Adorable robe and bottoms. My fabrics are from JoAnns - I sewed a size 14 with no alterations, except for a couple adds in the robe, below.
Simple bottoms, thoroughly comfy. I did them in a cute seersucker stripe and used a 1" knit elastic waistband. I plan to do more in seersucker and in quilting cotton, so many print choices and constantly on sale.
I must say that making the robe was like making a couture coat! And I think it would be stunning in velvet as an evening coat. Mine is done in a funky fabric called tutti fruitti. It washed up soft as a worn sheet, really nice for this robe. (Strange, I used it in a red polka dot that is still crisp after many washing. Must be the dye.)
The pattern suggested making a thread belt loop - NOT - I added sewn loops in the side seam. And of course I added in-seam pockets 3 1/2" down from the natural waistline. What is a robe without pockets?
Did I leave out something? Oh, yes. This pattern comes with a top, which I will call the paper doll top. It earned this moniker by not having any shaping for someone over the age of, say, 8. It is and will remain unfinished, since I will take a tee shirt over this any day :-)
Quickly now...what I'm reading....
And passing the ball!!
Happy Pyjama Day to all my fellow sewists and readers and everyone who loves a good PJ bottom - Coco