For today's Pinned It, Made It Monday, I'm sharing some pj pants I made a few weeks ago.
I'd pinned the instructions for making pj pants by using an old pair of pants for the pattern.
Back in the spring, I'd thrifted a delicious ruffled vintage sheet that was just dying to be made into something sweet! Pajamas seemed to be just the thing.
My husband said as soon as he saw me pull that sheet out, he knew it was going home with us! Smart man!
So anyways, I needed some new pj's and I thought, "Why don't I try making some?" So I did!
The instructions for the pants were very clear and detailed, making them easy to follow. The pants sewed up with very little trouble. I used the ruffled edge of the sheet for the hem of the pants eliminating the need for hemming.
I will say that the fit of these pants is a bit wonky on me. If I were to make these again, I'd need to do some tweaking. I'm not sure sure if the fit issue is the pants I used or the tutorial!
But at any rate, they are still wearable! And I really like them! I think they're super cute and feminine.
I made a matching top from a Burda Young Fashion pattern. I can't locate the pattern at the moment for the exact pattern number. I've made several things from this pattern--a loan from my sister. I promise I will give the pattern back! Hahaha.
**This post is part of Pinned It, Made It! Monday over at Country Girl At Home. **