June Sewing: Pants For Mark

Amid all the color book sewing, I managed to fit in some pants for Mark.  Lucky for me, they are super easy, quick (just a couple hours) and fun!

077 (533x800)I used the super fun giraffe fabric originally intended for the blue page of my color book (but rejected due to the strong orange).  I’m really glad now that I didn’t use it for the color book because I needed just about the entire amount for his pants!

The back accent panel is from a scrap that I had in my stash:

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The pants are fully reversible.  The inside is bright green with blue stars.

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I think he looks pretty adorable in them! 🙂

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I used the Quick Change pants pattern from Handmade Beginnings (which I own and you’re welcome to borrow, if you live close enough to borrow things from me!).

(Here are the pants that I sewed for Ellie when she was around this age.)

 

 

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7 Responses to June Sewing: Pants For Mark

  1. Aunt Zona says:

    Those pants and that child are so CUTE!!!

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