Added Dec 19, 2010
These are the third pair of pyjama pants I have made in two weeks! It’s a little sad, but they are so comfy and quick to sew. I’m always shocked at how much similar pyjamas cost in the shops – they are just so, so simple to sew! These pants are made out of the cutest owl-printed flannelette. I know it’s probably not the most practical fabric for short pyjama pants, but I’d bought just a half-metre of fabric (not quite enough for long trackies!)
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Flannelette (it’s from Spotlight however, so I can’t expect it to last very long); ribbon; non-roll elastic
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