

    Here is a tutorial that looks doable :-).
    Sew cute..........thank you for sharing the site!

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    Those are really cute!

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    if anyone knows 0f a free pattern please p.m. me

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    These are so cute, i may have to buy and make for my two little grandsons
    Mary

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    My mom made us kids rag dolls that we could put our pjs inside the tummy. She had a slit in the back of the doll and we would snap it shut.
    When our kids were little, we taught them to fold them and put them under their pillows. Didn't want the worn pjs put back in the drawer or laying on the bed or floor. They were taught at about 4 yrs old to help make their beds. They had the job of putting their pjs under the pillows.

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