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Thread: Sewing PJ bottoms

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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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    I have made many PJ bottoms for my kids and also grandkids and your way is the easiest. That is the way I always do it.

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    Thank you. Will try that

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    I have some fabric that was suppose to be for scarves this year, but might become PJ bottoms! Thanks.

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    I think pants are more comfortable when the crotch seam is sewn that way.

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