Monday, July 28, 2014

GYCT Designs Jean & Jamey Jammies

I was so lucky to be chosen to sew up these adorable pajamas for my son as a tester for GYCT Designs. I am thrilled with how these turned out! The instructions were super clear, even with so many options available. You can make your jammies with long or short sleeves, shorts or pants and you can choose to add cuffs to your pants as well. Oh and there is a cute gathered top option for girls also! Soooo many choices! We went with short sleeves and pants with cuffs on them and I couldn't be happier!

 I love how you can use smaller bits of knit that is left over from other projects for this. You can get totally crazy with this and mix and match all sorts of fun prints together for an completely unique look.
We went rather classic and used this ooga print I've had on hand for a few years now paired with some white interlock. Simple, calm, clean look and totally comfy.

We had a lot of fun with this photo shoot too! Thomas thought it was hysterical that I drug his bed out, loaded it into the van and plopped it down in the middle of a field. Amazing how doing something so crazy can cause him to be a wonderfully cooperative model. However, if I do this again, I will check to see if the field has four inches of mud in it BEFORE I carry the bed into it. At that point I was already invested and just placed the bed in the least muddy spot possible.

It made for some great pictures though so I'd say it was worth the small bit of mud I got on it.

This real smile is a hard one to catch.

The pattern is on sale Monday and Tuesday on both Etsy and Craftsy  so snag it up quick for only $5.95! But if you forget, or whatever, it is totally worth full price! So many options, have I mentioned that?! It's like you are getting four patterns for one price!

If you are super lucky, Chelsea is giving away two free copies on her blog GYCT Designs so go check it out and sign up!


  1. My little ones would love to have their beds taken outside! Thanks for sharing and testing. You are so great!

  2. These are adorable! I love your photo shoot idea too. Great work!