You remember the scene from How the Grinch Stole Christmas when he made his Santa Claus suit?
Do you remember being a little kid and thinking "Wow, is that all you do? Just cut out a shirt shape and sew it together?"
And then of course, some of you grew up and tried to sew shirts and realized there is a lot more to it than that.
I never grew up.
Now, here's my disclaimer: This is not for outdoor wear. Since Curly Baby has started in on the wool covers, he's been wearing wool pants to bed, and he really needed a pj shirt to go with it. This is my first shot at that. Mr. Curly donated a fleece vest to the goodwill pile and I saved it for sewing projects. I also have two heavy weight, but faded (and with a small hole in one) black tshirts to make night shirts for the littlest Curly as well. I'm not sure if they'll be Grinchy style, but I do know I'll make them as easily as possible!