Three! Three new pairs of jammy pants! Count them! Ah! Hah! Hah! HAH!
For those playing along at home, I’ve made three new pairs of Pajama bottoms since the start of the year. I was hoping for five, one per week, but three is better than zero. And it makes a little more sense, too; I mean, I can only wear so many a day, right? And I told myself that for every pair I make, I have to get rid of a pair that I’m wearing out (remember a couple years ago when I was complaining about not being able to find any plaid pajama bottoms, and found like about seven pairs?).
My rough idea is to make a few knitting project bags (sock sized, or small project sized) out of old blue-jeans legs, and lining them on the inside with plaid pajama bottom material. Thanks to Pinterst, I have found a small round project bag tutorial so you can get a rough idea of what I’m thinking of; my friend Laura has loaned me a bag book, and Quinn has bought me a couple bag books off my wish list, and there are enough projects in there that I could use my basic idea but not necessarily have all the bags look the same.
I might also make a couple different Nook covers, like the one I made earlier, and try to make them look a little more “finished.”