Sew a pair of pajama pants for each member of your family this holiday season! Holiday-themed jammies make cute photo ops for cards, but you can also use other fabric prints, including licensed fleece or flannels that have favorite sports teams, movies or TV characters printed on them.
Making the pants is easy and can be completed in one to three hours, depending on the pattern and size. Pair the pants with a purchased matching T-shirt or cami and the gift is complete. Or, start a new tradition with your besties and have a PJ making party!
The Warm Fuzzies pajama pant pattern is sized for S, M and L. The sample was sewn in fleece, but it also works with flannel, cotton or even sateen.
The Lounge Around pant pattern is more of a gaucho, cropped style and is perfect for stable knits.
These pants are also cropped and include pockets on the back.
These are super drapey pants, made in a crepe satin.
This style has a cuff and goes up to a size 26.
If you’re looking to make an entire pajama set, the Over the Moon pajama set pattern is the ticket.
And for the littles? Here is a baby pajama pant pattern (which can also be worn any time of day, but a knit is recommended).
This is a cute set too, for a young girl or a boy.
This pant pattern comes with a robe pattern, too!
And these bloomers are pretty cute–a great way to use up quilting cottons or leftover fabric scraps for the ruffles!
If you’re new to sewing or just want some more instruction beyond the pattern directions, this online course walks you through constructing a pair of pajama pants from start to finish–and it comes with a pattern, which includes three versions: shorts, gauchos and traditional elastic-waist pajama pants.