Sewing evolutive pants for babies with a free pattern
Today, I will continue with the sewing for babies and I want to share with you an evolutive pants for babies! These pants are perfect for scraps of fabric and they “grow” with the child.
Not long ago, I sewed 2 one-piece pyjamas (read the blog post here) and I really enjoyed sewing baby clothes. I decided that I was going to sew something else out of the fabric scraps. So, I made pants for another little baby. I used the jersey with rainbows.
This fabric is perfect for baby clothes, it is soft, Okeo-tex and organic. I decided to make the ankle bands in a contrasting ribbing. For these pants, I used the free pattern from Club Tissus and I really like it! This pattern is easy and really quick to sew. You can also find a step-by-step video for the pattern. The pattern offers 3 sizes, from birth to 5 years old. It took me 45 minutes to print the pattern, cut the fabric and sew these nice pants. This pattern is a good one to start sewing clothes for children!
What I really like about this pattern is that it is evolutive, the pants grow with the child. To do this, you simply fold or unfold the waist and ankle bands. I think it is a really good idea since babies grow so quickly!
I made the smallest size that goes from newborn to 6 months old.
- Some fabric scraps of the rainbow cotton jersey fabric that I bought at Club Tissus
- Bamboo rib knit in the colour linen that I bought at Club Tissus
- The free evolutive pant pattern from Club Tissus
Here are the pictures:
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