Navy Spots

These pants are one of two clothing items I made before Christmas, but I haven’t had the chance to show them here before now.

The author stands in front of a hedge, on grass. She is photographed from the waist down, with hands on hips. She wears a loose-fitting, elastic-waisted pair of navy blue pants, printed with white polka-dots. These are worn with white shoes and a dark pink top, tucked in.

They’re another pair of ‘Safiya’ pants from Tilly Walnes’ Make it Simple book – I’ve now made three pairs of these pants!

The author stands in front of a hedge, on grass. She is photographed from the waist down, wearing loose-fitted navy-and-white-spotted pants with white shoes and a dark pink top. Her hands are in the in-seam pockets of the pants.

The pockets are not in a contrasting fabric, because I forgot when I was cutting them out.

Close-up of the pockets of the navy-and-white-spotted pants. The author stands close to the camera, with one hand pulling the in-seam pocket open so the inside fabric is visible. The inside fabric is the same as the rest of the pants.

The fabric is a bit stiff and scratchy, but it will soften with time and washing.

The author stands in front of a hedge, on grass. She is photographed from the waist down, wearing navy blue-and-white-spotted pants with a dark pink shirt. Her hands dangle at her sides, with one hand holding a straw hat against her leg. The hat has a navy band around, tied into a bow.

I saw a pair of pants in an op-shop (thrift store) many moons ago with this exact fabric print, and as soon as I saw them, I thought that I must make a pair of similar pants. Here’s to achieving goals, and making clothes, and such!

Anyways, see ya!

FillieFanatic

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