Rebecca Page Comfy Town Blog Tour- DIY Womens Pajamas

Comfy Clothes Blog Tour - DIY Pjs for Women
Comfy Clothes Blog Tour - DIY Pjs for Women
Rebecca Page Comfy Town Blog Tour
Rebecca Page Comfy Town Blog Tour

Welcome to my stop on the Rebecca Page Comfy Town Blog Tour.  Comfy Town blog tour?  Sign me up!  I live in comfy clothes all the time, especially in the winter time.  Brr!  I say Winter, technically we are still in Fall, however it sure feels like Winter!  It was only 19 degrees Fahrenheit (-7 Celsius)  when I took these pictures in a strappy cami. So cold!!

I did end up wearing this outfit to school drop off today. Does it count as dropping your kids off in pajamas when you have full makeup on?

You may remember my first pair Green Glitter French Terry Pippa Pants I made.  Or, maybe you saw my blog post showing how the Pippa Pants sewing pattern looks in different fabrics.  With all those the last thing I need is another pair of Pippa Pants.  The one thing I really wanted….  you guessed it…  another pair of Pippa Pants!

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So that is what I did!  I made myself another pair of Pippa Pants.

Comfy Clothes Blog Tour - DIY Pjs for Women 3
Comfy Clothes Blog Tour – DIY Pjs for Women 3

There are a few things I love about the Pippa Pants.  The first is I love the fit!  Second is they are super easy and fast!  I can whip these up in less than 30 minutes.  Third, is the Pippa Pants sewing pattern is so versatile.  You can dress them up or make them oh so comfy.  The comfy version is my favorite!

Comfy Clothes Blog Tour - DIY Pjs for Women 1
Comfy Clothes Blog Tour – DIY Pjs for Women 1

Here is the derriere view of the Pippa Pants.  The sewing pattern is well drafted.  I used this adorable Penguin Christmas Fabric from Joann Fabric.  It is from the Doodles line.  I know may people ask what they can make with Doodles fabric, as it does retain stretch.  The Pippa Pants are perfect.  Well, all except for the waistband.  I used some Cotton Lycra from Simply by Ti for the waistband.

Comfy Clothes Blog Tour - DIY Pjs for Women 2
Comfy Clothes Blog Tour – DIY Pjs for Women 2

A new sew for me is the Rebecca Page Strappy Cami.  I love camis.  I used a waffle knit fabric I received in a sweater box from Sincerely Rylee.  It is lightweight and super comfy.  The Fabric does not have much spandex, so it gives the cami a looser fit.  I am not a big fan of tight shirts, my stomach bloats so easily and people start asking if I am pregnant.  🙁   The Strappy Cami is available free with a subscription to Rebecca Page.

Comfy Clothes Blog Tour - DIY Pjs for Women
Comfy Clothes Blog Tour – DIY Pjs for Women

I have a feeling I will be wearing this outfit a lot the next few months.  So, no little coffee mug for me.  My big huge Zak Tumbler is my go to in the mornings.  It works just as well as a Yeti, however for a lot less.  Except, I do not drink coffee, mine is usually full of green tea or warm lemon water.  If you look closely, you can even see the steam coming out of my mug.  I am glad to be back inside!

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Please visit all the stops on the Rebecca Page Comfy Town Blog Tour. Don’t forget to comment on the blogs each day and enter the giveaway posts in our Facebook group for a chance to win some prizes from Rebecca Page.

  1. Monday, November 26: Rebecca Page (Intro), bigflynotions, Stitched by Jennie
  2. Tuesday, November 27: Ropp OriginalsFlaxfield Sewing
  3. Wednesday, November 28: Simply KyraSeams Sew Lo
  4. Thursday, November 29: Seams Like StyleJot DesignsSixth Snow
  5. Friday, November 30: The Sewing UnicornPatchWitch
  6. Saturday, December 1: Sarcastic SewistBellephantPrincesse et Tresors
  7. Sunday, December 2: Liviality, Soul Fed on Thread, The Scatty Sewer
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Hi I'm Lo and I love to sew and I also love to play with my two children! I am a work at home Mom of two toddlers.  I never planned on staying home with the kids, however when I was 8 and 1/2 months pregnant with my first child, Little Dude, I was unexpectedly let go from my corporate job.  With a newborn and a tough job market, I decided to buy a Brother Sewing/Embroidery Machine and taught myself to sew. I would like to thank the many bloggers, youtube videos I have watched and PDF pattern designers for all their help. With a degree in International Business from Blaise-Pascal University in France I decided to open my own business, an Etsy shop.  I started making baby leg warmers and then added embroidered bodysuits.  I was so busy I couldn't keep up and had to seek out third party help. After my second child, Baby Girl, life became super busy.  There is something about little girls clothes that makes them so much fun to create.  I started venturing out to more articles of clothing.  It has been a fun adventure. I am learning as I go.  I sometimes skip steps or take short cuts, sometimes I take a long road to get where I need to go.  I don't think sewing needs to be perfect, I think it should be fun!!

13 Comments

  1. Oh my gosh that’s an adorable outfit! The style of the pants is so nice that even in a really cute novelty fabric they don’t scream pajama pants they just look super cute and fun

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