168 responses

  1. stitchknit
    August 5, 2011

    These are SO cute. I don’t have any little ones to make one for! :( I always have a couple teen foster boys ………….and I’m pretty sure I couldn’t convince them to use one of these little guys.

    Very creative!

    • Alana
      August 6, 2011

      Make me one :D
      Haha Kidding :)

  2. Antoinette
    August 5, 2011

    These are genius! So well done.

  3. Kim Kruse ~ The Sassy Crafter
    August 5, 2011

    These are adorable! And what a great way to make tidying up fun for little kids

  4. HighDesertGal
    August 5, 2011

    This is so inspiring that I’m going to break out my too little used sewing machine (after my vacation) and make two of these.

    • Jodi
      August 5, 2011

      wonderful!

  5. Carole
    August 5, 2011

    I love these! I am going to make one to use as a “Sound Muncher” for my classroom:) Thanks for sharing:)

    • Jodi
      August 6, 2011

      what a great use!

  6. wendy
    August 5, 2011

    Fabulous!! I’ll be making at least a couple of these… I think they’ll make great christmas gifts for small nieces and nephews. Thanks!!! :)

    • Jodi
      August 6, 2011

      I have a couple niees that will get them for christmas too.

  7. Andrea
    August 5, 2011

    I love these, and I’m sure my Monica would think they are just as fabulous. :)

    • Jodi
      August 6, 2011

      I haven’t meet a kid who didn’t smile when they met one. :)

  8. Monster For Rent
    August 5, 2011

    I’m a 41 year-old guy with no children & my girlfriend’s kids are in their late teens. That said, the minute I saw these, I had to come and leave you a comment.

    These are adorable!!! I would have to think that every child lucky enough to have one of these would cherish it for their whole life. Great job!

    • Jodi
      August 5, 2011

      That is probably the funniest response I’ve gotten yet. :) thanks for stopping by.

  9. patricia escanho
    August 5, 2011

    These are so cute! My son has a sleep over tomorrow night and I hope to manage to make one for him and another one for his cousin. Tks for the tutorial!

    • Jodi
      August 5, 2011

      Send pictures!! I would love to see!

  10. Elizabeth
    August 5, 2011

    What a fantastic pattern and idea!!!! I looove it!!

  11. smalltowngirl
    August 5, 2011

    Those are one of the cutest things I’ve seen in a long time! Thanks so much for sharing!!

  12. luciana hastings
    August 6, 2011

    They’ll look awesome as a backpack. really ADORABLE :)

    • Jodi
      August 6, 2011

      great idea!

  13. anne weaver
    August 6, 2011

    These are soooo cute!! I love their zipper mouths! I linked to your tutorial on Craft Gossip Sewing:
    http://sewing.craftgossip.com/free-pattern-pajama-eaters-monster-pillows/2011/08/06/

    –Anne

    • Jodi
      August 6, 2011

      Thanks for linking!

  14. jen
    August 6, 2011

    LOVE these! I’m going to make 3 – one for me, one for my husband, and one for our daughter .

    • Jodi
      August 6, 2011

      I hope your husband enjoys it! :)

  15. Sarah F
    August 6, 2011

    This is awesome!!!! Also, totally love that the directions are in comic book form. Even my hubby said he would learn to sew to make this awesome creation!!!! I promise to post a finished pic(……if I finish it this year!!!) my to make list is soooo long!

  16. Rebecca
    August 6, 2011

    Thank you so much for this pattern and tutorial! I think this will be Christmas gifts for my kids this year. Maybe they’ll understand that they can wear pj’s more than once and it will lighten my laundry load some. I found this on pinterest and will repin to share with my friends, have liked your facebook and will definitely share pictures of my finished projects. Thank you again!

    • Jodi
      August 6, 2011

      Thank you for sharing with your friends. I hope they lighten your (laundry) load!

  17. Missy
    August 6, 2011

    Love the idea! I have several younger nieces and nephews for whom I will make these for Christmas. I will stay away from the monster theme, though, since three of the children just buried their father yesterday. Instead, I will modify each Pajama Eater to match each niece or nephew’s interest/favorite character. This should be a great hit!
    ~ Missy

    • Jodi
      August 6, 2011

      What a sweet gift at such a hard time. I will keep them in my prayers today.

      • Missy
        August 6, 2011

        Thank you so much. They are 9, 8, and almost 2. Prayers are definitely appreciated. :)

  18. Rosalix
    August 6, 2011

    It is fantastic! I loved it!

