Jun 24, 2012

Vintage Sheets Go To Bed

It just makes sense: bed+sheeet=cozy sleep. I'm assuming that's why amost 2 years later, Tamara's Don't Get Out of Bed pj pants tutorial is still one of the most viewed VSB post week after week. I even posted my own version here and here.
Here are some other fun vintage sheet projects you can take to bed with you. I found them all over the internet. Be sure to click the links for more info.
Vintage Sheet Pajamas

I love the bold patterns on these pj bottoms but I'm also loving the amazing pillow and bedding.

I love the cami top on this cute pajama set. The bow is such a pretty and feminine detail.

How cute is this! I love the pant hem. It looks like something from an expensive childrens boutique.
I want to jump on my bed in kitty cat pajamas! What a fun set.
This little girl is just precious in her striped vintage sheet jammas. They just look so cool and crisp.
Here is a great tutorial on making jamma pants from a pillowcase. Making pj bottoms for the little ones could be a fun and inexpensive project.

Vintage Sheet Nightgowns

Look at this cute little dress. There is an excellent tutorial on how to make a nightgown from apillowcase.
Sleepover time! These little girls are darling in their pillowcase nightgowns. So. Cute!
Here are several different versions of the vintage sheet nighty. There is a tutorial.
Love the little sleeves on this one. There is a free pattern.
And one more cutie in a vintage sheet nightgown. There are also a couple different versions in this post. I think the theme here is that you can't just make one.


Vintage Sheet Bedtime Accessories

Eyemasks are perfect for airplane or car travel (passengers only please.) They also make great gifts.
And, I love this pair of vintage sheet slippers. Hey family, guess what you're getting for Christmas this year ;)

Are you inspired to make something wonderful? What was your favorite vintage sheets go to bed project?


Holly- Cutie Pie Cottage said...

so many cute ideas! I would love some PJ bottoms! They would be so soft and cool for summer. Too bad I don't sew! ♥

{northern cottage} said...

oh my goodness - all completely darling! wish I were a better seamstress to be able to whip some up in a jif!

retrorevival.biz said...

All of these beauties look perfect for hot summer nights! Thanks for posting:)


allycat79225 said...

Love it. I am working on some bottoms made from a sheet and vintage trim right now. :)

Sara said...

Those are all fantastic ideas:)

K @ Aurora Blythe said...

So many stunning ideas! Thanks for sharing! :-)