I made these “flat pants” (scroll down for pattern) three Halloweens ago. It was one of my first experiments with french seams (which, as it turned out, was a bad idea for the intersection of the rectangular crotch-gusset to the pantleg).
Look. At how. Little and chubby she is. Oh my goodness.
My kids have worn these pants tons over the last three years, in diapers and without. They are currently favoring Nels, and are shorter on HIM than they were on HER in these pictures.
Viva la home-sewn love!
you have no idea how much I love you right now.
hope you’re feeling better Kelly,
Yes, you have some readers. We just lurk. Love the kids’ costumes as my grandchildren are in that stage right now.
ok, are they really “unfussy” to make? cause well, i’ve only made the 2 blankets and a skirt – all without patterns. i’d love to try these pants for paity, but i’m not sure if i’ll fuk it up. what do you think?
Auntie J – definitely easy! If you try them, let me know and I can help you through them. They are cute and versatile!