  19. Michelle
    August 6, 2011

    What a fabulous tutorial! Crystal-clear directions AND eye candy in the form of a comic book. Plus, I’ve been trying (and failing) to find an ingenious way to convince my 7-year-old not to toss her pajamas into the laundry EVERY day. I am laundry-weary. Maybe this is the answer to my problem. Thank you!

  20. Shelly
    August 6, 2011

    Super Cute! Great idea and thank you!

  21. Veronica
    August 6, 2011

    These are so cute! My little guy will love it and I’m pretty sure my niece will be getting one for Christmas. Thank you for the freebie!

  22. Dorothee-Maria
    August 6, 2011

    Ooh, I am in love…!!
    These are too cute!
    Thank you so much for sharing this,
    I can’t wait to try that.
    I am going to make one adorable monster for each and every possible “victim” for that! :]
    To make them smile, every time they see/use it, just like I can’t stop smiling now. ♥!!!
    I will make one to sit with us in our living room, keeping our remote controls out of reach for our little girl – finally an “appropriate place” for them! :]
    Again:
    THANK YOU, for making my heart beating a little faster.

    • Jodi
      August 7, 2011

      Remote Control eaters?!!? That would most excellent. :)

  23. Toqua’s Crafts
    August 6, 2011

    I found you via CraftGossip.com
    I LOVE these! I think my grandson’s will be getting these for Christmas! (They’re 6 and 2… perfect ages!)
    I like how your instructions look like cartoons! That is so creative! I’m sure you have a program that you work with to do that.
    I liked you on FB!
    Have a GREAT day!

  24. luvinthemommyhood
    August 6, 2011

    Oh my gosh, I’m dying over this! So adorable!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Pinned :)

    • Jodi
      August 7, 2011

      Thanks for pinning, Shannon! ;)

  25. Simone
    August 6, 2011

    Hey, these are amazing! I am so glad I found this. I plan on making them at Christmas presents for my godson and younger cousins and maybe even one for myself because they are just so darn cute! I have a silly question however, with the batting, do the pj’s sit on top of the batting in the mouth or did I just not read correctly and there’s a top “pouch” for the pjs and batting underneath that? Just out of curiosity..
    Thanks again for the tutorial though, I can’t wait to whip a few of these up!

    • Jodi
      August 7, 2011

      I am not sure what you are asking. The PJs are separated from the stuffing, The pocket you put them in lays on front of the space that is stuffed with the pocket. Does that help?

      • Simone
        August 17, 2011

        Yes! Thank you so much!

    • Lucy
      August 31, 2011

      Haha, I had that thought too, don’t worry. Glad for the clarification.

  26. GranmaPotter
    August 7, 2011

    Jodi, to cute. Add strapes and you have a backpack. way to cute to stay hidden in a room.

  27. Cristina
    August 7, 2011

    Thank you for the tutorial. This monsters will make any children happy.

  28. Pam
    August 7, 2011

    I’m awestruck! These are so adorable and you are one creative lady! I’ll be making at least 4 of these for my great nieces and nephews for Christmas. I’d also love to make a few to donate to Toys for Tots this year if that would be okay? I’ll post on my blog when these are complete and link back to this original post. Thank you so much for your generosity!

    • Jodi
      August 7, 2011

      You can definitely make them for Toys for Tots! Pictures and link backs are greatly appreciated.

  29. Alexis Gerritsen
    August 7, 2011

    Dear Jodi, I could print the instructions BUT the pattern for the pyjamam eaters would only print the arm, some of the teeth and nothing else! Please can you help with the pattern? Alexis,

    • Jodi
      August 7, 2011

      The pattern pieces are for all the non-rectangular pieces and there should be one for the teeth, arm, sole of foot, and eyes. Could you see all of those?

      The measurements for the rectangular pieces are given in the directions. If you have a rotary cutter and rulerthis is a very quick task. Use a ruler to measure and draw out the rectangular pieces on your fabric and then cut out. Hope that helps!

      • Alexis Gerritsen
        August 8, 2011

        Hi Jodi, My pattern printout (3times!) cuts off just past the bit that says “To print this pattern correctly” on the sole. Then nothing.

      • Jodi
        August 8, 2011

        I’m sorry to hear that, Alexis. That must be so frustrating. I can’t think of what could be wrong, except maybe something to do with the pdf reader that you are using? I’ll try emailing you the pattern directly to see if that helps.

