Yes, that is my almost-7-year-old in firetruck jammies. Why you ask? Because they were meant for my 3yo, who is much disappointed that his firetruck fabric he loved is now walking around on his brother. This pattern ran HUGE. Noah was sleeping and I eyeballed it for him. The top did look kinda wide and short ... so I did a size 3 and lengthened it 2-1/2 inches. Good thing too or this outfit wouldn't have fit anyone. The top is a little big on Noah but pretty good. The pants, however, also a size 3 pattern, had a good 4 inches of excess length, and my little 3yo is tall for his age, wearing usually size 4. Zach wears a size 6 extra slim and here you see him modeling the size 3 jammies with a little extra length in the top. Buyer beware if you are making this pattern. Yowza, take good flat pattern measurements before you cut. And, learn from me, don't make it while your child is asleep and you can't take some measurements .... unless you have a bigger kid as backup for them if they don't fit!
Today's project was Vogue 8323. I did view A, the sleeveless one, but added sleeves (obviously from the pic right?). It went together very nicely. I only needed to do a back neck adjustment as apparently I have developed a rounded back or whatever it is called. I have had to adjust the last few patterns for my new fitting problem. Otherwise, I used the petite lines, conveniently marked on the pattern already, and it came out very nice. Now I need to make some pants to coordinate, a much harder think than this knit top.