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Camo pants

Camo pants

Camo pants

Another pair of camo print pants for Sidra. The fabric is medium weight Japanese cotton, very comfortable and suitable for children’s wear.

Actually the print is more like swishes and drops of paint, but the whole look is similar to camo print. I think that was why Sidra chose this print when we went fabric shopping a couple of weeks ago.

The pattern is from Japanese pattern book, シンプル&ちょこっとデザイン おんなの子服おとこの子服 that I’ve used this pattern lots of times. The pants have front patch pockets and back pockets with little flaps. I inserted a little skull label before sewing the back pockets and also added some belt loops.

The pants are part of my participation in Kids Clothes Week Challenge hosted by Elsie Marley. This time I tried to take it slowly and not going for one project a day. I planned to prepare something every day and pay more attention to details of each project. It is fun!

Camo pants Camo pants

Camo pants Camo pants

Pattern is #14 from  シンプル&ちょこっとデザイン おんなの子服おとこの子服, size 130. 

5 Responses to Camo pants

  1. Marilyn says:

    The pants are so cool, I love the print too!! Sidra’s a lucky young man!! I love your attention to details!!!

  2. silvia says:

    Sidra’s pants look very nice on him. He looks happy in the picture, so success there!

    Your sewing is lovely and I’m sure your attention to detail exceeds most of us already ;-) I know it exceeds mine!

  3. Maddie says:

    The pants look great! I like to hear that you are taking more time on the details rather than rushing through a project a day.

  4. Neeno says:

    Sidra is such a spunky boy, and with cool pants!!!! Lucky boy :)

  5. Cherie says:

    The pants look great! I think it’s important to spend time on the details, especially when you’re sewing for kids your son’s age (and up). Your clothes always look totally professional!

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