Thursday, October 22, 2015

Jocole Blog Tour--Skinnies and Skorts and a Giveaway!




First up, my baby girl's skorts.
It's funny how excited a 15 month old can get over new clothes. 
Must be her older sister's influence....ha! 


I used Jocole's Faux-Wrap Skort pattern. 
No adjustments were made to the pattern--they were sewn in a quilting cotton that I had in my stash from a couple years back. 
They're perfect for a little girl on the move, and even though it's heading into Fall here, I think we'll get enough wear out of these, even in the house, or with tights underneath to make it look even more skirt-ish. 


If you follow me on Facebook at all, you may have heard about my hot pink skinny pants. 
Well, here they are, and I'm thrilled with how they turned out! 


I used Jocole's Skinny Pants pattern, and did have to make a few adjustments.
The waist was too big and the hips were perfect (even though I had blended sizes according to my measurements.) 
So, I took it in a bit at the side seams, tapering into the regular seam at the hips. 
I also added darts on the back, just above the pockets, to take in any gaping so that it wouldn't look bunched and saggy while on. 
The fabric is a slightly stretchy twill that I bought off a destash site on Facebook. 


They are super comfy with the yoga waistband! 
I now want to make many more in different fabrics...we'll see if I ever get to it, but I'm super happy with them.

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4 comments:

  1. I liked the Quick Dress & Top

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  2. Lookin good! I have the crossover dress on my list, but thinking about skinny pants too... hmmm...

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  3. Love the skinny pants. I need the Skinny Minnies for my girls!

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  4. I would sew the women's cross-overs tunic and dress.

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