I sewed this little #AirCanada onesie for D from one of my husband’s old uniform shirts, and then modified it into a dress when C was born. She’s still rocking it four and a half years later! ✈️🇨🇦 #familybusiness (There’s an old tutorial for this on the blog if you search “uniform” on the #linkinbio)
But this was the first time I turned curtains into pants!
Nowhere Man Pants, to be exact.
It was a total von Trapp moment.
And look how cute this little bedhead-ed man looks in his “curtains.”
(I also made the tee from this pattern, using an old adult-sized T-shirt, and the cardigan from one of my old sweaters.)
Believe it or not, it was my first time making pants that weren’t leggings. (I make a LOT of leggings. For both kids. Except I sometimes call them “Sporty Pants for Active Boys” when D is concerned.)
I had one oopsie while I was sewing, but it was easily fixed with my trusty seam-ripper.
There are four pockets (double-stitched, even) and they’re so cute!
The lined pockets are my favourite part.
I’m pretty proud of my curtain-pants.
What’s next, I wonder? Throw pillows into sweaters? Turning the pelmet boxes into underwear, maybe?