My daughter said she needs some baggy pajama pants with a drawstring.
I thought the bow was for a drawstring but it’s only decorative so once again I had to fake it on a sewing project. I never know if a pattern will work out like I hope. A lot of them don’t and I throw it all out. This might be ok. It would be easy to make adjustments.
For a drawstring you need buttonholes and a machine that sews a zigzag stitch. If your machine doesn’t do zigzag you can make a tailored buttonhole. Mine are a hack job but will be ok for pajama pants.
First I cut out little 1.5″ squares and sewed around the edges. I think a professional might use fusible interfacing, I’m not sure. Then place them where you want the buttonhole and draw a pencil line for the hole. Then sew around the pencil line, cut on the pencil line,
Turn the buttonhole facings to the inside and press them. Sew again close to the opening. Voila! buttonhole and drawstring hack job!
That was fast and easy. Now I’m going back to work on my painting of azaleas. This is one thing I enjoy about my amateur artist status, if I feel like sewing I can sew with no guilt over abandoning the painting for a while.