Saturday, January 21, 2012

Mother Huddle - Scrap Buster Pajama Bottoms Tutorial

Found this amazing tutorial on Mother Huddle's Blog. I am displaying three pics and then you can hop over to her blog for the tutorial.





It has been a while since we have had a good ‘ole re-purposing project, no? They are kind of my favorite – less pressure if you screw up . What I love most about this idea is that it helps tackle my ever growing scrap fabric basket. Plus, they’re cute, quick, and easy. I made the pink pajama bottoms from a knit shirt, and the brown pair from a pillowcase, and some cute scraps I just couldn’t part with. I ended up loving them so much, I used the same concept for my kid’s Christmas jammies. I will have to snap a picture of them and add to the post when I get a chance. Onto the tutorial, catch me after the jump!


Fabric Topped Pajama Pants Tutorial

Supplies:

Fabric (I used scrap fabric and an old shirt and pillowcase)
all your sewing stuff
3/4 – 1 inch elastic
pair of pants that fit well as a guide for pattern
Instructions:

If you are just starting out sewing, I have a sewing tips directory that will help you with any terms or techniques you are not familiar with.

Now hop on over to Mother Huddle for the 
rest of this amazing step by step tutorial.

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