Devin Linen Pajamas Sewing Pattern (Free PDF)

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This timeless two-piece set is cut from our softest linen that's been hot washed to enhance the linen's natural softness and a lived-in look, qualities that improve with every wash. The classic top has a notched collar, button front, long sleeves and a single patch pocket. The pants are elasticated at the waist for the most comfortable, flexible fit. Loungewear doesn't get more luxurious than this handmade 100% linen pajamas.

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Type: PDF Pattern
Skill Level: Beginner
Design Variations: 1
Sizes: 0/2 to 12/14, 16/18 to 28/30
Illustrations: No
Instructions: No

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Customer Questions and Answers

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quite an experience

As a beginner, it was quite a challenge to get the collar figured out, for sure! Nice modern design except the pj bottoms which is very high rise -unless I made a huge mistake. For size 4, I ended up with a front rise around 12-13 inches. My regular pjs (last purchased from target, flannel set, xmas selection) is 9 inches front rise for sz small which I wanted. As a beginner, I couldn't modify the pattern properly so needed to sew the pieces first and then alter it to make smaller (as alteration videos are easier to find than pattern modifications!). When you lower only the front rise (not the back rise) by 4 inches, it is quite a deviation from the original so I won't tell how many times I needed to sew & rip the stiches and sew again! I ended up with a good looking pair of PJs in the end though:)

Liz • March 19, 2024
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So fun to make!

I did find the collar quite complex and used both blog, separate collar instructions and a YouTube tutorial to get it right. But once that was done I managed to use the standard instructions and they came together really fast! Thank you so much for these - I shall be making more!

Saira • February 23, 2024
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Leg seam question.

I always end up sleeping on my side. Side seams are very uncomfortable, but finding ready-made PJ pants without that seam is very difficult. I am not very experienced in sewing, so please bear with me. Is it possible to re-draw the non-crotch side of the front pant piece and back pant piece straight down from the waist and cut a front and back as on a fold instead of a seam and still have them fit well enough? Thank you for your time.

Jay • January 27, 2021
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Hello, this is possible, but you won't be able to have the nicely tapered leg shape, rather the legs will be wider and straight. I'll send you an email with a diagram of how to adjust your pattern :)

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Alisha profile image Many little details one could add to individualize the design to this already cozy set

When starting on the top pattern, I encourage you to take your time and read all the directions in the tutorial first. Assembling the notched collar takes some thought to see how it comes together unless you've made this type of collar before. You will need to use both the Devin Tutorial and the Sewing Glossary on Making a Notched Collar Tutorial that is linked for you in the Devin Tutorial. I would not say this pattern is for beginners but that certainly does not mean a beginner couldn't follow the directions with success. Fabric-Store really does well to give you all the tools for success. Even if this Devin top requires a little extra time and thought, it's worth it to level up your lounge wear and add this set to your collection.

Alisha • January 22, 2021

LOVE my new pajamas! Was the notched collar a challenge? YES, but like all new things, its easy once you 'get it'. Do wish there was a video tutorial tho... I added my initials with some iron-ons and can't wait to hit the hay!

Judy • October 19, 2021

I made the Devin set for my husband. Adjustments for the top were to shorten the sleeves, adding a cuff with the piping detail. I widened and lengthened the pocket to fit his phone, and I placed the buttons on the 'mens' side, as he's more used to buttoning up this way. Bias piping was made using Fabrics-stores linen too, in the asphalt color and I used their handy tutorial from the thread blog.

Lauren • May 27, 2021

Here are the shorts. I shortened the legs and then drafted a cuff with the piping detail. They're nice and simple to sew and the fabric is Feather IL019.

Lauren • May 27, 2021

The DEVIN Linen Pajamas are the perfect lounge set to boost your winter comfort! In recent years I know many, including myself, have caught on to the ideals of Hygge (pronounced HOO-GA). This lovely mindset of extreme coziness and comfort brought into every aspect of life was apparently started in the Danish culture. You can find all kinds of inspiration for Hygge on Pinterest or even a quick internet search. The point is, if you're in for the night, a candle is lit, your warm drink is poured and you're in your softest reading chair covered in a blanket, I hope you are also wearing your Devin Linen Pajamas!

Alisha • January 22, 2021
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