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FREE Pajamas! Sew A Little Seam Movie Night PJs

I love free stuff. It makes me happy. I especially like free stuff when it's a quality sewing pattern.

Have you tried the Sew A Little Seam Movie Night PJ's? I made them for the first time last week, and right now, I'm trying to figure out WHY I waited so long! It's a great pattern, with lots of options. It's FREE, and it's so good that it's worth printing and trying out!

Let me tell you about it...

This pattern is drafted for knit fabrics. It is for a two piece pajamas set (a shirt and shorts or pants). You can make a short sleeve or long sleeve tee. The pants have cut lines for shorts, capris, or long pants. The shirt can have a regular sleeve or a gathered sleeve. The shirt is finished with a hem at the bottom and sleeve cuffs. The pants can either be made with a yoga waistband or with an elastic casing. There is also an option to add a button or snap placket to the shirt. See... lots of options. Definitely worth downloading!

The pattern fits children between size 12 month and 12 years. There is also a ladies' version that you can download!

Too Many Options?

Sometimes when a pattern has too many options, it's easy to get overwhelmed, especially for a beginner. But this pattern is put together so well. There is a chart telling you which pages you need to print for the options that you want to sew. You don't have to print everything and waste paper. And it's really easy to sort through everything to find just what you need. It didn't take me long at all to figure out which pages to print and get my pattern pieces put together.

Quick to Sew! 

I love knit patterns because of how quickly they go together. They really do. You can serge a seam so fast. It makes me happy. Cuffs are generally faster than hems, so I love the ankle and wrist cuffs. I used elastic in the waist, and while that does take a tiny bit longer than attaching a waistband, it's worth it to me. I like the stuff my boys have with elastic better because it stays up and you don't have to worry as much about fabric recovery if you want to use something like interlock or jersey. Most of their clothes have elastic. Maybe I just like it. 😉

The Fabric I Used:

I may have spoiled Daniel. I had never made him anything in DBP before because I didn't see it as being suited for boys. When I saw this fabric print, I knew it was definitely gender neutral, so he has his first DBP item. He LOVES them. They're SO SOFT! This DBP is from Selah Fabric Co. They're running a GIANT SALE this week (Beginning October 08, 2018), so you'll definitely want to check it out! You can score this cute fabric and many other fun prints for only $3 a yard... but that is THIS WEEK ONLY!

So run on over...

Go Check out Sew A Little Seam - Look at the Movie Night Pajamas and all the other wonderful patterns!

Look up Selah Fabric Co. I'm sure they'll have something you love!

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