Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Ethan in his pyjamas

This picture was taken this morning showing Ethan in his pj which was sewn by Janneth's mum. Special thanks to your mum again Neth!! :)

4 comments:

bZbee said...

syiok kan..my mom also use to sew our jammies long time ago..now..i dont have the skills..only can sew dolls cloths....hehehe

wen said...

e pjs look comfy!! is it expensive?

Aunty J said...

BzBee:
Ya ba dulu pun my mum used to do our pjs sendiri jua ba...

Wen:
Hehehe...cheap oh..the material only cost me RM2.80/meter and I only used 2 meters for his pjs. The labour charge normally ard RM15 but my friend's mum refused payment and did it for free cos she just wanted to refresh her sewing skills though I insisted on paying...aren't I lucky!!;p

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