Comfy footie pajama pants

Our girls love to wear lounge pants, especially during the weekend when they do not have to get dressed. Especially now that we are not having too much to do during the weekend, they can wear lounge pants all day long. When they saw their new Footie sprite pajama pants from Stitch upon a time* they were even more excited because they have socks attached! So these pants are even better!

The Footie pants are made for fleece type of fabrics with about 20% stretch. I used jogging that I bought a couple of years ago. This was the time I still bought 50 cm. These pieces of fabric weren’t enough for these pants. Therefore I added a colour block so I could combine the different pieces of fabric I had. For the waistband fabric with at least 50% stretch is needed, so I used jersey for the waistband.

In the ankles I added the elastic as recommended so that the footies would stay better in place. The Footie sprite pyjama are on sale this whole month for just $5!

I wanted to put sock stop on the bottom of the feet so that they wouldn’t slip. Unfortunately the sock stop I had didn’t work anymore so I had to order new ones. Yesterday I added the sock stop to the bottom of the footies. Of course I couldn’t stop our girls from already wearing their pants.

Fabric: jogging (fleece on the inside) from de Stoffenstraat
Pattern: Kid’s Footie Sprite pajamas from Stitch upon a time
Sizing: NB – 12Y (also available for the whole family)
Options: two different rise options, two waistband options and two hemming options (with or without the footies).

# Fabric this week: 0 in – 4 out (Total fabric in 2020: bought 84 new fabric – used 123 fabric – 38 scrap piece – 11 gifted fabric) – in total 84 in 172 out
# Patterns in 2020: 11 in – 19 out

* Some of the links in the post above are “affiliate links”. This means if you click on the link and purchase an item, I will receive an affiliate commission, the price for you will be the same, it doesn’t cost you anything extra. Thank you for supporting my hobby and my fabric and pattern addiction

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