AGNES PJS • Pattern
By PAPER THEORY, the AGNES PJs is a paper sewing pattern.
Garment Details: The Agnes Pyjama Set is a relaxed loungewear suit that comes with the option of shorts or long trousers. The shorts/trousers are designed to sit high on your natural waist with an elasticated waistband and feature no side seam so are very simple and fast to sew. The shirt is very oversized with batwing sleeves and no waist definition. It has a convertible collar with a button up front and patch pockets.
Sizing: This is a multi-size pattern, including sizes 6-28. Sizing and finished garment measurements can be found here.
For reference there are two models of differing sizes photographed.
Joy-ann (Black Afro hair wearing the orange and grey cotton lawn check PJs) Measurements: She is 5'9" tall 57"/50.5"/55.5" She is wearing a size 28 in both garments. 3 inches of length were added to the hem of her trousers but no other adjustments were made to the pattern.
Levi: (Dark brown hair up in a bun wearing the pink heavy weight linen Pjs) Measurements 34.5"/29"/39" and she is 5'10" tall. She is wearing a size 10 shirt and size 12 shorts. There were no adjustments made to the pattern.
Fabric requirements: Click here for fabric consumption chart.
Trims required: Matching thread, interfacing, buttons and elastic.
Skill Level: The pattern is suitable for an advanced beginner. The majority of the garment is straightforward, however you will need to be able attach a collar and create buttonholes.
Seam allowances are included in the pattern.
The paper patterns are printed onto premium 270gsm card which makes them luxurious and substantial to hold, but more importantly they will have longevity and not disintegrate with the wear and tear of use. The pattern is printed onto 60gsm paper and each style comes with a full step by step, instruction booklet printed onto 120gsm paper.
This pattern was made and printed in England on FSC certified card and paper by a printer who is registered with the Woodland Trust.
Photo credits: Paper Theory Patterns