Thursday, October 4, 2012

London Pants and Giveaway!

I'm super excited about this! I've got a great giveaway lined up for you! 
 
 I was recently able to test a pattern for Petite Kids Boutique--the London Pants.
 
 
London Pants for Boys and Girls 12M-8Y PDF Pattern & Instructions-Cargo style-Rolled up hem-Flat front with elastic waistline-big pockets
 
 This pattern is for both girls and boys from size 12m to 8y and has so many neat little details that it was a blast to make!
 
 
I made a size 2 for my daughter. (And, I'm working on a size 3 for one of my boys.)
 
 
The brown fabric is from the second hand store--it's, I think a type of twill-ish fabric. I have no idea what it actually is. Ha, I had thought I had grabbed my linen only to find that it was still on the bottom of the stack, un-cut. And, the contrast fabric is a quilting cotton I received from a friend. I'm not sure where it's from or what it's called but it's cute.

 
The cute star buttons come out of bag of mixed buttons from Walmart.

 
It fits great--no adjusting needed at all and that is pretty good for my skinny girl! Plus, she'll be able to wear them for years lengthwise--just unroll the cuff.
I'd highly recommend this pattern for anyone with skinny kids.
And, now for the awesome giveaway!
 
Wong from Petite Kids Boutique has agreed to give away a copy of the London Pants pattern! It is brand new--just up for sale!  
 
London Pants for Boys and Girls 12M-8Y PDF Pattern & Instructions-Cargo style-Rolled up hem-Flat front with elastic waistline-big pockets
 
To enter, be or become a follower of my blog and leave a comment telling me your favourite pattern in the Petite Kids Boutique shop!
The giveaway will close on the 12th of October.
**Giveaway now closed**
 

2 comments:

  1. Can't decide between the Ceci shorts and the London pants :)

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  2. thank you so much for this nice giveaway! I am your new GFC follower and my favorite patterns are Olivia Skirt and Anya Dress

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