Woman Uses Walmart Blanket To Make Her Own Kim Kardashian PJ Dupe

We love a good DIY, so you can imagine how we feel about incredible ones.

Human genius and influencer Kheumani Stevenson popped by her local Walmart and got crafty with one of their blankets. The results? Nothing short of iconic, honey.

Kim Kardashian's shapewear line expanded its offerings last year.

In addition to shapewear, she's now selling cozy PJs, too.

SKIMS has an entire lounge collection for you to get comfy in — for the right price. For instance, if you have $28, you can buy a single pair of underwear! Neat.

Celebs have been loving them.

Chrissy Teigen loved hers so much that she not only posted about it on Twitter, but actually wore them to John Legend's infamous impromptu The Voice afterparty.

At least Chrissy was comfy while she was scrambling to find an ice cream truck in time for her party.

As for the rest of us...

We have to either buy them ($268 for the whole set), or buckle down and make 'em ourselves.

That's exactly what YouTuber Kheumani Stevenson did, and honestly? The results are almost identical. Watch out, Kim.

Enter Kheumani.

YouTube | Kheumani Stevenson

"Word on the street is that Kim K charges like $250+ for this outfit that we just made for $25."

$25? Tell me more, you beautiful, thrifty goddess of cozy clothing hacks.

So, how'd she do it?

YouTube | Kheumani Stevenson

With a blanket, that's how.

She purchased a Better Home & Gardens velvet plush throw (like this one, but with texture) from Walmart for $25. She went for a king-size blanket to get the most material for her money.

She worked with what she had.

YouTube | Kheumani Stevenson

To get started, she pulled out a crop top, lounge pants, and a bath robe that she already had.

You'll need something, "that has little to no stretch because the fabric doesn't have stretch."

Those clothes became a template.

YouTube | Kheumani Stevenson

One thing she made sure to note was that you need to cut a little more than you'll think you'll need, since there fabric has no stretch. Give yourself about an inch of wiggle room there.

And repeat.

YouTube | Kheumani Stevenson

You're going to have to go through this process twice to get the front and the back of the clothes cut out.

After that, it's on to sewing and the final fit.

Don't forget a waistband!

YouTube | Kheumani Stevenson

After you've sewn your crop top and connected all 4 pant panels together, make sure to use the extra fabric to make a waistband for yourself.

Sew that to the pants, and boom! Done!

The robe was pretty easy, too.

YouTube | Kheumani Stevenson

Kheumani gestured to every area where she was sewing to show anyone who wants to create their own SKIMS knockoff how to follow in her footsteps.

Also, there's going to be a lot of blanket fluff around your house and on your clothes. Just roll with it.

In total, the project took 2 and a 1/2 hours.

Instagram | @kheumani

"It really isn't that hard of a project to do, it's just a lot of pieces," she said.

2 and a 1/2 hours and $25 to wear the comfiest outfit I've ever seen? I'm in.

Now, she's launching her own store.

The success of her video has led her to re-launching her brand, Shop Kheumani.

It's going to drop on January 27th, and you can be sure some comfy SKIMS-inspired wear will be up for sale.

She's been busy making more magic with blankets, too.

Instagram | @kheumani

This adorable onesie started life as a hot pink blanket from Walmart.

If her shop has stuff like this in it, she's going to be making a ton of money.

You can watch the whole video here.

You can see her entire process from start to finish, marvel at her cute nails, and get ideas for your own SKIMS lounge outfit.

Or buy one of Kheumani's — whatever floats your comfy boat.