Purple Leggings

Another post from me and, oddly, it’s another pants post. This time: baby leggings. After spending an embarrassing amount of time looking at patterns for baby clothes, I discovered that they were great for getting rid of small amount of fabric. Of course, I don’t have much of that around, so I immediately pulled out the fabric I had left over from a test dress I made for this. If I had been more familiar with baby clothes at the time, I’m not sure I would have made sparkly purple leggings but they were still fun to make. (Side note: it’s totally fine if a girl owns clothing that doesn’t have glitter on it!)

I got the pattern from Spoonflower, but I thought I’d walk you through the steps.

The pattern pieces. This whole thing uses about half a yard of fabric.

First, cut out the fabric. This used about half a yard of fabric. Perfect for those leftovers I totally don’t save.

Sew the front and back together at the sides.

Sew the front and back together at the sides.

Hem the bottom of the legs.

Hem the bottom of the legs.

Sew the inner leg seem.

Sew the inner leg seem.

Sew in the waist band and you've got a pair of pants! These took me less than an hour to make.

Sew in the waist band and you’ve got a pair of pants! These took me less than an hour to make.

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