I used to entirely reject the concept of bedtime comfort outside of sweatpants. That totally changed when I tried the Tink PJs for the first time…and second and third and fourth. When I put on Tink for bed, I feel cute and comfy, ready for a great night of sleep or looking cute for any middle of the night emergencies (thanks anxiety :P).
-Tank only with low V or high neck and optional built in bra
-Tank and shorts sets
-Romper with shorts
-Romper with Brief bottoms
Difficulty: Beginner to Confident Beginner
Techniques Involved: Hemming, Applying Lace Trim, Creating and Applying Knit Binding, Sewing on a curve.
All files are PDF files that can be printed at home on Letter or A4 sized paper. Each pattern includes one file for the pattern and print-at-home pieces, another file containing the copy shop A0 (33.1″ wide) pattern pieces, as well as a projector file. We’ve placed the pattern pieces on individual layers so you can print only the size(s) you need, saving you on paper and ink.
This pattern is designed for light to medium weight knit fabric with 40% 4-way stretch. The shelf bra requires good recovery. Triblend, ribbed knits, bamboo lycra, and similar fabrics will all work very well.
Notions: You will need 1″ Elastic for built in support, 1/4″ elastic for the waistband of the romper, stretch lace or knit binding for trim (see cut chart for measurements).
- Pins or Clips
- Tape Measure
- Tape or Glue (for piecing pages together)
- Paper & Fabric Scissors
- Rotary Cutter, Mat, and Acrylic Ruler (optional but encouraged)
- Matching All-Purpose Thread
- Universal Needle
- Sewing Machine with zig-zag stitch
- Iron & Ironing Board
- Fabric marking tool
- Seam Ripper