  30. Storm
    August 8, 2011

    I’ve already been to the fabric store 3 times this week, but it looks like I will be making another trip today after work to get supplies for these guys. They are absolutely fantastic, and I love the ideas others had of using them as backpacks or to hold remote controls. I’m thinking of making one for remotes in my house (as we seem to have 2 remotes, and a multitude of video game controllers that we can never find) and another for my neice for her PJ’s.

    Thank you so much for the instructions!

  31. wanderlea
    August 8, 2011

    Adoro seus trabalhos. Lindos estes monstrinhos!!!

  32. Alexis Gerritsen
    August 8, 2011

    Dear Jodi, Thank you very much – it’s perfect now – arms, sole and eyes! I’l start as soon as possible. Thank you for the wonderful help.

  33. Neca Pradera
    August 10, 2011

    Amei!!!! Lindo!!!!
    Obrigada!

  34. Joan Gunter
    August 10, 2011

    Hi Jodi,
    At last an easy fun Christmas project for my youngest grandchildren (I’m considering some ideas for the teenagers as well). I’ll send pictures but it will be a day or two before I begin. We have a big family reunion on the docket and I’m the matriarch of our family. Thanks for making this free!

  35. VNitz, MyLittleCuddles
    August 10, 2011

    Saw your fab design today on the Bernina FB page. I had trouble printing like others but found this helpful tip also on the Bernina FB page: “@Elizabeth Bay — Very cute! This may be a Christmas present for my grandson. I had trouble printing too, until I realized I was using the wrong print menu. __Choose File/Print from below the words Google Doc__. I was using the web browser print screen and printing only the screen shot.”
    *Also – as I am outside the US, I set my printer to size the doc for US Letter paper, 8.5×11 inches*
    I’m going to make one for my son who will be 4 in 2 weeks! Thanks for sharing!!!

    • Jodi
      August 10, 2011

      Thanks for the tip! That would explain the trouble.

  36. Wendy Tortoriello
    August 10, 2011

    Oh wow, I LOVE these! I hope my twin toddlers will love them too :)

    2 Pajama eaters for their bedroom, but I’m seriously considering making a remote control eater for the living room too! (Thanks for the great idea fellow commenter!)

    Wish me luck, this will be my 1st real zipper attempt… Thanks :)

    • Jodi
      August 10, 2011

      Good luck! I recommend starting sewing with the zipper unzipped halfway. When you are close to the zipper pull, stop sewing with the needle down, left up the foot and scootch the zipper pull behind foot, then keep sewing.

  37. Rebeca
    August 11, 2011

    Lindos demais! Uma ótima ideia! Parabéns!

  38. Jenny
    August 11, 2011

    These. Are. Amazing. ALL my friends are getting them as presents. And I’m 27.

  39. Esther
    August 12, 2011

    Thank you for the great tutorial. I will make some little monsters for my grand children. can already see there faces!

    Esther

  40. Reenie
    August 12, 2011

    Jodi- these are ADORABLE and BRILLIANT. Now I want one. And I love the idea of one for the remotes too!! And Christmas gifts for the munchkins, and everything. This might be your million dollar idea, babe. I am so inspired, awed, impressed… you’re my hero :)

  41. michelle
    August 12, 2011

    my daughter told me not to make a “stuffed guy” (family name for plush) fir her to take to colledge, but if I make a goth version of this, she may take it with. Maybe even keep sleepware in it!

  42. Vanina
    August 12, 2011

    This is so cute! Wonderful idea. When I make one I would let you know. Thank you so much for sharing!

  43. clothespin
    August 12, 2011

    LOVE it. Perfect for my little girl and her cousins. But, with 5 cousins to sew for, I need to get busy soon! My sewing list is SO LONG. It’s not even funny. Thanks for adding to it!

  44. Bird
    August 13, 2011

    This is sooooooo cool!! Makes me smile! :)

    BTW, thanks for the heads up on the sugar lollipops. They have included a link, which is ok by me. Some people share and don’t even bother to link back!
    I appreciate you looking out for me!! :)

    Have a sweet weekend!!
    XOXO
    Bird

    • Jodi
      August 13, 2011

      No problem. I know I would want be told if someone was republishing my blog posts in their entirety on other websites. Link back or not.

  45. Jennifer
    August 14, 2011

    My first monster turned out GREAT (even though I accidentally put the legs on sideways, lol)!! I’m going to be making quite a few of these for Christmas and birthdays this year! Hubs is in the AirForce, and wants me to make some using some of his old uniforms (he even asked if I’m gonna make him one!) – I think they’ll be awesome gifts for the little boys on my list! Thanks so much!!

