Size 10 for the two biggest kids. Size 8ish for the youngest kid.
I've been wanting to try this pattern for quite awhile. I kind of detest the printing and taping and cutting that goes along with pdf patterns, so I held off until now. To avoid the annoying things that come along with pdf patterns, I took this one to the copy shop. It was around $9 to print the pattern and the instructions. It was worth it to me.
I thought these would take a long time to put together, with the contrasting fabric and pockets and all, but they were a surprisingly quick garment to cut out and sew up. I totally plan on using this pattern again. It fits the kids really well. Slouchy enough in the hips and snug enough at the ankles for lots of comfy lounging. The only downside is that 10T is the largest size in this pattern. So I'll either have to draft up as they grow, or I'll have to buy the Hudson Pant pattern and see if it has sizes that will fit the kids in the years between kid and adult. I should probably just buy it anyway and make a pair for myself already.
The deer is a design from OESD, the moon is from my embroidery software, and I designed the tree. The adorableness of this design is killing me. But not literally. That would be dangerous.
The shirts are a modified version of Simplicity J0473.
All fabrics purchased at Jo-Ann Fabrics.
The kids seem to really like their pjs this year. And overall, I like them, too. They sure are fun to look at with the bright happy colors.