Easy Livin' Adult Pajama Pants PDF Pattern


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Easy Livin' Adult Pajama Pant is the perfect pant for lounging around the house. Equipped with pockets to carry any necessary items while spending the day in pure comfort.

A perfect beginner project.

Pairs perfectly with our Kid's Sleepover Pajama Pant so you and the entire family can relax and look awesome together.

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This is a computer drafted PDF pattern to print and cut, that requires no color ink or page scaling.

Step-by-step photographs and detailed instructions are included along with fabric cutting guides, supply lists and yardage requirements.

This pattern is for adult sizing XS(0/2), S (4/6), M (8/10), L(12/14), XL(16/18), XXL(20/22)

This pattern has adjusted length for Men's and Women's sizes.

This pattern fits true-to-size if not slightly relaxed. We recommend choosing your
usual pant or skirt size.

I've included the sizing chart in the images for you to check measurements.

Suitable Fabrics:
This pattern is meant to be used with woven cottons, flannels and can be adapted for fleece. Although it could easily be made with light knitwear.

This pattern is a beginner sewing project.

Fabric of choice, contrast fabric, coordinating thread, 1” wide elastic

Sewing machine
Serger (optional)

The Small Print: All patterns, photos, and information contained in this document are the property of Sew & Tell. All rights reserved. Reproduction and redistribution by any means are not permitted.

The Easy Livin' Pajama Pant is intended and licensed for personal use only. Sales of products produced using this pattern can only be done by purchasing a Limited Production License. Please contact Jenn Barron at sewandtellchicago [!at] gmail.com for more information.

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May 9, 2017 by aburnettphoto
Pages need a bigger border, it's nerve wracking trying to tape together with an 1/8" border. It's kind of a deal breaker, truth be told. It would be more paper used to be printed but it would be more accurate.
Feb 2, 2017 by Emy Freeland

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