Family PJs – Children’s Pajamas Sewing Pattern
$12.50 (or 1 credits)
This pajama sewing pattern makes a loose-fitting and comfortable pajama set with a button-up shirt and elasticated waist trouser. They can be worn throughout the year depending on the fabric used and there is an optional short sleeve and short option as well as optional pockets and optional piping.
Instant download digital sewing pattern. Includes sizes 12mos-12yrs.
- Optional short sleeves
- Optional short length trouser
- Optional pockets
- Optional piping around collar
- Beginner friendly
- Button up shirt
- Elasticated waist trouser
- Packed with pro tips and expert advice
- Includes full size, print-at-home pattern pieces
- Includes step-by-step tutorial with photos
- Instant-download digital sewing pattern
How do PDF/ digital patterns work? Simply download, print, and sew. You’ll need a free Adobe Acrobat reader program and any home printer (or a nearby copy shop for A0 printing). Once you’ve printed the pieces, tape or glue them together. You’ll find an easy-to-follow how-to guide inside the pattern instructions, plus support in our Facebook group.
The trim-free pattern comes in A4 or US letter printable sizes and includes full pattern pieces and a detailed tutorial to guide you every step of the way. An A0 format (pattern pieces only) is also included should you wish to have your pattern printed professionally. PDF Layers allow you to select and print only the size/s you want/ need.
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“I love the details of the piping and the clean finishing! Fit is spot on!”
Buy More Credits
Tracie Alviso –
I love this pattern. It is very easy to make. The instructions are very detailed. This pattern is also super cute!!! My daughter loves it. I was able to make it fast and be very proud of such a cute outfit.
Sharon Courtney –
Perfect woven PJ pattern! French seams give a beautiful heirloom finish on the insides too. Easy to follow instructions, thorough step by step guide for beginners and a quick guide for more experienced.
Agnes Bobak –
I needed pants for my little ones. This pattern seemed perfect. And it was. Actually in minutes I managed to sew up those pants.
Laura Walker –
Fabulous pair of pyjamas. My son loves them!
Nadine Simard –
This pattern is great for beginner and fun for family pjs theme.
Nichole Merren –
Easy pattern to follow that yields the cutest result! Both top and pants are a good fit and super comfy for lounging according to my kiddo!
Amelia Keating –
Fun sew resulting in adorable pajamas! They are so comfy, my daughter refused to take them off all day!
Stephanie Carnovale –
My son has ASD and this can make him very sensitive about how clothes feel or look, especially to sleep in. This pattern was so quick and easy, the fit was perfect. My only problem has been trying to get them off him in the mornings.
Nathalie Dene –
I love how easy this was to make, while it looks so sophisticated! Beautiful collar, love the piping + the fact that you can choose between the serger/overlock option and French seams
Mireille Ribiere –
Love it to make matching pair but for the kids i would leave out the buttons That saying the kids love their pj’s
Jenny Gomez –
I love how quickly these went together! My granddaughter loves when I make her special things! She’s sure to be demanding more!
Stacey Kay –
Great beginner pattern!
Chelsea Skarphol –
I love this pattern! With the piping, the shirt takes a bit more time (but is totally worth it!), but it’s a really quick sew otherwise. The instructions are clear, and I’m one of those weird people who loves doing buttonholes, so that was fun for me. My little boy loves his first set, and I’ve got a few more planned. I opted for pants and long sleeves, as we’re headed into colder weather, but I’m sure I’ll be breaking the pattern out again come spring to make the shorts/short sleeve version, too. I foresee many more sets for the whole family in our future.
Nikki Eatwell –
I was pleasantly surprised by how easy these pjs were to make, I made the short set as my daughter gets really warm. The collar works beautifully, just trust in the steps, and it gives a really smart finish. I used a light brushed cotton which was perfect, I will probably make them in a thin cotton for summer. This is definitely going to be my go to pyjama pattern, I might even try all the variations
Jennifer Lichak –
These pajamas are your family matching jammie dream come true! There are lovely details and fun ways to customize. And there are pockets, which of course make everything better!
Suzanne Schoen –
Great pattern!! My daughter loves them and if she had a choice she would live in them full time! I made a shorts, short sleeve version but will make a long sleeved version soon. And I contemplate in making one for myself as well (family PJ’s ladies)Easy instructions as well! Love it!
Lisa Papaleo –
This was project was not terribly hard but certainly requires focus especially with the top. It was quick relatively quick to sew. It has a good amount of variety for personalized sewing and the fit is great! My kids loved their finished pajamas, calling them cozy and not wanting to take them off. Perfect for their Christmas pajamas this year!
Amanda Schildmeier –
I love these pajamas! They have professional details while still being easy to sew with detailed instructions! I will be making many more for my kids!
Haneke Peeters –
I thoroughly enjoyed sewing this pattern. I consider myself an intermediate-beginner but the way the instructions are detailed in this tutorial really cannot make it any easier. First time doing flat felled as well as french seams and just the instructions were enough to guide me through. I am so pleased with the finished item it looks sooo professional! Next time I would just size up the bum area for my daughter as she wears cloth which tend to be more bulky than disposable nappies.
Ana Miguel –
Very nice Pattern. Thinking making some more 🙂
Rachel Loper –
So. Much. FUN!! I made coordinating sets for my niece and nephew and they loved them so much they wanted to leave my house wearing them (it was 3pm in the afternoon!). The pattern was easy to follow–I liked how they gave the options for the piping and the pockets. I chose to challenge myself and do the contrast piping, but it would be so simple to leave it off for those who are a little newer to sewing. 🙂
Amber Flanary –
Loved the idea of the pjs, I found the bodice seemed a little short for my liking. A pretty quick and easy sew.
