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Soft lounge pants for little girls

matchy girls

I found this Debbie Mumm fleece remnant at my local fabric store and turned it into warm pants for my little girls using some existing pants as patterns:

clothes as patterns

I cut Emma’s out on the fold so that I had one less seam to sew (the outer leg seam) and to keep more of the pattern intact (I wasn’t trying to match the pattern along seam lines).

pieces for trousers
I have a few more remnants I bought on the same shopping trip that I plan to do the same thing with. I’ll make some for Johnny, too, out of less girly fabric. =)

MaryAnne lives is a craft loving educator, musician, photographer, and writer who lives in Silicon Valley with her husband Mike and their four children.

11 thoughts on “Soft lounge pants for little girls”

  1. That picture of Lily and Emma is absolutely adorable! Thank you for adding an extra big smile to my day! I love the print on the fleece, too–incredibly cute on your little girls!

  2. I’ve made pants like this before. I don’t know how to read a pattern, so I just use the pants as a guide to make new ones. I’ll have to try out fleece!

  3. Elisa @ blissfulE

    Your girls look soooo happy! And who wouldn’t be – cute AND comfy is an unbeatable combination.
    .-= Elisa @ blissfulE´s last blog ..nursing infants and toddlers =-.

  4. Andrea @ The Train To Crazy

    Still love these. Makes me wish I had used the fleece I bought to make these for my girls!! Well, the winter isn’t over yet, is it? (I wish it was :)
    .-= Andrea @ The Train To Crazy´s last blog ..A little crafting help! =-.

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