The Whitechapel Pyjamas have a boxy style shirt with a button front, the trousers are roomy with a slightly tapered leg and an elasticated waist. Alice and Co patterns provide full instructions for stitching them up with fancy French seams for a comfortable and professional finish. There are very few seams to finish so these pyjamas are quick to make.
This was a pattern test I did last year as Alice and Co patterns were increasing their size range. At the time, this pattern was available for UK 8 – 18 but this is now available in UK 6 – 22.
I’m really pleased I was given the opportunity to pattern test for Alice and Co. The instructions were dead easy to follow.
This is a plain pair of pjs that can be sewn up really fast. I was able to use a single gauze fabric I was product testing for Minerva and you can now see this easily on their new website.
This single gauze fabric is fine enough to keep these pyjamas sleep appropriate. The fabric softness allows you to choose finishes other than flat fell finishes. The fabric also has a slight sheen to it so it can be worn around the house – sort of.
Yes. These are super comfy to wear. I would definitely answer the door if I was wearing these pjs.
You’ll definitely find this post and more on my Minerva Brand Ambassador page. I love sewing for Minerva and sharing my makes with you.