At first I thought making a pair of pajama pants would be a relatively simple project, but after cutting my pattern I realized that this was going to be a lot of work. We were required to use a plaid fabric for this project, and since I love blue and brown, choosing this fabric was a no-brainer. The first step step was to cut out the individual pieces. Then I sewed the legs together. It was also important to make sure the plaid pattern matched up. Then I used the serge machine to clean up the raw edges. Lastly, I added an elastic waistband and a 1 in. machine hem. All in all, this project took about two and a half class sessions to complete. In other words, it took me about 10 hours to finish this project since each class is 4 hours long. Keep in mind, I am a complete novice at pattern cutting and creating clothing from scratch. However, after finishing these pajama pants it made me appreciate the art of bespoke tailoring even more. The amount of time, energy, and effort that goes into creating a quality garment is truly something to be admired. Hence the reason, I have so much respect and admiration for tailors and seamstresses.