Peggy Pazera Cooke –
Super quick and easy pattern, great to make for the whole clan.
Siska Ferdina Taslim –
Really cute pattern! I love the details of the piping and the clean finishing! Fit is spot on!
Diana Holberg –
What a cute pj set! Instructions made it really east.
Taiko Karen Rai –
These came out super cute! I’ve made the adult version for myself previously, and I was so excited that these were a miniature of my PJs. The size was generous for my 3 year old. Can wear them for awhile and are super comfortable.
Melinda Bailey –
Such a great pattern! The fit is perfect, and the instructions give such a professional finish. Can’t wait to make myself a matching pair!
Zoe Lawson –
Easy sew! Generous in sizing for a comfy fit. I love the optional piping and pockets. All three of my children LOVE their new PJs.
Ummul Masakin –
sewing PJs for my kids was like a dream come true. i always adored store bought PJs and thought it is seriously hard to sew. Now that i have this pattern, i will be happily sew more for them!
Loren Lewis –
Such a great pattern to sew.
I made a short sleeve shirt and shorts for the upcoming warm Australian summer nights, and the pattern allows plenty of room to move, making it super comfortable!
I can’t wait to do a flannel version for winter next year!!”]
Jennifer Jane Darling –
Lovely pattern that comes together quickly and relatively easily. The method for attaching the collar is particularly clever and great for beginners as it takes away the stress of having to sandwich a collar into fabric which can be fiddly. My son gives it 10/10!
Joanne Castillo –
I love these PJs! Perfect for gifts this coming holiday. Instructions are very clear and easy to follow.
Khirya Littoria –
Pleasant to sew – Intermediate level for the shirt – The pants are simple for a beginner – My daughter loves and has asked for another set.
Stacey Williams –
There were several things in this sew that I had never done before but the instructions were very clear. I enjoyed sewing these pjs and look forward to making more.
Stephanie Carnovale –
This is the best PJ pattern, heaps of options. It was my first try at adding piping to a collar and the tutorial made it so easy, they look so professional
Leigh Ann McDermott –
Wonderful pattern. A perfect fit!
Sseem Sing –
Nice sew, there were some areas that could have been created for serging for eg sleeve to bodice instead of french seam method. Really enjoyed it for the family.
Laura Walker –
I really liked this pattern. The collar construction was especially good, with clear instructions and a beautiful finish. I made a pair for my son and myself out of a light weight cotton as it is coming into summer where I live, but I am already planning a cozy, flannel pair for winter!
Anusha Krishnamurthy –
The cutest pj set i have . Love the piping details and collar . Will be making lots more .
Kayler Griffiths –
Loved this sew! Was very quick & easy. Now to make some Christmas ones!!
Becky Jones –
Very satisfying and very easy sew. I added piping that I made and still made it start to finish in 5 hours (including pattern printing and assembly)
Stacey Kay –
Great easy beginner pattern
Heather Gratton –
Nice easy trousers pattern that can be shorts as well..these can easily be made into day wear as well!
Luana Furlanetto –
Very nice sew, I enjoyed making it, and results is great! It looks way more complicated than what it actually is. I’ll probably make more with different fabrics.
Heidi Gerhardt-Bourke Gray –
Super simple pattern but comes together to look like something professional. Instructions were easy to follow. Looking forward to making winter ones!
Amy Kaczenski –
Super comfy! Can’t wait to wait more cozy jammies!!!
Kelle Lujan –
These are some fun PJs. My kids often wear whatever practice sewing garments I’ve made to bed, which is practical, but wow were they excited to have some “real” pajamas. The pants are a super quick sew, even with the optional pockets. The top has this lovely facing and collar detail. I took the opportunity to use a contrasting fabric and it makes for such an unique feature. We used snaps to make the top a little quicker. Overall pattern assembly is easy and pattern pieces went together well. Now my younger daughter has asked for a pair so I’ll get right on it!
Taiko Karen Rai –
Love the piping option on these PJs. Fit comfortably and look great. Will definitely make a few.
Melissa Topp –
i really loved sewing these pjs, i loved learning french seams and i already have some more pjs planned
Emma Polley –
Great PJs pattern, perfect for summer, winter & everthing inbetween!
Dési Rée –
Lovely sew. Very quick and easy
Melinda Bailey –
Love this pattern! Easy to understand instructions, will be making more!
Clare Bowes –
Loved making these for grandkids, for littlest I had to make a mix of 2 sizes as the sizing was a bit out (I believe that this will be fixed by the time it’s available), so top was 5-6, bottoms 3-4 which were a perfect fit. I made mine in brushed (winceyette/flannelette) fabric which is ideal for this time of year, and easy to sew with. For my next pair, if I decide to add a chest pocket to the top, I’d do after sewing button holes, as it got in the way and jammed the attachment on my machine.
Looking forward to making more and also some spring/ summer ones in a thinner fabric for them – when they tried them on they asked their mam if all their PJs could be Nana made
Darlene Perry –
The perfect pattern! I was so excited when I finished my beautiful PJ’s! The instructions were easy to follow. Don’t miss this one!!!
Leyla Linzer –
Loved this pattern, very simple to make and cozy to wear.
Breana Mayfield –
Pattern is well written and easy to follow. I had a little trouble with the top, specifically attaching the front interlining piece. Other than that it’s a great sew!