Classic Footed Pajamas PDF Sewing Pattern
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Classic Footed Pajamas

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Keep your little ones warm and cozy in a pair of Classic Footed PJs. Perfect for little boys and girls and a wardrobe staple for any child. Pattern includes options for a full zipper down the leg or a 1/2 zip down the chest for the big kids.

Pattern comes with a full tutorial and color photos in an easy to print PDF. Pattern pieces are computer generated and color coded for easy cutting.

Sizes: 
newborn 
3 mos. 
6 mos. 
12 mos. 
18 mos. 
2T 
3T 
4T 




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You may sell pajamas made with this pattern. You may not resell, copy, or redistribute this pattern in any form.

Other Details

Skill Level:
Intermediate
Fabric Type:
Knits

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  1. Easy to assemble

    Posted by bookladykd@gmail.com on 20th Oct 2014

    The pattern was easy to assemble from the pieces provided and the directions were mostly clear. My only challenge came in the neck assembly; but I'll tweak it a bit more next time I make the pajamas. (It would have been nice to have more photos for this part of the process.) One error (I think) -- the directions say to attach and baste the non-slip fabric to the WS (wrong side) of the sole. It should be the *right side*, as the non-slip fabric ends up on the outside sole of the foot, effectively covering the main fabric at that point. I also trimmed the nonslip fabric so its seam allowance was a bit shorter than either adjoining layer of fleece, for comfort.
    I made a size 8 for my 4-foot+ tall (and skinny!) 6-year-old, in order to have some growing room. As I hoped, it fit him with room to spare, although the torso seemed long in proportion to the legs. He says it's comfy, though, so I won't alter the pattern as I had planned for the next couple of sets I plan to make. Well worth the money and effort to make a pair of cute footie pajamas with fleece he picked out himself.

  2. So Cute

    Posted by Sue on 20th Oct 2014

    Very pleased to be able to make sleepers for my grandson with trendy knits. Love this pattern.

  3. Fav Jammies!

    Posted by Amber on 5th Aug 2014

    These are the only type of jammies my son wears in the winter. I was so excited when we found this pattern! I made him jammies last winter and we are already picking out materials to start on jammies for this upcoming winter! Straight forward, easy to follow directions. They went together quicker then I first expected. I would suggest to make sure to do the elastic in the back of the ankle, we skipped this the first time and it is so much better with it. :)

  4. Great Costume Base

    Posted by Linda on 28th Jul 2014

    Used as the base for our Curious George costume for Halloween. Kept my LO toasty, easy to sew, and was useable later. Win Win!

  5. Great Pattern!

    Posted by kaitlin madson on 25th Jun 2014

    The Classic Footed Pajamas were my first Peek-A-Boo pattern. The instructions are well written and clear, and the pictures included are so helpful. I was so excited to finish and have a real pair of footed pajamas!

  6. A definite winner!

    Posted by Natalie on 20th Jun 2014

    Made a set for my little girls, ended up not adding feet as she doesn't like her feet covered. She absolutely loves it.

  7. Winter must-have!

    Posted by Meg on 5th Jun 2014

    This was my first PAB pattern. I've sewn about ten of these so far. My daughter wears them to bed every night during the winter.

  8. Childhood memories

    Posted by Brittany on 24th May 2014

    Doesn't this one bring back childhood memories?? I loved sewing this up for mine and my sister's kids for Christmas. Soles are the only tricky part, but the tutorial is awesome. Can't go wrong here!

  9. Great Pattern

    Posted by Kim M. on 22nd May 2014

    I made these for my little one in fleece this past winter and they came out so cute. Attaching the soles could be a little tricky but the pattern walks you through it! Will be making many more next winter.