I love sewing pyjamas
They are such a satisfying sew. A reasonably comprehensive sew but the fabric is generally not tricky to handle, ie cotton, linen or flannelette
Nice and grippy!
My tried and true pyjama pattern is the lovely Liesl Gibson's B6296. I love this pattern so much I purchased multiple copies when Spotlight was having one of their '5 for $20' sales.
After Elsa had finished her Animal Science degree she secured a job at a vet clinic in Naracoorte. Anyone that knows that area will back me up in how chilly it can be, especially at night!
I chose to use butterscotch coloured pre-made piping (from a huge bulk bundle I purchased on eBay) as I wanted to pull out the pale colour from the main background.
As per usual sew, I piped everything I could. I love the look and it actually make the pyjamas easier to fold/less likely to crease up after washing.
I piped the pocket edge and stitched the pocket bag in place. It stops it bunching up and, again, makes laundering easier.
When I sew the back yoke seam I neaten it, attach piping and THEN sew the two together otherwise it can bulky and problematic to stitch.