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Not Your Granny’s Jammies: Adult Pajama Pant Crochet Pattern

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A pattern I have been wanting to design for months now? Crochet Pajama Pants. These crochet comfy pants are soft, cozy, and comfortable, and the pattern is easy to follow, too!

Not Your Granny's Jammies Pattern

Not Your Granny’s Jammies

Not Your Granny's Jammies Pattern

Classic, straight leg jammies that are worked with VERTICAL rows instead of horizontal. I knew it would be a challenge but I am IN LOVE with the way these turned out! ♥ My favorite part?! There is absolutely NO SEWING INVOLVED!!

Crocheted pajama pants

In my first attempt at crocheted pajama pants I worked the rows horizontally. While horizontally worked jammie pants are certainly much easier/faster to design, horizontal rows are simply not flattering on any body type – especially when displayed across the widest part of your body.

crocheted pants pattern

I knew perfecting a vertical row pants pattern and then sizing the pattern would be a challenge, and it is true that at times I wanted to give up. But, thanks to my super amazing testers and countless hours of crocheting, we have finally arrived at what I’m calling the Not Your Granny’s Jammies pajama pant crochet pattern!

Find this pattern here on Ravelry!

Cozy comfy pants crochet pattern

These pants are the adult version of the Not Your Granny’s Jammies patterns for kids. You can find all of the child sizes of this pattern right here on Heart Hook Home – the child sizes are free!

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Not Your Granny's Pajamas crochet pattern

Meant to be a bit on the long and flowy side, this pattern includes instructions for “short”, “average”, or “long” length. The sizes range from adult small to 2/3XL!

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how to crochet pants

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Medium weight/Size 4/Worsted Weight yarn
*Bernat Baby Blanket Tiny Yarn in Seedling shown (discontinued)
*I Love This Yarn in Painted Canyon shown
Yardages listed are for “average” length
-approx. 1080 yards for S
-approx. 1150 yards for M
-approx. 1370 yards for L
-approx. 1500 yards for XL
-approx. 1600 yards for 2/3XL
Crochet hook in size I/5.5mm
Ribbon, long shoelace, or i-cord for drawstring.
*elastic optional, only tested with the worsted weight yarn, see pattern for clarification.

Find this pattern here on Ravelry!

comfy crochet pants

Note that you *could* add elastic to the waistband. Instructions for doing so are included in the pattern. I did this with the Painted Canyon version because this yarn is physically heavier than the Bernat Tiny or the Red Heart Cutie Pie (now discontinued) and I wanted the extra support. The white drawstring on this version is for show only.

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Please visit this link to purchase this pattern on Ravelry. As always, thank you for loving Heart Hook Home designs and for sharing your finished projects with me by tagging @HeartHookHome on Instagram, Twitter, and by sharing in the Heart Hook Home Crochet Comminity on Facebook!

how to crochet cozy comfy pants

This pattern is remarkably easy, and works up faster than you think! We have a tradition of new pajama pants at Christmas Eve. If your family has this tradition as well, whip up a pair using the Not Your Granny’s Jammies pajama pants crochet pattern for kids in their favorite colors!

Not Your Granny's Jammies Pattern

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  1. Would it be possible to get a 5xl or 6xl size pattern for these? Want to make matching ones for family Christmas and it's nearly impossible to get patterns in those bigger sizes. And I love your patterns, have several of them. Thank you.
  2. Hi I just love those crochet pajama pants. Would someone be willing to make me a pair? Name the price and ill pay. Please let me know, thank you so much! <3Laura
  3. I purchased the pattern but I cant find it now. I have an active ravelry account but it's not showing up. I have my PayPal receipt and all. Please help!
    1. Hi Heather! I hope you have received the pattern now...it should be in your ravelry library and you should have also received an email with the download link. If you have not gotten it yet, please e-mail me through the contact tab and we can get it sorted out.
  4. The Jammies are cute, but I just HAD to leave a comment on your adorable little Yorkie, she is so precious ... she looks like my baby girl who we lost in July … I miss her so very much. Merry Christmas to you and yours!
  5. Sorry if this is rude but what is the size you made for yourself? I usually make large but the medium in your shawl good was what ended up fitting me so was wondering if this would be the same way with these?
    1. Hi Ashley I am plotting out a pair of these beauties. Has the 3X size been actual made? I notice the other sizes have shaping but I don’t see any for mine. Keep up making just plain awesome designs!
      1. Following, curious about this same thing. Also curious on how they fit. I am plus size with curve in all the "other places" and love my body. I have carpel tunnel and tendonitis in both wrists and afraid to start only to make it worse. I may buy some from someone who makes them but would really like and outside opinion and if possible pictures. Tia.