Kids Christmas pajamas are surprisingly easy to sew. You’ll wonder why you have been buying them all this time. And with this list, you can start sewing them to make Christmas morning even more special!
DIY Kids Christmas Pajamas In Time For The Holiday
Cute Kids Christmas Pajamas You Can Sew
Waking up to a festive Christmas morning in our pajamas is a family tradition. It’s a joy to watch the kids open up their Christmas presents. All while everyone else huddles around the Christmas tree. And we can’t take pictures and videos. So I make sure we are all merrily dressed even in pajamas, especially the kids. That’s why I prepared this list of cute kids Christmas pajamas for my sewing inspiration. Find yours too!
1. DIY Christmas Pajamas With Free Patterns
Make a set of Christmas pajamas for all the kids in the family. From your own kids to your nieces and nephews, for a nice uniformed look. It should be a fun but fashionable Christmas morning to wake up to!
2. Holiday Pajamas Tutorial
If your little ladies aren’t too keen on the pants-and-top look, nightgowns would be perfect. I love this polka dotted material, but I’m eyeing a red material with a snowflake design for my own project.
3. Christmas Pajamas Top And Bottom
How about a buttoned-down pajama shirt to go with the trousers? Button-down shirt pajamas will always be fashionable. No matter the generation.
4. Holiday Nightgown Sewing Pattern
This is one of the cutest options in this list of kids Christmas pajamas. The cute front ribbons on this nightgown will look good on the little ones. I can’t wait for Christmas morning.
5. Easy-To-Sew Pajama Bottoms And Shorts Tutorial
We can’t get enough of this DIY pajama pants tutorial. Different sewing preference calls for different sewing styles and techniques. With a free sewing pattern, you can make as many as you like in less than a day.
6. Christmas Pajama Pants Tutorial
I love these kiddie PJs which come with drawstring gift bags. It makes them ready to give as Christmas presents. Perfect for your nephews and nieces.
7. Sew Pajama Pants Gift Sets
What makes these pajama pants different are the added ruffles at the hem for the girls. They add flair, but are still super easy to do. I’m positive your girls and nieces will love this for a Christmas gift.
8. Baby Flannel Pajama For The Holiday
Aren’t these baby flannel pajama pants so cute and adorable? With some DIY kid’s pajamas as easy as this, you can make pajamas for as many babies as you like!
9. Little Man Pajamas Made From Daddy’s Shirt
Make kid’s pajamas from old knitted adult’s sweaters! Take out last year’s ugly Christmas sweaters. Let’s repurpose them into delightful kids Christmas pajamas.
10. Easiest Baby Pajamas To Sew
What makes this sleepwear extra special is the front tie. Doesn’t it make your little ones look a little more grown-up? Seeing your kids strut about like adults can be funny and cute.
11. Faux Union Suit Pajamas
Red and green are the colors of Christmas! And these striped green faux union suit pajamas are perfect for the season. They will look perfect on your little grinches who actually love Christmas.
12. Hoot Hoot Winter Pajamas
Think this looks the same as the rest? Think again because those front buttons and that munchkins waist are so unique. It’s also collarless for kids who find collars scratchy.
Make this pajama set with festive fabric for the occasion.
13. 10-Minute Night Gown
Your little princess will surely adore this flowy nightgown. And they won’t even know you made it from your old blouses. It’s time to raid your closet for the perfect old blouses to make something lovely out of them.
14. Wrap Around Holiday Pajamas
With wraparounds for the pajama shirt, this DIY pajama set should be easy peasy. They also look like little karate uniforms, which I’m sure your boys will soon find out to their delight.
15. The 4 Squares Night Gown
Repurpose old stretchy shirts into these lovely nightgowns for your little ladies. I love the idea that you can make these from clothes family members once wore and loved.
16. Christmas Pajamas With Applique Tutorial
Add some interesting details to a plain pajama shirt from the fabric you used to sew your pajama pants with. This letter initials applique on PJ shirt is a sure hit. A customized kids Christmas pajamas that’s so cute!
17. Easy Nightgown Tutorial
Let your kids sleep more comfortably in sleeping gowns made from vintage pillowcases. These designs are so lovely–I think they make lovely everyday home clothes too!
18. Holiday Pajamas Tutorial
Make these long sleeves jammies this Christmas using knitted or stretchable fabric. This will allow for more room to breathe and some room for your growing kids. A kids Christmas pajamas that can last a long time!
19. Flannel Fanfare Nightgowns
Flannel is one of the most comfortable and easy-to-work-with fabrics, plus it’s low-cost. You can even choose holiday-themed designs and patterns for a flannel fanfare nightgown. Have fun DIY-ing this!
20. Boys Pajamas Shirt Tutorial
Isn’t this pajama set for your baby cute and adorable? Use some extra comfy fabric for your little one’s jammies. A Christmas-theme printed fabric would be a great idea too for the holidays too.
21. Kid’s Christmas Robe Tutorial
Make your little man a neat robe to go with the pajamas. You never know how cold Christmas morning is going to get, so get working on this fun project now. And, oh, you can make a matching robe for Daddy too!
Make some cute kids Christmas pajamas and some more for the whole family too! Learn in this video from Stephanie Rubletz:
Aren’t these designs and styles for kids Christmas pajamas adorable? Now you know what to work on these long cold autumn and winter days. You’ll have these quick and easy projects done in time for the gift-giving holidays.
Which these kids Christmas pajamas are you eyeing to make for your kids? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!
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Editor’s Note: This article was originally published 0n November 27, 2017, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.