When I first thought I’d be going into hospital, I was anticipating wearing winter pyjamas, but with all the delays and waiting on a bed, it’s now rolling into summer time. Luckily, I sewed my pyjama sets in medium weight knits rather than thick fleeces, but I had a tiny bit of Sharon’s sheep fabric leftover so I thought I’d create more wearing options for myself.
If you recall, I made a snap-front long sleeve shirt and drawstring trousers before:
And now I’ve got a camisole to wear either under the long sleeve top or on its own with the trousers!
It’s just the super simple TNT vest I’ve made a thousand times before, albeit this time with the aid of the overlocker and coverstitch since this fabric is quite stretchy. It was something I’ve been meaning to make for a while, and since my spring coat isn’t using the overlocker or coverstitch machines, it meant I didn’t need to rethread or disturb its progress to make this.
So I can interchange the tops depending on how I feel, and I think I’ll cut quite the figure in my three piece suit, ha!