Friday, August 31, 2018

Perfect Pajama Pants

Hello Refashion Co-op. I had a big cotton dress that I didn't know what to do with. It had a really strong pattern to it. I decided to make some cozy pajama pants out of it.


I used a pattern for boxer shorts because it was all I had. I placed the pattern on the dress at the height I needed to keep the side pockets at hip height in the pants. I wanted to save the pockets if I could. The length of the dress would determine how long the pants were. I just extended the pattern to the bottom of the dress.


 I cut out my pattern pieces and started sewing. I made a casing for an elastic waistband. It took a little longer than it should have because I stitched the legs together. I had to unpick all the stitches and start over. Oops!


They turned out fine in the end. I didn't try to match my kitchen, it just happened like that. I really like blue and white.


Thanks for reading, for more pictures and details go to I Can Work With That.

3 comments:

KD said...

Thanks for your postings on making robes, nightgowns, and pajamas- all color-coordinated! I'm inspired to do the same! Nightwear can be as stylish as daywear!

Mel-Bee said...

I love this transformation! Such a cute pattern and great use of material!

Chickie WU said...

Thanks for the comments ladies! I liked making new pj's for myself.
Chickie