Guess who else has new jammies?

I found it pretty awesome how many of you reacted with near-outrage at my using the word “dorky” in reference to the suggestion of making matching doll PJ’s for the girl. Consider me schooled. Now Bee-Bee has jammies. And they’re pretty cute if I do say so myself. Not dorky at all.

I eyeballed these (meaning, measured Bee-Bee’s waist and height and then just started cutting out fabric) so they’re not a perfect fit but who cares? The closure is velcro and already Clementine has been testing its limits. I’m not exactly sure she gets that her doll has PJs that match hers, but we do, and that’s what’s important. 


45 thoughts on “Guess who else has new jammies?

  1. That is SO precious! One Christmas, when I was little, my mother made a chest full of doll clothes for me. Dresses, pants, coats- even a pink snowsuit to match mine! She just used scraps of fabric from clothes she made us throughout the year so all-in-all it was a very inexpensive gift- but it provided hours and hours of entertainment! I loved it- one of the best gifts I've ever received!

  2. That is some kinda cute! I really enjoy reading your site. Your little ones are adorable and you are very talented. Thanks for all the great posts.

  3. very very adorable. Keep it up!
    I made a matching first communion dress for my little girl's dress. we still have it and she is now 26.

  4. Mmm hmm. We have the same doll. Two of them, actually. (Well, one is a Baby Stella and one is a North American Bear Co. doll.)

    We have the same booster seat, too.

    So you'll be posting the pattern for this soon, then? πŸ˜‰

  5. I can't even begin to tell you how cute this is. And just a little jealous, since I have no girls to sew for. Anxiously awaiting some more Cute Boy Awesomeness in February πŸ™‚

  6. Is it just me, or are little girls and dolls with matching jammies one of the cutest things in the world??

  7. Adrian and Becky: Have no idea what doll this is…think the name was something "Rosie" but cannot remember. maybe someone else here knows?

    Mandy: *snort* now THAT would be really DORKY.

    Marisa: No pattern forthcoming on this one I'm afraid… πŸ™‚

  8. awwww so adorable. My older girls are to big for dolls now but can not wait for my baby twins to play with dolls:) I LOVE the pjs to I need to start right now for next Christmas I need to make a list!

  9. Love!! That is the same doll we got our son so he could have his own 'baby' when his new brother was born. πŸ™‚

  10. So cute! Glad you decided to make some πŸ™‚ Now you have something to do with the scraps after you make creations for her!

  11. Wow, Rae, that's adorable. And Clementine is growing so fast! How cute they both are, especially together πŸ™‚

  12. Totally loved it!!! You are so talented. I love that your kid and her doll has matching outfits. They are cute together.:-)

  13. Again: GASPED at the cute. Love! Esp the smackdown. Took that bee-bee down to Chinatown, she did. Well done, Little Clem.

  14. Such cuteness! I want a granddaughter to dress up like that! I did use this pattern of yours to make my grandson pjs.

    Just adorable! Thanks for sharing.

  15. I just found your blog thru my daughters blog. I loved the jammies that you made and your little daughter is adorable! Tara's Mom!!

  16. What a lovely clothing pattern. Nevertheless you ain't just inspired my spirit but truly did impressed my thoughts and I'm just to set now to eventually try your cute tute.

  17. I love this!! I finally tracked down that pattern and snagged it. My daughter is 19 mos and I just couldn't resist. πŸ™‚ I'm so glad I found your blog!

    • I’m almost certain it’s called a “Rosie” doll — check the comments from the post I’ve linked to in this post though, I’m pretty sure someone asked last time too and I went and looked it up..


  18. These are such cute pj’s and the doll baby I just love her too. Thank you for sharing both the pj’s and the doll. I know a little girl who would just love to have her.

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