A PJ Giveaway

So one of my besties is getting married tomorrow! It’s all very exciting! I’ve made our bridesmaids outfits – 4 Martine jumpsuits out of a gorgeous Stoff & Stil navy floral viscose. (I’ll be showing them off on here soon!).

I managed to get loads of leftover fabric after I’d finished making them – either I’d massively overestimated how much each jumpsuit would take or I’ve gotten way too good at playing pattern Tetris…

So with the leftover fabric, I thought I’d make something for the bride as well!

It’s been gifted now so I’m able to share it with you guys!

I made a little pyjama set with a matching kimono robe!

I mixed up the patterns and added a bit of self drafting too to get the set I wanted.

The top is the Aime Comme Marie Miss camisole with an altered facing.

The shorts are the Tilly and the Buttons Fifi bottoms.

The kimono robe I actually drafted myself! They’re super easy to make. It’s mostly just sewing straight lines! (I might do a tutorial on that if anyone is interested!).

I purposely made a really simple set because I wanted to keep the gift a surprise and I didn’t want to run into any fitting issues!

I’m all about giving at the moment and I’ve got a little something for one of you guys too!

A copy of the new Piccadilly Pyjama pattern from Nina Lee! (See my tester version of them here!).

To be in with a chance of winning just add a comment below. I’ll be sharing this over on my Instagram account tomorrow too so head over there for another chance to win!

Entry will close on Wednesday 4th April at noon BST. The winner will be contacted within 24hrs via the comment section here or DM on Instagram. Worldwide entries are welcome!

Good luck!

45 comments

  1. I keep thinking I should sew some gifts and pyjamas seem like a great idea. But maybe illI need to make some for me first ๐Ÿ˜€

  2. Lovely pyjamas – both the set you made (so gorgeous!!) and the pattern! I’m always looking for good PJ patterns because I make them a lot, both for myself and my husband, and the Nina Lee Piccadilly PJs look adorable!

    I would LOVE a tutorial for the kimono robe, by the way, it’s really stunning! The bride is a really lucky girl. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Such a beautiful lingerie set gift for the bride! That fabric is just gorgeous and it will be especially nice for her to have it as a keep-sake of her wedding. What a brilliant idea – I bet she loved it ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Lucky friend to receive such a beautiful gift. Yes please I would love to try a pj pattern and a robe tutorial

  5. How awesome! Iโ€™ve been sewing for 3 years now, I think itโ€™s time to set the machine for nice PJs!

  6. When I read that it was your besties wedding tomorrow I thought that the material was so fabulous you could go in your pyjamas.
    I’m never normally brave enough to squash the pattern on the fabric but I’ve been trying it out recently and it works really well.

  7. So cute, I’m sure she’s gonna love them. I would love a tutorial on the kimono and please don’t stop there you are really great at explaining how to hack a pattern. I love that you go outside of the box. I really enjoy your posts, thanks.,from the other side of the pond.Cheri from Auburn Washington, Usa

  8. You made such a lovely and thoughtful gift for your friend. She was smart to pick you for a bridesmaid!
    I would love to try the pajama pattern.

  9. That is such a cute and thoughtful present! I love the fabric choice too! Looks perfect for the dress I’m planning to make to attend a friend’s wedding this summer so I’ll check it out.

  10. Just returned to sewing after a twenty year break and delighted to find such a wonderful online community. The PJ pattern would be a great way to build my confidence. Would also love a kimono tutorial. Hope the sun shines for the wedding.

  11. I’ve been giving a serious ponder to classing up my jammas, and this pattern looks like just the thing! I love your tester set!

  12. That PJ set turned out awesome and is a great way to use extra fabric.Those little bits left over when cutting out a single garment really add up when you multiply the yardage! Love the curved hems on the pattern as well, gives them a little something something that makes me feel like I need yet another PJ pattern.

  13. Such a lovely thoughtful gift. A reminder of her wedding for everyday wear.
    I’d love to win the Nina Lee Picadilly pattern as I don’t own any me made pyjamas and I haven’t tried a Nina Lee pattern and keep eyeing up her portabello trousers.

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