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These are the most comfortable PJ Pants I have ever made. They are super soft and a great fit!
I put them on and my husband looked at me funny and said, “Are those pants or pj pants.” After I said, “PJ pants” he seem to sigh a relief. I love color and fun fabrics! Men are so funny.
My three year old has wanted to do Everything by Herself. Even if she cannot do it on her own. I have tried to let her do things on her own but it is so hard! This is how she tied her shoes! I love it., so inventive!
Now for the Sew Spoiled Giveaway!
At the end of each month I have a giveaway!

January = Tic Tac Toe Pincushion, Birdie appliques and the Buttercup Bag

February = Sew Spoiled Cabrio Tote ePattern

March = Edith Apron

April = 5 ePatterns

May = 5 ePatterns

June = Ladybug Convertible Apron ePattern

July = Amy Butler handmade iPad sleeve

August= Sew Spoiled Ladybug half apron

September giveaway is a Sew Spoiled 3 epattern Bundle package to one lucky winner.


The giveaway will run through midnight on September 30, 2010 with the winner being announced on October 1 ,2010. The winner will be chosen using

We will send it October 2 ,2010! All friends are welcome! 

What do you have to do to enter to win??

Do you have a funny family story???? Please share a funny story and leave your email address, only one entry per person.
Good Luck!


missjulierae said…
once my sister was leaning over the coffee table talking to me while I was sitting on the couch. All of a sudden says, "man, its hot in here", looks down, and realizes her fleece vest has caught fire from a candle on the table. She screams, rips all her clothes off, and then remembers to stop, drop, and roll. She was fine. I was in trouble for laughing and not helping.

julie.gentry (at)
Last year my daddy had surgery. Afterwords, his sodium dropped and he forgot who he was for 2 days. We were assured that is was only temporary. For some reason, I was the only one that he thought could do anything at all. I went and took a nap and later went back to his room to see my mom standing up and staring at the wall. I asked what in the world was going on! My daddy explained that, as long as some one was watching the wall, the fire that was on it would not get too close. He got aggitated because she was letting the flames get too close so my daddy started watching the wall. She was also not doing a very good job.

He turned to me and blurted out *Camille cannot watch that wall any better than your mom can.*

We all burst into laughter. We knew then he would be alright because he recognized who there were.

And yes, my daddy is good as new now!
Oh! I forgot to tell you I love your pj pants!
Unknown said…
my husband was replacing an old wooden garage door on July 4. The temperature was a humid, sweltering 99 degrees. He refused help holding boards in place before nailing them. When the nailing didn't go just right, lots of "words" would come from the garage area. I took him a glass of iced tea and discovered he had hit his thumb not once but 3 times!!! He said "I just kept looking at my thumb and hitting it anyway!" He was covered in perspiration, eyes watering, and was demonstrating how he'd hit the same thumb...lo and behold he hit the same thumb again!!! We just stared at each trying not to laugh...him trying not to yell...and we both started to laugh. (His thumb is fine now)

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