Sunday, March 12, 2017

More Beach Pyjamas!


Oh, these are so fun! 

My second set of lounging pyjamas, in polkadot silk crepe de chine, made from Wearing History's Lounging at the Lido pattern



I did change the pattern a little. I left off the collar and changed the back to a low V, which removed the need for buttons and an over-lap. Instead of a single layer top, which the pattern called for, I lined the top with a second layer of the fabric, for the same reason I lined the halter top in my last post - sheer fabric. It also made for quicker sewing and a more tidy neckline, as opposed to hemming. The arm holes were bound with self-fabric bias binding. And note, I really had to open those up! The pattern has very, very small arm holes. 

I also made an easier belt, that just wraps around, instead of attaching. 


Haha and the obligatory, LOOK at the size of these pant legs shot! So much fabric! I love it!


As with all the Wearing History patterns I have used, these went together beautifully. Very easy to follow and very quick to sew.

And these are oh so comfy to wear!

6 comments:

  1. Oh this just looks great! I love the size of these pants! It really makes me want to try out this pattern too

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    1. Oh, the pants are just huge and delightful! I recommend it!

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  2. These are awesome! You look so elegant with your shoes and sunglasses :)

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    1. Thank you! I think the sunglasses really add something. They're such a fun, silly shape. I guess they don't show too well in the pictures, but they were so small and round.

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  3. Amazing how much modern rompers harken back to this style. I find these to be much more elegant than most rompers/jumpsuits these days, though. ;)

    Best,
    Quinn

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