  46. Melissa Huffines
    August 14, 2011

    So cute! I’m going to make these for my 4 daughters for Christmas! What a great idea :) If I have the energy after four, I’ve got lot’s of little family members that would love these too! Thanks so much for sharing!

  47. Missy
    August 14, 2011

    I LOVE that you will use hubby’s uniforms to make this! Very, very cool!

    • Jodi
      August 14, 2011

      it is!

  48. Sara Mounts Silvers
    August 14, 2011

    Julie, I am so making these Brynn and Nathan for Christmas!

  49. Jaimee
    August 14, 2011

    This has got to be one of the cutest projects I’ve seen!? What a GREAT idea! I adore your blog title and the banner with Wonder Woman. I have a Wonder Woman action figure on my sewing table. I like to think her little fist-pumping is all to cheer me on ; ) Been poking around your blog…good stuff! I’m going to share your Pajama Eaters on my crafty facebook page : )

    • Jodi
      August 15, 2011

      REALLY?!?! As a mom of three boys, you are a wonder woman yourself. :)

      And thanks for sharing.

  50. Lauren M.
    August 14, 2011

    These look amazing….I sooo wish I could sew!! I’m going to see if my mother in law can help me make one when she comes in town…I know both my kids would really love them! thank you for sharing and I’m pinning right now!!

  51. Karla
    August 16, 2011

    Do you still have the patterns available? I’ve been trying to download with no sucess… I want to cry!
    I really want to try these for my two boys

    • Jodi
      August 16, 2011

      It should be still available. email me with more details on what errors you are receiving and I will try to troubleshoot with you. sewfearless [at] gmail [dot] com

  52. Kim
    August 16, 2011

    I am not sure if the pattern printed out right for me. I did it the way you said and all of the pieces ended up on one sheet of paper still, can that be right? I’m trying this as my very first sewing project and have no idea what I’m doing.

    • Jodi
      August 16, 2011

      There is only one page to the PDF pattern. You should be able to see the arm, teeth, foot, and a few eye options. The rectangular pieces are not included. You will have to measure those out using a ruler.

      • Kim
        August 16, 2011

        Thank you so much, I guess it just looks bigger in the pictures so I thought it wouldn’t all fit on one page. I’m going to give it a try, hope it turns out well.

      • Jodi
        August 16, 2011

        The teeth are cut “on the fold” so that is why they look so small. Also, be sure to select “no scaling” when printing the PDF.

    • Jodi
      August 16, 2011

      There has been a small amount of confusion about accessing the file through Google Docs. When you click on the link to the pattern above, it will take you to the file within Google Docs. To download the PDF, you must click on the “File” menu *underneath* the Google Docs logo. From that menu select either “print” or “download original file”.

  53. Grant Ashley
    August 17, 2011

    these are genuinely amazing. my mother is making one for a family who is an artist and loves toys. thank you for sharing such a cool thing!

  54. Samantha
    August 17, 2011

    Thank you for sharing this! I think my daughter and I might make one together for my son’s upcoming 8th birthday. Too cool!

  55. By Night
    August 17, 2011

    Thank you so, so much for this awesome idea and tutorial. I just made one for a friend’s kid. He named it ‘Victor’. Here’s the link to my post: http://madebynight.blogspot.com/2011/08/il-sappelle-victor.html
    I followed totally the tutorial except I added ears.
    Thanks again!

    • Jodi
      August 17, 2011

      Victor is adorable! Feel free to share him on the facebook fan page!

  56. dolly
    August 17, 2011

    hello i`m from germany
    my english is not so good (-:
    the tutoiral is very very nice!!!!!!!!!!! thx!!!
    http://das-moderne-tapfere-schneiderlein.blogspot.com/2011/08/oska-frisst-alles.html

    from hamburg dolly (-:

    • Jodi
      August 17, 2011

      LOVE IT! :)

      • dolly
        August 17, 2011

        its a crazy monster! xD me too! hahahahhahaha

  57. Nikki
    August 19, 2011

    Love!!! I would have to get over my fear of sewing zippers to make this!

    • Jodi
      August 20, 2011

      These are pretty easy zippers to install And I hate installing zippers.

      I just learned of using a glue stick to hold the zipper in place for sewing . Genius! Pins are so fiddly around zippers.

