Watch: How to Make the Perfect Pajama Set at Home!

The best way to prepare a pajamas set is to follow these easy steps.

If you’re like me, you don’t want to spend hours assembling your own pajammies.

So what you need to do is make your own.

Pajamas are so versatile, they can fit so many different outfits.

And if you don’ have a kitchen, you can make the perfect pajametable with this step-by-step guide.

1.

Find out which fabrics are available in your local market.

I recommend buying a bag from your local hardware store, but you can also use Amazon to browse for the best fabrics.

I find the following fabric sources:  1.

Pockets, undergarments, and shirts.

2.

Wool, woolen stockings, and scarves.

3.

Cotton stockings and hats.

4.

Woolen tops and bottoms.

5.

Nylon socks and sweaters.

6.

Nylons, corduroys, and polyester socks.

7.

Polyester and nylon dresses and skirts.

8.

Linen shoes.

9.

Wool sweaters and coats.

10.

Wool knitwear.

11.

Nyleas and silk stockings.

12.

Nail polish.

13.

Cotton gloves.

14.

Polyvinyl bags.

15.

Cotton sweaters, belts, pouches, and purses.

16.

Linens.

17.

Nails.

18.

Tampons.

19.

Plastic water bottles.

20.

Beads.

21.

Clothespins.

22.

Pendants.

23.

Bamboo poles.

24.

Hand tools.

25.

Metal tongs.

26.

Metal spoons.

27.

Wire cutters.

28.

Metal cutting boards.

29.

Paper.

30.

Tape measure.

31.

A ruler.

32.

Pen.

33.

Paint brush.

34.

Pencil.

35.

Scissors.

36.

Paintbrush bristles.

37.

Paint brushes bristles and brush.

38.

Scrap paper.

39.

Small paper clips.

40.

Scrub brush.

41.

Sandpaper.

42.

A paper towel.

43.

A small sponge.

44.

A rag or towel.

45.

A brush.

46.

A washcloth.

47.

A sponge.

48.

A towel.

49.

A cloth.

50.

A tissue.

51.

A hairbrush.

52.

A toothbrush.

53.

A razor.

54.

A nail file.

55.

A sanding block.

56.

A knife.

57.

A comb.

58.

A hammer.

59.

A pair of scissors.

60.

A bucket.

61.

A bowl.

62.

A box.

63.

A coffee mug.

64.

A pot.

65.

A container.

66.

A cooler.

67.

A jar.

68.

A metal container.

69.

A vacuum cleaner.

70.

A dust mask.

71.

A trowel.

72.

A pen.

73.

A glass jar.

74.

A cup.

75.

A plate.

76.

A piece of wax paper.

77.

A sheet of foil.

78.

A pencil.

79.

A marker.

80.

A needle.

81.

A string.

82.

A coin.

83.

A wire brush.

84.

A candle.

85.

A paint brush.

86.

A mirror.

87.

A flashlight.

88.

A tape measure.

89.

A magnifying glass.

90.

A screwdriver.

91.

A sharp knife.

92.

A saw.

93.

A sander.

94.

A dremel.

95.

A milling machine.

96.

A drill.

97.

A bit of glue.

98.

A roller.

99.

A measuring tape.

100.

A rubber band.

101.

A few pieces of tape.

102.

A roll of paper.

103.

A sewing kit.

104.

A couple of rolls of glue paper.

105.

A bandage.

106.

A disposable razor.

107.

A patch kit.

108.

A spare pair of earrings.

109.

A plastic bandage bandage mask.

110.

A cotton t-shirt.

111.

A mask mask.

112.

A sock.

113.

A shirt.

114.

A skirt.

115.

A hoodie.

116.

A sweat shirt.

117.

A blouse.

118.

A bra.

119.

A top.

120.

A sweater.

121.

A long sleeve shirt.

122.

A jacket.

123.

A trench coat.

124.

A cap.

125.

A scarf.

126.

A vest.

127.

A hat.

128.

A coat.

129.

A belt.

130.

A bag.

131.

A purse.

132.

A camera.

133.

A laptop.

134.

A phone.

135.

A stereo.

136.

A tripod.

137.

A stand.

138.

A telescope. 139