Will this pattern allow for it?
It definitely feels nice wearing these around the house instead of my ratty old clothes, haha. WOW you just had a septuple pajama party, or something like that! So so so lovely. But I do think they are putting it in the newer houses around here. Your fabrics are divine! I joined the party as well and my pajamas also have a contrast waistband and hem. I really like your waistband technique. How did you make your waistband? Or a few rows of elastic? I saw your paisley PJ set, so pretty!
I like it, it looks like it is shirred but it is more stable. You have been prolific! I have the Tofino pattern and a few pairs of pajama pants are on my summer sewing list. And I love the Eucalypt dresses! Pretty pajamas will be nice to wear after baby! And the Eucalypt dresses would be great for nursing with the added placket.
It is kind of unheard of where we are! I love your jams. I have definitely lived places where AC is a must! But it is winter for what seems like most of the year here, so there are really only a few times where I wish we had it. With your waistband have you just stitched over the elastic? It looks really nice and it must stop the twisting that invariably happens with elastic waists. As others have said, it depends on where you live and what you think pajamas should be like. In a colder climate I would go with the cotton knit.
Are you envisioning baggy pajama pants, leotard like ones, or do you live in a world of eternal summer? I would use all cotton, not a synthetic for sweating while you sleep. Nobody wants clammy bedclothes. Amy Tencza Posted 4 years ago. Edited by Amy Tencza member 4 years ago. For typical adult baggy pajama pants I might try combed cotton.
Kona is not as wrinkle prone but is a heavier weight. I like the basic cotton ultra for a thinner fabric. Maybe your mom needs 2 pairs! Then she will be comfy snuggled in your gifts and thoughts for her year 'round. Joan McLemore 4 years ago. If I were going to splurge I'd get the cotton sateen. It has cotton breath-ability but has a luxurious feel. I love having the extra width of the sateen for placement of patterns. Amy Tencza 4 years ago. I hadn't been finding the sateen prone to snagging in normal-ish wear family parties.
But some people had previously noted issues with threads rotating around hence losing bits of the printed surface while they were sewing it. I found every website except for the outdoor wilderness fabric. It kept sending me to a list of other websites that didn't have polartec.
You guys are great. I love the beautiful colors on the websites you suggested. Can't wait to call for my swatches. I don't mean to take advantage of your kindness, it's just that you all are so full of great info. For my guys, oddly enough, the narrower-legged version of Louise Cutting's "One Seams Pants" works very well, even though it's supposed to be a woman's pattern. This is a superb pattern, a veritable little fitting seminar in an envelope, and Louise is the nicest, most helpful person, too!
For me, it's a basic Burda pullon style, just a bit looser than tights, and alas, now discontinued. But for pants, I definitely recommend Burda for the shape of the crotch curve btw, Louise Cutting's One Seams are based on an old Burda.
Oh, this is great. Thank you for the wealth of information. I guess I will wait until Monday and call to order swatches. The pattern looks comfy. I like the pockets.
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