  58. Noctua
    August 22, 2011

    Hi! I just saw these super-cute monsters and even though I won’t have time to sew one for the next months, I wanted to let you know, that in my eyes they are totally gorgeous! :)
    I found a quite similar but smaller monster in a little shop in Germany some time ago – it was to “eat” all the sorrows you write on a little piece of paper, so you don’t have to be sad anymore. I thought this to be quite cute. But your monster is both cute and practical which makes it even better. :D

  59. Maria
    August 23, 2011

    I really cannot saw to save my life but I really really want this!! Is there anyone who would be willing to make it and I’ll buy it from you? Please? my email is mboix001@fiu.edu

  60. Jennifer
    August 26, 2011

    Oh I am so excited!!! Thank you for the pattern and directions!!! I can’t wait to post my pictures.

  61. Heather Nordland Leurquin
    August 28, 2011

    love this pattern…will be making more :) use for the scrap heap :)

  62. Whitney
    August 29, 2011

    Ahh these are wonderful! Any way I can buy these? I checked out Vanessa’s Etsy but I wasnt as in love with hers as I am these ones.. Is anyone selling them cheap so I can give one to my baby sister? :)

  63. Kate
    August 29, 2011

    I don’t sew. I have to start it now :) They are adorable!

  64. Heather Nordland Leurquin
    August 29, 2011

    fair warning for those thinking about making one…..you CANT JUST MAKE ONE….i am now in the process of 3 and 4 is almost planned out….amazing i LOVE LOVE LOVE them…all the kids in the family will have at least one before i am done i think!! i made one without a zipper and still turned out amazing and #3 has horns :) #4 is going to be out of a shirt from my late dad :)

    • Heather Nordland Leurquin
      August 29, 2011

      and it’s my first time with fusible web TY for making me step outside my comfort zone!! i get stuck in a crafting rut every once in a while :)

      • Jodi
        August 30, 2011

        That’s what I’m all about! Dive right in and learn something new! So glad you are loving them. I love your pictures. :)

  65. Heather Nordland Leurquin
    August 29, 2011
  66. Shalane
    August 31, 2011

    Does the pattern print on one 8X11 sheet of paper?
    I don’t have the option to click ‘no scaling’ so I’m not sure if it printed correctly.

    • Jodi
      August 31, 2011

      yes it does. You will have more options to print if you download the pdf file to your computer and open it in a program like Adobe Reader.

  67. kathy
    September 1, 2011

    Very cute I am making one for my grand child

  68. becky
    September 3, 2011

    So adorable!

  69. Lisa
    September 3, 2011

    These are so cute! But I am so not crafty. Have you considered selling them on ETSY?

  70. Danielle
    September 3, 2011

    Thanks for the awsome tutorial!! I made one for my son last night for christmas!
    I linked to your post and blog at my blog here: http://realhousewifeofarizona.blogspot.com/2011/09/pajama-eaters.html
    Thanks again!!

  71. Monica B
    September 4, 2011

    Ohhhhhh I love these!! SOOOOO cute!! Thank you for sharing with us. I’m totally going to bust out and make one. With eyelashes! :D

  72. Julie
    September 7, 2011

    so cute! I will so have to make one for my 3 yr old niece who is obsessed with monsters.

  73. Michelle
    September 11, 2011

    I LOVE these!

    I’m from Denmark, so my english is not to good. Is the patteren no longer available? :( I would love to make one of these! Fantastic idea!

  74. Amber
    September 13, 2011

    How adorable! i came across these on Sumble & have fallen in-love! My 3 year old has to fold his clothes at the end of his bed but i think this would be a more fun (and appealing) idea.
    i am a horrible sewer but am going to attempt to make these. you should sell these, they’d be a hit!

  75. lindernomics
    September 13, 2011

    This is probably the cutest thing I have ever seen. Love it!

  76. Lia
    September 15, 2011

    I just placed a picture-link of your pajama eaters on my blog. Such a great idea!! They are already in my list of projects to do in the future.

  77. Flo
    September 25, 2011

    Hello, thank’s a lot for this tutorial and pattern ! Here is my version : http://jaipasfini.org/?p=1963

  78. Jody
    October 4, 2011

    Awww man, Im so disapointed, I finally got the time and stuff to make these pj monsters and can’t do it, I printed the pattern out over a month ago and now I cant find it. My computer broke and I just got it back and was going to print off the pattern again but now it ‘s not free. :(
    My daughter will be so disapointed! I guess I will have to look around and hopfuly I can find it. .

    Thank You for the great monsters.

  79. chrissy carter
    November 12, 2011

    I amtrying to find the directions for these cute pajami monsters…… I love them I have a 21 month old son who I bet would just love them. I just started sewing, i would love to try and make these.

