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Thread: Sewing PJ bottoms

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    I didn't know this method. Thanks I will try this soon.
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    That's the way I make shorts for kids!

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    Always wanted to try to make my own PJ bottoms. What is the round about yardage of material for an adult?

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    PLEASE PLEASE! do a tutorial on this. With winter comming I would love to make some. Live in the NE and awaiting our first storm

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    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo View Post
    I thought every one made pj bottoms the way I was taught. I made a pair at quilt open sew day and no one there had ever seen it done my way. I cut two leg pieces, usually by tracing around a pair of made bottoms, on the fabric, sew the pants hem, sew the leg part closed, put one leg inside the other and then sew the crotch, put elastic in the waist band or drawstring. Done. Anyone do it this way? Is there a better way?
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    Quote Originally Posted by caspharm View Post
    I did find a tute online that shows that method (http://www.instructables.com/id/How-...ants/?ALLSTEPS)
    Excellent tute. Thanks!!

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    I make them like this also, however I use a pattern and use my way o put them together.
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    I am going to try And make for my Grand Daughter next week,sounds very easy Thanks

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    Yeppers easiest way

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    Hey - HillCountryGal - where ya from - I'm in Austin. Bevster

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