Whitechapel Pyjamas

Regular price £10.00

The Whitechapel Pyjamas have a boxy style shirt with a button front, the trousers are roomy with a slightly tapered leg and an elasticated waist. We provide full instructions for stitching them up with fancy french seams for a comfortable and professional finish - but don’t worry there aren’t too many of them!

FIT

A generous fit, with room to curl up.   

VARIATIONS

The pattern is designed with long sleeves and ankle length trousers but why not crop the leg and sleeve lengths to create a breezy summer pair.

LEVEL

The trousers couldn’t be easier - just 3 seams and some elastic. The top is an easy introduction to french seams, flat construction sleeve insertion and a simple collar. You’ll also need to make some buttonholes. Start with the trousers if you’re a complete beginner and wear them with a t-shirt while you complete the shirt!

FABRIC

Classic crisp cotton shirting in stripes or checks, a bold and audacious print on cotton sateen, cost brushed cotton, a snazzy paisley silk - the list goes on and on...You'll wast several pairs of these, some for sleeping and some for partying!

You will need 2.6m/3 yards of 140cm/56" wide fabric.

We used silk from Classic Textiles - read more about it here

HABERDASHERY

Lightweight interfacing (x2 strips 60cmx10cm/24"x4" + 1 piece 50cmx20cm/20"x8" for the collar), 3cm/11/4" wide elastic (enough to go around your waist with a couple cm overlap, x5 buttons (+ 1 for spare!)

How to download your Alice & Co Pattern

Alice & Co patterns are provided in three different page formats and are designed to be printed in colour.

Once you have purchased your pattern you will be given a download link. This will also be emailed to you so don't worry if you don't want to download it straight away! 

The download will consist of a zip file containing 4 separate PDF files:

1x Pattern Instructions
3x Patterns in A0, A4 and US Letter sizes  

 

*Please make sure you read the following instructions carefully before printing!*

 

For A4/US Letter: it is vital to make sure your pattern prints at full scale or the sizing will not be correct. Your print settings should be set to 'full scale', '100%', 'actual size' or equivalent according to your printer software.

There are two test squares on the first page of every pattern: a 5cm and a 2" square.

Print only this page first and check your square measures up, before printing the rest of the pattern.

For A0 copy shop: follow the instructions given by your chosen copy shop. Services are also available online - we recommend Patternsy - who print on lightweight tissue paper with very speedy delivery to anywhere in the world! Once you have purchased your pattern from us, simply click on the link above to go to their website and follow the steps to upload your pattern.