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Project Run & Play Cowboy PJs

Cowboy Muscle Tee and PJs

Cowboy Muscle Tee and PJs

It’s time for February’s Edition of Project Run & Play, and we are delighted with this month’s project.  The assignment from Susan of Living With Punks was to use her free Mademoiselle Muscle Shirt to make something.  We decided to make matching summer cowboy pjs for 3 of our boys.

Cowboy Muscle Tee and PJs

If you’ve been around Skirt Fixation very long, you know that the boys get the short end of the sewing stick, so this challenge presented a perfect opportunity to sew for 3 of them.

Cowboy Muscle Tee and PJs

What better fabric to use than cowboy fabric?  Picking out different graphics and pictures for their shirts made each set of cowboy pjs unique and special.

Cowboy Muscle Tee and PJs sewn by Skirt Fixation

The fabric for Baby L’s pants comes from Mabel Madison, and was leftover from lining this skirt.  Of course he had to have the Deputy Marshall star on his muscle tee to match the stars.

Cowboy Muscle Tee and PJs sewn by Skirt Fixation

He is now 10 months old, getting a few teeth and the delight, pride and joy of each and every one of his older siblings.

Cowboy Muscle Tee and PJs sewn by Skirt Fixation

For David’s pants, we used the free pattern and tutorial from Dana Made It.  They are a perfect fit!

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The Mademoiselle Muscle Shirt pattern fits him great too, we only had to shorten it a little bit.

Cowboy Muscle Tee and PJs sewn by Skirt FixationApparently, the funniest thing you can say to a 3 year old is, “Pretend like you are sleeping!”

Cowboy Muscle Tee and PJs sewn by Skirt FixationAnd Thomas is the long time, die hard cowboy.  Thats why he got the word HAPPY on his muscle shirt.

Cowboy Muscle Tee and PJs sewn by Skirt Fixation

Those eyelashes slay me!  And he’s a little better at acting like he was asleep!

Cowboy Muscle Tee and PJs sewn by Skirt Fixation

The neck and arms of the muscle shirts is lined with red striped fabric, in a nod to Susan’s original pattern.  The boys insisted this was a pink striped fabric!  I insisted it was red striped fabric, and went ahead with the cowboy pjs!  They didn’t seem to mind when it was all said and done as they chose to wear them to bed.

Cowboy Muscle Tee and PJs sewn by Skirt Fixation

A photo shoot with 3 boys is a total hoot!  They show you their muscles…

Cowboy Muscle Tee and PJs sewn by Skirt Fixation

they laugh great big belly laughs…

Cowboy Muscle Tee and PJs sewn by Skirt Fixation

they alternate between kissing…

Cowboy Muscle Tee and PJs sewn by Skirt Fixation

and kicking!

Cowboy Muscle Tee and PJs sewn by Skirt Fixation

Before Baby L. was born, we had alternating girls and boys.  Now we’ve got 2 boys in a row.  Don’t they just look like double trouble?

Cowboy Muscle Tee and PJs sewn by Skirt Fixation

What secrets they must be whispering!  What larks they are planning!

Cowboy Muscle Tee and PJs sewn by Skirt Fixation

I took too many photos (all with my iPhone 4) and spent way too much time making collages and figuring out which ones to post!

Cowboy Muscle Tee and PJs sewn by Skirt Fixation

Having the Mademoiselle Muscle Shirt pattern was a fun project we might not have tried otherwise.  In fact, we enjoyed it so much, we just might have made another entry for Project Run & Play’s February challenge!  Come back tomorrow to find out!

Cowboy Muscle Tee and PJs sewn by Skirt Fixation

10 thoughts on “Project Run & Play Cowboy PJs

  1. Love everything about this post! The jammies are so cute and I love that they are all a little different. Will we see some sister outfits too??

  2. I love these! Great job!

  3. That’s so fun… I’ll bet the boys are loving those. They’ll be so nice for warmer months too. My kids love their home made jammies.

  4. I love the striped binding!

  5. I LOVE this! We never get to see your boys!!!
    Your baby isn’t a baby anymore!
    You did a great job!

  6. […] As we mentioned yesterday, February’s challenge from Project Run & Play was the Mademoiselle Muscle Tee from Susan of Living With Punks.  We used that pattern to create Annie’s shirt.  The pattern comes in a size 5, and that fit Annie perfectly. […]

  7. These pictures are so sweet!

  8. Great post and outfits you can never have too many pictures like this. I also held a “sleeping” shoot last week and my three year old didn’t wanted to stop. She DEMANDED more pictures of her sleeping 🙂

  9. How fun is this?!?! Love that you went with boys pajamas!!!! That’s pure awesome!
    -liZ

  10. […] It turned out that flannel was on sale for 70% off, and since my boys had outgrown the boy pjs I made them in February, it was perfectly reasonable for me to grab a […]

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