New Pyjamas Pattern with Giveaway

I will admit that I’m pretty excited about releasing this pattern and I have to say (again) that I think this is my favourite.  I guess it helps when you are making it out of the loveliest flannel.

This was viking inspired with a wrap around key hole tunic, side ties, viking battle helmet with pom pom horns and big flannel boots.  Well you get the picture – a fluffy kind of viking.  It even had a pom pom covered vest- I haven’t forgotten this idea and will post it as a tutorial in the next few months even if it didn’t make the pattern itself.  I just need to will myself into making lots of pom poms.

In the end it is still viking inspired but I changed the tunic to a scoop neck with buttons and I’m glad I did,  it will be a lot more comfortable than the ties.

I made a matching boys and girls version but gave Amanda the girls version for the photographs. She captured the PJs perfectly.  How do you photograph PJs?

I love the cuff sleeves.  You can mix and match the materials you have available or purchase some of these fantastic themed flannels available.

The pattern includes instructions and a template for matching boots and the helmet (of course).

The helmet will be provided as a free pattern and listed of this site and SewMamaSew.

The fabric is Riley Blake – Love Birds which I purchased at The Flannel Queen.

So as part of the new website launch (lovely isn’t it?  You can thank Sofia for me), I’m giving away a PDF pattern version of the PJs.  All you have to do is leave a little comment to let me know you are out there (and contact details if you don’t have a blog or web) so I can include you in the draw at the end of April.

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45 Responses to New Pyjamas Pattern with Giveaway

  1. Georgia brungs says:

    Wow that is a beautiful pattern! I love it!

  2. Susan says:

    Shame she didn’t photograph the boy’s version. I would love to see that made up or better still to win the pattern and then I can sew it! Susan

  3. Meg says:

    Wow, now they look like pjs i could see my little princess in. Can’t wait to try this pattern and even have some lovely flannel ready to go. Love your patterns!

  4. Philippa says:

    Hi Benita
    GORGEOUS NEW PATTERN – just love it – mmmmm you should do these in grown up sizes!!! would love to win the kiddie version too :-)
    Philippa x

  5. Philippa says:

    PS LOVE the new website x

  6. Christina Trotter says:

    Love the pj’s can see my three kids in them. Red and blue for my son and purple for eldest daughter and youngest the colours of the rainbow. Just about to cut out you market skirt for me. Love the patterns


  7. Linda S says:

    Love your work. Your patterns are beautiful and easy to follow

  8. Jo says:

    The most adorable viking I’ve ever seen!

  9. Christy Vander Jagt says:

    Love it!!!!

  10. Sarah Casey says:

    Wow, so georgous! Just love them!

  11. Vik says:

    Oh wow, love these. Super cute and make the pj’s I’m making at the moment look completely b.o.r.i.n.g!

  12. VickiT says:

    Oh my gosh! That is such an adorable little girl showing off your beautiful creation. And such a great choice you made in using that fabric too. Just beautiful. I know my own Granddaughter would be thrilled to wear these. Thank you for the chance to win your beautiful pattern.

    And the site looks wonderful. Great job!

  13. Zandra says:

    love them! Was in Japan recently and they had something similar that the little boys wore. I think my two year old boy would look so cute in them. He is really in to dragons and vikings at the moment. Can’t wait to see the helmet!

  14. Lisa says:

    I Love these jammies! I definitely need a good pajama pattern because I don’t have any.

  15. Stacey Harding says:

    Those are adorable! Would love to make some of these.

  16. Christine says:

    I love kimono tops!!! this pattern looks lovely….good pieces and diagram.

    I would love to win it!

  17. Erin says:

    Very, VERY cute!!!

  18. Michelle says:

    Oh how adorable! I have a nephew who is totally into how to tame a dragon..and he would LOVE these!

    I’ll be sharing this via Facebook!

  19. Chantal Roder says:

    Love love love the new little PJ set. The fabrics are adorable ! Cant wait to sew a set for my little Sophie xx

  20. Kate says:

    Love the website & all your creativeness! Well done & keep it coming!

  21. Oh these look so snuggly. Perfect for the coming winter. I can just imagine all the lovely fabric combinations *drools*

  22. Jill says:

    Just gorgeous – I would spend all day in pyjamas myself if I could, and am raising my 3 kids to think the same way :-) These are just beautiful. And the new website is too!

  23. elflyn says:

    OMG too too cute.
    I would dearly love to make some of these for my little boys!

  24. Fran Graham says:

    Hi, I have a few of your patterns and absolutly love how easy they are to do. Great new pattern, fingers crossed I win!

  25. Chris Anthony says:

    Just love your patterns! Really love this new one too!!

  26. Cayce says:

    Adorable! I’m so happy to have stumbled across your blog!

  27. Sarah says:

    I looove your patterns! I loooove your blog! I would looove a new pattern by you to put to the test on my lot! Congratulations on your new website and pattern :)

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  29. Ms. Z says:

    Absolutely adorable! And I love, love the new site!

  30. sara says:

    I’ve been looking for a great pajamas pattern – this one is lovely!

  31. Angie says:

    Just love your patterns!Adorable!

  32. Corina says:

    I just got on my mail two of your beautiful patterns I bought through etsy. I´m so excited about it!! I love your new site, I’ll bookmark it and will check it often looking for new ideas to sew. Please include me in the draw for the pyjama pattern!!

  33. Seema S says:

    Would love to win these.

  34. Rebecca says:

    Love the Pyjamas!!!…my daughter has just turned 1 started wearing “big girl jammies”, so these would be perfect!! Love your patterns, keep up the wonderful work.

  35. Tanya says:

    I’m just about to start sewing your onesie pattern for my younger son, but this cute little number would be great for my older one. Am sure he will also love a matching a viking helmet….

  36. Karen says:

    The pattern is gorgeous – so nice to see something different to straight buttons on the front!

  37. CJ says:

    Would love to make these for my kids! So cute!!

  38. Melissa Jones says:

    Am I too late? I just found your blog after purchasing the market skirt pattern from SewMamaSew. I whipped it up in short order this evening! Love it! And Love those jammies. Would love a chance to win the free pattern.

  39. Rachael Costello says:

    Wow- just stumbled upon your site via etsy search! Love your stuff! Any chance you are still giving away the pj pattern?

  40. Patricia says:

    I love it!!! can i have this?

  41. Claire says:

    I have purchased the Market Skirt pattern and popped onto your website and found this give away – not sure if the pattern is still up for grabs, but I’d sure like it – your stuff is amazing!

  42. Michelle says:

    Such a cute pattern! I jumped over from SMS to check out the New Additions pattern and saw the giveaway!

  43. Have just bought some cute flannelette to make the grand kids some new PJs this pattern would be perfect. I am currently making you Summer Breeze Jacket in the Homespun mag. This is where I discover you. Thanks for the great pattern.

  44. Kathy Davis says:

    I just ordered a pattern from your Etsy site. Love your patterns and this one is no exception. Thanks,

  45. Ulrika says:

    Wow! Beautiful! I can imagine my two grandchildren, Olivia 3 and Felicia 1,5, (the most beautiful girls in the world) wearing this.

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