  80. Chrissy carter
    November 19, 2011

    I am having trouble understanding how to sew the sole of the foot to the leg?????? It seems impossible! Can anyone help me??

    • Jodi
      November 19, 2011

      Chrissy, I’m sending you an email.

  81. Fran P
    November 27, 2011

    I just about finished with this pattern, but like the previous post, I don’t understand the sewing of the sole to the foot, please help me, thanks. Fran

    • Jodi
      November 27, 2011

      Things can look a tricky when fitting a curved edge (the sole) to a straight one (the leg). First, I am going to assume that the leg was sewn together properly. It should be a short fat tube, not a long skinny one. And that you printed out the pattern according to directions (you chose “no scaling” when printing).

      The circumference of the leg tube and the circumference of the outer edge of the sole do NOT match up, but the circumference of the tube and the circumference of the sole seam do. This is probably were your confusion is. Match up the bottom edge of the leg to the edge of sole. When fitting it to the curved corners, clip into the leg’s seam allowance (no farther than 1/4″ in ) maybe every 1/8 inch or so. This allows you to spread (or “ease”) out the leg’s seam allowance edge to fit the sole’s edge and the leg and sole will match up at the seam line.

      This is a nice picture of what I mean by clipping the seam allowance and stretching it around a curve. http://www.burdastyle.com/techniques/sewing-curves-made-easy/technique_steps/3

      Hope that helps. If I didn’t explain it well enough, please email me. (sewfearless at gmail dot com)

  82. Tiffany
    December 8, 2011

    love this idea! i must try it!

  83. Angela
    December 20, 2011

    I made two of these for Christmas presents and the people I showed them too raved about them I now have requests from my friends who can’t sew to make the for their kids. Thanks for the great pattern – and they are so easy too. I pretty much got each one together in a day!

    • Jodi
      December 28, 2011

      I’m glad to hear it. :)

  84. lala
    December 28, 2011

    achei o maximo voce é um gênio parabéns.

    • Jodi
      December 28, 2011

      Thank you very much. :)

  85. Needle in the Haley
    January 8, 2012

    hey Jodi –

    I am at the VERY last step here with my pj eaters for my niece and nephew. They look great; however, I can’t exactly understand the steps 26 through the end. Is there an area where I can ask some basic questions? I don’t want to flood your comment area.

    Thanks!

    • Jodi
      January 9, 2012

      Sure! Send me an email sewfearless @ gmail . com or message me on twitter. @sewfearless

  86. Amber T.
    January 22, 2012

    I just bought the pattern last week and finished my first one just now. It is super cute! I just love the idea and the steps went together pretty easy. The legs are a bit tricky, but take your time and don’t overfill them and they are easy too. I’m glad I found this pattern in January – gives me plenty of time to make all the nieces and nephews one for Christmas! Thanks so much!

  87. Ann C.
    February 2, 2012

    I was bummed to find that the pattern is not free anymore, but $10.00?? Now that’s a little greedy I think, specially for a pattern that is not that hard to figure out. I understand trying to profit from your creativity, but that’s a little much, considering that it started as a free tutorial. Good luck.

    • Jen
      February 7, 2012

      I am super annoyed that it is not free. I can barely afford to pay for the fabric and now I have to buy the pattern? Lame.

  88. Thea
    February 3, 2012

    Very cute .. another thing to think about making. So many projects, so little time ..

  89. sierra sky
    March 15, 2012

    are they not free any more? so sad. i would have liked to make one

  90. MamyARTEIRA
    March 22, 2012

    Adorei!!!! Fofíssimos!

  91. Mj
    April 9, 2012

    These are amazing!! I am going to make them for my kiddos!! Can I link your site after I finish?

  92. Alisha U
    July 13, 2012

    I love this idea! I totally never know what to do with pjs. They aren’t clean so they don’t go back in the drawer, but they aren’t dirty so they don’t go in the clothes basket. I usually just throw them on top of the dresser and it looks aweful… this is such a cute idea for kids.

  93. Rebecca
    August 4, 2012

    These are so cute! Kind of reminds me of those “stuffies” they sell on tv.

  94. ClauPego
    October 28, 2012

    Just marvelous!!!
    My kid loved it…
    [IMG]http://i564.photobucket.com/albums/ss82/ClauPego/Facebook/Crochet/387623_548135135212815_1838446179_n.jpg[/IMG]

    Thanks!

  95. Caroline
    March 2, 2013

    Really wanted to make this for my sisters birthday but then found you had to pay :(

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