Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Flannel Sheet To Pajama Pants DIY

What do you do when your Puggle chews a hole in one of your most warm and favorite flannel sheets? You make warm and comfortable pajama pants out of it!! Great way to save some money. You can get a couple of pair out of the full sheets.

It is super easy to do.

Take the clean flannel sheet and lay it out. I always use the edge as the bottom of the pants so that I do not have to hem. Makes these even quicker to make.

Take your favorite pair of pajama pants that you already have and lay them down on the part that you already have folded in half. Those are your pattern. Cut two out. Do it to where the sewing down the pants leg is on the inside.

 Sew both "legs" and then put one leg, turned right side out, inside the other one - sew down the middle (crotch) .

 Pull the leg out of the other one and turn down about an inch at the top for the waistband. Sew around and leave an open place for the elastic to go in. Sew it all together and finish off the opening.



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