The first thing you’ll need to know is how to make a pajama suit.
But the rest is up to you.
For this, we’re going to walk you through the process of sewing the pants, shoes and socks to the ends of the fabric.
So start with a few layers of a solid, cotton-draped fabric such as a cotton pad, then lay them flat on a mat, and sew the edges together.
Then, as you finish the suit with your last layer, you’ll lay them down on the mat, so you have all the edges and folds you need to finish the piece.
Step 1 – Sizing The pants and shoes can be sizably made with either size of fabric, which will depend on the length of your legs.
For our suit, we opted for a medium-length leg.
If you are sizing up, be sure to measure the leg you are trying to fit, then find your perfect leg length, and size it down accordingly.
Step 2 – Lay Out the Pants and Shoes The first step is to lay out the pants and heels.
You can lay the pants flat on the fabric, or fold them over in a seam allowance, but the idea is to have them lay flat in the same pattern.
Then use a seam ripper to carefully remove the excess fabric from the seam allowance and the seam that runs from the center of the back.
Step 3 – Picking Your Sizing Needle-nose pliers, a pair of scissors and some needle-nosed pliers will do just fine.
But if you’re not able to find a pair, or have to use a pair with scissors, we highly recommend using a ruler or tape measure to determine the correct length.
Step 4 – Cut Out Your Socks, Shoes and Pants First, the socks.
Lay out the socks on a large sheet of cardboard, then cut them out to fit your legs and feet.
Step 5 – Sewing the Pants, Shoes, and Pants The next step is the process to sew the pants.
You’ll need a pair or two of needle-navel pliers and a seam scraper, and then sew on the sides of the pants to finish them.
For the shoes, we used a sewing machine.
Step 6 – Packing the Pants The final step is lining up the pants so that they’re in the right position, and finally placing them back on top of the pad.
For pants, this means lining up each leg and foot, and sewing them together.
Step 7 – Pushing on the Pants Step 8 – Sew the Pants Back Again We’ll end up with the final finished product.
You should have a pair that fits perfectly on your legs, and that you can wear anywhere!