I am super excited to show my new favourite piece! <3 Tadaaaa…..here it the Taeschling from Allerleikind:
I had the privilege to be selected as test sewer for a super awesome pattern from AllerleiKind.
The e-book will be published soon, but I just couldn’t wait to show you one of my first variation of the pants.
The pants can be created the way you want them to look, long, short or for your growing child. Allerleikind made it possible to offer one pattern with up to 12 different (to see all the variations follow the link) ways to sew pants for your child. Doesn’t matter if boy or girl! She provides 3 different ways to finish the legs and 4 different ways to create your front pockets on the pants.
In this post I only show you the short version and one variation of the front pockets. I will show you the other version in another post! I felt like each pair of pants needed its own post!
I’ve used Lillestoff and Birch Jersey Fabric for the Pants and Shirt.
I’ve created the Shirt a little while ago and really liked the unusual combo and thought it would be perfect for the Taeschling. And I know this might be a bit of an overdo with matching shirt and pants, but I just had to put them together for the “photo shoot”.
Well you can’t really call it photo shoot, he was wearing his clothes 15-20 minutes and after that everything was off and he ran around naked in the yard, because it has been so hot here in Seattle.
Thanks again to Heike from Allerleikind for letting me be a part of the an awesome sewing group!
I also linked this to Made4boys
I also linked this to Kiddikram