Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Pajama Pants Class at Cottonseed Glory

Just in case you are looking for something to do or wanting to learn a new skill, I thought I'd let you know that I'm teaching a pajama pants class at Cottonseed Glory next week on March 22.  It's an evening class and promises to be lots of fun.
Here's the pajama pants you can make for yourself, your sister, your hubby, (imagine them made with manly fabric and without the contrasting accent) or for a little one.

The pattern has both adult and child sizes so it can be used for several projects.

The pajamas are easy to make and a wonderful project for a beginning seamstress.
If you are nervous about using your machine, this would be a great class to take because I plan to give pointers about that, too.

Here is an overview of the sewing skills you'll learn.

How to cut, make and apply bias tape for edging.

Pinning and sewing basics...

The contrast fabric is used to create a finished hem on the pants' legs:

I used vintage buttons at the waist...

And at the contrasting pocket on the leg! However, buttonholes are not required!

Check out Cottonseed Glory's class list, the store itself and all the beautiful fabric that would make pajama pants!  

1 comment:

  1. If only I could sew more than just a short, straight line! Those pj pants look as comfy as they are cute!

    *We have a Whole Foods opening soon...guess I'll be taking the kids to check out Ostrich eggs!