Pajama pants: What you need: yards of flannel fabric inch elastic (measured to your waist size) pattern (found below) or… use your own by simply folding your favorite pj pants as shown and using them as a pattern. Here’s … … Continue reading →
Cheap and Picky: But how to copy a pair of pants? You can't just lay them down and trace them. Enter the painter's tape. It is important to use painter's tape, or some other low-tack tape because you are going to actually put it ON the pants.
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When a “bird’s nest” of thread appears, the likely culprit is your upper thread tension. If loops appear on the underside of the fabric, the upper thread tension may be too loose. If knots appear on top of the fabric, the upper tension may be too tight.
5 Seam Pajama Pants – No Pattern Needed. That's right, just 5 seams and you don't need to print out a fussy pattern! Perfect project for beginners and a super quick, ultra comfy project for more advanced sewists.
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Who doesn’t love a pair of cozy pajama pants? Perfect for lounging around the house, PJ bottoms are my go-to for lazy weekends. This pattern is very simple to make up, and the pants feature a comfortable elastic waistband and cute cuffs on the bottom. Try making the cuffs in a contrasting fabric for an extra cute factor!
The Absolute Easiest Way to Sew Elastic to a Waistline