I love, and I mean LOVE, my Simplicity 8022 pajama pants.
I have pairs made out of flannel and cotton.
I have gotten more than my moneys worth out of this pattern (although, I paid on $.99 for it).
I really needed some summer pajama bottoms.
I tried a Butterick pattern, and well, I honestly don’t know how I messed it up so bad.
Honestly, I didn’t even take pictures as it was sewn all wrong and quickly went in the trash.
I will try it again (I like the length of them), but in the mean time I really wanted some to wear during a hot streak we were having.
Simplicity 8022 to the rescue!
All I did was fold up the legs of that pattern and cut the fabric.
Using quilting cotton from Joann’s that I purchased long ago, I was able to sew two pairs quickly.
Super comfy and a very quick sew (can I say that enough?).
This is honestly such an easy pattern, I totally recommend #8022 for beginners.
I also made progress on my Marly Bird Spring KAL socks (I’m way behind).
All I have left are the toes!
These will be great to wear around the house!
A friend gave me some KnitPicks yarn which I plan on making into ankle socks (ankle socks are more to my liking).
I am also at the ribbing section of my Faux Fair Isle Poncho.
All in all, a good week!
Have a great week!