Your little ones are sure to have sweet dreams in a pair of button-up pjs! Pattern includes options for plain or ruffled cuffs, breast pocket, and optional piping accents. Sew them up in a comfy flannel for winter or breezy cotton for the warmer months.
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.
An instant download link will be sent to your email as soon as payment is completed. Save the PDF to your computer and print off as many times as you like.
You may sell pajamas made with this pattern. You may not resell, copy, or redistribute this pattern in any form.
Posted by Linda Jo Chisam on 4th Dec 2014
I am still waiting to receive the pattern. How do I get it?
Posted by Ashley on 28th Nov 2014
I was hesitant to take on these as I don't really consider myself an intermediate or advanced sewer... I haven't ever done piping or actually had to line up button holes.. which was a little scary at first but I purchased the piping foot for my serger and it was sooooooooooo simple!! I spent about 3 hours on these making them for the first time and the outcome was absolutely amazing! I can not wait to make more of these for all the kids and honestly I REALLY REALLY REALLY wished they came in adult sizes!! I would LOVE these in my size! I have received so many compliments on these and they really do look like a store bought set! Thanks so much for an easy fun pattern!!
Posted by Kylie White on 27th Oct 2014
The lovely pattern and tutorial walked me through my first clothes sewing project painlessly and easily. It's easy to add or emit features and the instructions and photos are very clear to follow! Thank you!
Posted by Jean Austin on 23rd Aug 2014
Nothing new here. All Peek A Boo patterns are easy peasy. Directions and photos are easy to follow but even if you have a hang up the facebook support group will help you through any difficulty you encounter.
Posted by Lisa on 4th Aug 2014
I made a pair for my 7 year old son and he wants to wear them as soon as they make it back up from the laundry room (even in the summer). I did not do the piping, but they were still really cute!
Thank you so much for this great pattern!
Posted by Cindy Goren on 22nd May 2014
This was one of the first patterns I ever used. I made a similar outfit from a paper pattern and had such a hard time. I bought this pattern and wow like night and day. Clear photos and explanations. I like the piping explanation as the paper pattern made no sense. I sewed up a pair for my son months ago and still his favorite. The fit is great, clear instructions, and the designer is always willing to help as well as the awesome Facebook group! Can't wait for summer to be close to an end to make more!