February 14, 2018

It is Valentines Day, so I thought it would be fun to sew up some new cute pjs for the occasion. I’ve been wanting to try out the Ogden cami as a pj top for a long time and so this seemed like the perfect excuse. I just needed to locate a cute bottom that I could pair it with.

After doing some digging around I decided to try out the Lexi boxers from Evie la Luve. Knowing that Hannah has a whole line of lingerie sewing patterns, I was pretty sure that the Lexi boxers would be the right style and I was right. They were cut and sewn within an hour and turned out great. I realized after cutting them out that I was supposed to cut them on the bias. Ooops. But luckily the fit was still good. I opted to omit the lace trim which did make the hemming a bit more tedious, but nothing crazy and I also did not add the buttons or bow to center front. They are short, but in the perfectly appropriate for night time kind of way.

I sewed these pjs up in the petals fabric from Workroom Social that I had leftover. The fabric is so great. Nice drape, but still not see through, and compared to my other rayon fabrics, this one hardly wrinkles at all. I have some black sandwashed rayon set aside for another pair once I get the time. And this time I won’t forget to cut the shorts on the bias.

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  • Reply PsychicSewerKathleen February 15, 2018 at 10:38 AM

    I love your PJ’s but I just have to THANK YOU most of all for putting your OGDEN into print!! I was all ready this morning to just take a breath and buy your PDF (not being a fan of PDF’s) and when I clicked the link I was surprised and THRILLED no end to discover I was on a page to order it in print! YAY! I can’t wait to work with your now incredibly famous pattern.

    • Reply True Bias February 15, 2018 at 12:56 PM

      Yay! I am so glad that the timing worked for you. The Ogden has been such a fan favorite it’s great to finally have it in print. enjoy!

  • Reply Adelle Rowland February 16, 2018 at 3:45 AM

    Wow beautiful! I will have to try this out. I have made 3 Ogden’s just in January, I love this pattern x

  • Reply Malina March 1, 2018 at 4:23 AM

    Oh, this wonderful, I very like! 🙂

  • Reply Mari June 8, 2020 at 4:21 AM

    Hi, i’ve just sewn an ogden muslin and i used it as pajamas top but one of the straps unstitched. I think i move a lot when I sleep and I’d need to enforce the sewing at this place. Would you have some tips that could help? Maybe sewing with a shorter stitch lengths, not grading the seams, interface the points or enlarge the straps…I love this pattern and I want to make many many more Ogdens for night and day wear. Thanks!

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