Here’s a little peek at some flannel jammie pants I whipped up for the “cousins” (my 2 sons and 2 neices). Every one deserves a little jamification this time of year, don’t you think? I enjoy sewing with different prints rather than the same one over and over, so I don’t do the group matching thing. These are super basic, traced off an old pair of my son’s pants then enlarged just a bit to accomodate for those ever-growing legs. I didn’t have time to do a tutorial, but I found one by sew-funky you might take a look at and also on instructables.
It’s easy to add a little contrast cuff at the bottom, too, if youve got some extra scraps. Or maybe leave the cuff off for now and add it later when they become high-waters.
I had a good time making these as I got to haul out my serger. Weeeee! I’m a speed demon on that thing, that is as long as I don’t break a thread. Oh, and don’t forget to pre-wash your flannel before cutting as it tends to shrink quite a bit.
So c’mon everybody, it’s time to get jamified!