Well, just PJ shorts, not a whole set. These gray shorts were the very first thing I sewed with my brand new Brother PC-420 that I bought for my birthday a year ago. I made them to wear at Lake Martin so as to have some decent PJ shorts to wear in front of the extended family. Did I say decent?...
I should've said "roomy."
These were a Butterick pattern for PJ pants and shorts as well as a cami, and they were notoriously oversized...which I found out after I joined PR. I mean, I could build a couple of shelves in there to store my Twinkies and Ho-Ho's! They are monstrously big. I could adopt some orphan kangaroos and provide them a loving home. (But I prefer not to.) I don't mind turning over at night and adjusting the blanket, but adjusting the leg of my PJ's to cover my hoo-ha is a bit much.
Thus I made these up in one hour last night. I bought a cheap cotton knit at fabric.com and used Simplicity 9499 to make these up.
This is a men's small and it sewed up in 10 minutes, with an extra 15 for trimming seams, threading the elastic in the casing, etc. I haven't hemmed them yet - this is a muslin and it's a bit snug, but I slept well last night and didn't moon anybody.
I even wore them today around the house. Hmm, maybe I'll make up some more of these with a smaller seam allowance to give a bit more room. I bought 3 or 4 yards of this fabric at like $1.99 thinking I'd make a cute shirt, but it was a big disappointment in being not very stretchy and not terribly soft...but apparently perfect for PJ's and wear-around-the-house shorts (even if it IS a men's pattern).