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    meleliza @meleliza

    Im looking at flannel shirting for the pajamas and wondering if there’s any reason I couldn’t use it for the facing as well? I prefer a traditional look, rather than the contrast. Also, it’s a lot of work to find coordinating fabric.

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    Mama_Knowles @Mama_Knowles

    I did use a cotton fabric with the flannel on one set of pj’s. It is easier to find more colors in cotton fabrics than in the flannels.

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    highpowermom @highpowermom

    In case you do this again… I did a flannel set for my son last month using the same flannel for the facing, but just turned it to the inside like a traditional facing (instead of outside with a contrast): Flannel Train PJs

    Another option if you use the same flannel and turn it to the outside, is to set it off with flat piping: Christmas Train PJs (yes, my son is into trains!)

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