Pleasant Pathways Shorts" pattern by Anna Maria Horner. With only super minor tweaking (crotch curve and lengthening the legs a tad), this pattern worked remarkably well! I like the clean styling of the faced waistband, side invisible zip and hem facings. Good blank canvas for some fun fabric.
pattern/ tutorial, which I had to look at to remember :)). The super crazy print makes them hard to see, but there are two on the back.
|Invisible side zip|
This was actually the second pair I made--the first was from an equally loud print, home dec fabric leftovers from making pillows. My son actually commented that I looked like the office pillows :)
A few more sleeps until our east coast adventure, with a lot to do before we leave. Wish more time could be spent sewing my summer wardrobe! Time to pack what I have!
2015 Resewlution, June garment #3+4 (still have pants and two blouses yet unblogged! Eek!)
Totally cute! The fabric is so fabulous!!! So NOT too crazy for a pencil skirt...do it,please!ReplyDelete
I can't think of anything better than be coordinated with my decor!
Cute! Thanks for sharing the pattern link and happy holidays!ReplyDelete
Very nice, Nicole!!!ReplyDelete
They fit perfectly, great shorts!ReplyDelete
super cute, love them and great fabric findReplyDelete
You should write an article for Threads!ReplyDelete
I think it's justifiable to throttle children who say you look like the cushions!ReplyDelete
The shorts look great on you and look to fit so well.
I especially love those bike knick tan lines. Ah, memories. I could never get rid of those lines
I love both fabrics!! The shorts are really cute!ReplyDelete
your clothing patterns and fabrics look made for each other, fabulous!ReplyDelete