The pattern is the Winter PJs from Peek-a-Boo Pattern Shop, which I've made approximately 8 million times. Just kidding. But it is my most-used pattern. This is my first crack at it in size 2T, which is weird, because I think that makes it the 4th size I've traced off for this pattern! Seriously, for $8 there is SO much mileage out of this one! And I'm not just saying that because I'm an affilliate :)
The fabric is a thermal knit from Girl Charlee. It's a designer overstock and it was dirt cheap as GC is soon to be moving to a big warehouse, and this was one of the fabrics they've put on sale. For a thermal knit, the quality is excellent. I have some more in different prints and it will make excellent jammies. One thing I did notice is that the printed design is not exactly on grain. Probably why GC was able to sell it. No worries, it's subtle and I don't think anyone else will notice.
Pink socks courtesy of her great-grandparents.
I lengthened the rise in the back of the pants by about an inch to accommodate cloth diapers. I think there's still plenty of room in the whole set, so it should last her through this never-ending winter we're having. Other than that I made no changes.
I had hoped to squeeze this out of one yard and still have some left to make myself a tank top, but I screwed up the bodice once and had to cut another one. I attempted to use fold-over elastic to finish the neckline but it was just terrible. Every time I use FOE it ends miserably. I need to just stop trying.