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How to Make Perfect Fitting Pajama Bottoms


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Are you tired of trying to find pajama pants that fit? Use this free sewing pattern to make your own! It's so easy you can make a different pair for every day of the week.

How to Make Perfect-Fitting Pajama Bottoms
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Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: In an evening

Sewn by: Machine



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Great tutorial. I love the step by step pictures too. These Pajama bottoms look so comfy and this tutorial makes it so easy. I love that the bottom has a band of a contrast fabric and I love the ribbon on the waistband. This tutorial is a must for a quick pair of PJ's. I am going to make some for sure because I do not like tight fitting ones. What fabric did you use?

Thank you so much! I had been searching for a beginner project that involved something I could wear and pajama bottoms are the perfect project. I just put a twist on them because I didn't have any elastic. I made them with a draw string and made a full pant leg which I hemmed with a contrasting zig-zag stitch. I LOVE THEM! Now on to the top.

why can I not access instructions for these pj's

My girls love to wear the pj bottoms while in the house and around the yard this pattern should be easy enough I can keep them in them even though some of them are still growing and they want different colors and material. I love this!!! I am so glad I found this site.


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