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This is an easy step by step instruction for making comfortable pajama pants from any fabric you like.
Once you've chosen your fabric, lay it out on a flat surface.
Lay your pattern on top of your fabric and pin them together.
Carefully cut along the pattern piece paying attention to the notches.
Pin right sides together matching notches.
Carefully sew the seams together along the edges and remove pins as you go.
Trim and finish seams with a zig-zag stitch.
With a steam iron, press up a quarter of an inch under and then an additional 3/4 inch under for pant leg hem.
With a straight stitch, sew the hem.
With iron, press under 1/4 of an inch and an additional 3/4 of an inch to make casing for elastic on waistline. Make sure to leave one inch open on th...
Thread the elastic through the casing with a safety pin.
With a zig-zag stitch, secure elastic together. Then finish seam on waistline.
Admire your work and wear finished product. Or in my case, put on daughter.
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She used Simplicity 8490
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