Pete’s Dragon Sleepover Set – Part 3

April 3, 2017By Janice FergusonAppliqué, Embroidery, Garment, Sewing 4 Comments Opinion by Paid Consultant

The final installment in the 3 Part Series for the Pete’s Dragon Sleepover Set walks you through adding embroidery to a PJ set consisting of a T-shirt and shorts. Did you miss Parts 1 – Pillowcase/Drawstring Tote and 2 -Stippled Sundry Bag? Be sure to click on through for the entire Sleepover Set!

Pete’s Shirt

This ready-to-wear tee is simply embroidered with a badge appliqué warning Beware of the Dragon. Your imaginative youngster is alerting one and all that his dragon is not to be trifled with. The appliqué fabric is the same tan as is used for the shorts.

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Materials and Supplies

Steps to Embroider Pete’s Shirt

  1. Mark design placement with a chalk based marker.
NOTE: A blue water soluble marker will disappear when the iron-on knit fusible stabilizer is applied with steam.
  1. Apply iron-on knit fusible stabilizer to inside of shirt with stretch going in opposite direction to the stretch of the shirt.
  2. Embroider Beware of the Dragon

Sleep Shorts

I’ve chosen view D, a pair of pull-on shorts with an elastic waist, to embroider the standing, powerful Elliot on to.

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Materials and Supplies

Steps to Embroider Pete’s Shorts

  1. Cut out fabric according to pattern layout instructions.
  2. Hoop 2 layers of tear away stabilizer. Embroider Pete’s Dragon Elliot Silhouette, PTD01, an inch or two above location of the finished hem line, depending on the size.
  3. Follow pattern for construction details.

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Other parts of this series:
Pete’s Dragon Sleepover Set – Part 1 – Pillowcase/Drawstring Tote
Pete’s Dragon Sleepover Set – Part 2 – Stippled Sundry Bag

  • These embroidery designs have been manufactured by Brother under a licensing agreement with The Walt Disney Company, through which Brother has permission to use Disney images. The embroidery patterns offered on iBroidery are for personal non-commercial use only. No license is granted for any commercial use of these embroidery patterns and any such use is strictly prohibited.

  • Simplicity Pattern #1605 is a product of Simplicity Pattern Company Inc., and Brother International Corporation makes no representations or warranties regarding such products.

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4 Comments

  • I really love the idea of a father/son matching pj concept. Using a purchased t shirt is something I could handle, and elastic waisted pants don’t look too difficult. I am thinking of a family crest on the t shirts as another concept
    Susanna T

    • Susanna, a father-son set of pajamas would be so cute. Little boys love to dress like their fathers. The pants and shirt combine to make an easy project. Wouldn’t it be fun to make them a new set every year. It could be a family tradition and a child’s sweet memory of growing up. Thanks for your suggestion.

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