My final pattern for 2015 is here and I’m offering it for FREE as my way of saying thanks for an awesome year. All you have to do to receive the pattern is join our Facebook group and use the code in the pinned post when you go to checkout here on the website. 🙂
The pajama pants are an adult, unisex pattern with:
- On-seam pockets,
- Cut lines for shorts, capris, and pants,
- Cute trim option for the legs,
- Regular and low-rise options,
- Elastic waistband, and
- Optional drawstring.
These pants were tested on both men and women. They are intended to be a loose-fitting pant and I recommend that women size down one size and use the low-rise for best results.
I LOVE having pockets in my pajama pants, especially when the pockets are large enough to fit my gigantic phone! My sister likes capri pajamas, my brother likes long pants, and my dad requested a drawstring. AND NOW I CAN PLEASE ALL OF THEM WITH ONE PATTERN!! Woohoo!
Have you ever made a pattern where the back rise is the same as the front rise? Does that just blow your mind? It drives me a little crazy because I have a bottom/butt/derriere. Seriously people. NO more showing too much tush on Christmas!
I do feel the need to point out again that these are a LOOSE fit pajama pant. These are not sexy Victoria Secret pajama pants. These are the ones you want to stay in during the day because they’re incredibly comfortable. These are the ones that your partner loves seeing you in because you look comfortable, happy, and real. 😉 Because these are loose fitting, that means the crotch is more relaxed, so I recommend using the outseam for sizing purposes. Outseam can be measured from waist to hem, on the outside of the leg. This pattern can be made in quilting cotton, flannel, knit or fleece. Sizes include XXS – 3XL. The pattern pieces will include separate files for 8.5×11, A4, and A0 formats.
Want to see some fun tester versions? I thought you’d never ask. We have leg details, we have plaid (because you know you want to be on-trend even when you’re sleeping!), we have pockets, and we have lazy Saturday mornings where you’re hanging out enjoying coffee and your children sleep in until nine. No, not really, but I dream the dream!