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Adult Pajama Pants

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Author 5 out of 4 Patterns
Price $9.95
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by Byers, April
on April 28th, 2016

“chose this pattern due to the many options it offered. Easy pattern with easy instructions. The low rise with elastic casing was a pain so I opted for the other option of attaching the elastic with a zig zag stitch. Much better. :)”

PDF sewing pattern for loose-fit unisex pajama pants.

The options include:

Regular and low-rise
Side seam pockets
Elastic waistband
Cut lines for shorts, capris, and pants
Optional drawstring
Optional trim accent on legs
Tested on both men and women. We recommend women go down one size.
These are loose fitting and we 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. PLEASE only use the A4 format if you are using an A4 printer (ie, not in the US)! The tutorial will be a separate file.

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Copyright 2015 - This pattern may not be shared or duplicated for any purpose. Items sewn from this pattern may be sold, but I appreciate it when credit is given to the designer.

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-1.5-3 yards of quilting cotton, knit, or fleece fabric
-1.25" elastic
-Optional twill tape for drawstring and/or trim or ribbon leg detail

by Byers, April
on April 28th, 2016

chose this pattern due to the many options it offered. Easy pattern with easy instructions. The low rise with elastic casing was a pain so I opted for the other option of attaching the elastic with a zig zag stitch. Much better. :)

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