Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Burda 9867

After Trick-or-Treating, we let the kids pick their favorite few candy, and pretty much threw the rest away.  

Here is Kai on Saturday morning, hiding out behind the leather chair in the living room with his lollypops.  He must have hid them before Scott and I gathered all the candy.      



Another warm pants.  They turned out great. I think this is the fifth pair I made with this pattern.  The pattern only goes up to size 6, so I cut everything out a little bigger.  It worked.  I added mock pockets in the front.  Made with fine wale corduroy, again from the RS closet. 

There are two more yards of this fabric, so I started making a dress.  Hopefully it will be ready for the primary presentation in a week and a half.  Stay tuned!

10 comments:

twoplustwins said...

Marie,
the pants turned out so cute. I am glad you posted the pattern number, I will have to make some for Eliza. We are enjoying this amazing warm spell here in NY and feel like pulling out our shorts again! I loved the picture of Kai and his candy. I could see Brett and Ben doing the same thing!
~Kim

Kimberly said...

Those pants turned out so cute! I never would have guessed you made those, they totally look store bought! And, Kai hiding with his candy is hilarious! My kids have been doing the same thing.

Meredith said...

The pants turned out great, and the fit looks really good. A purple corduroy dress will be darling!

カローラ said...

開くん、やることがかわいすぎ…。アーシャちゃんのパンツまたまた素敵。紫って実はすごく女の子っぽい色だよね。ドレスも楽しみにしてます。

Mommymita said...

I like the purple! I think I'm going to have to try these. what size does it start at?

Will you make them in mustard now? And I can't wait to see the dress

Marie' said...

Alison,
The pattern goes from 2 to 6.

Melissa said...

Asha is the best dressed little girl I know. We still haven't thrown out the candy yet. I need to. I've had way too much chocolate this week.

Tine said...

Oh how cute!!! A lovely pair of purple pants :-) No wonder she loves them. Thanks for answering the sizequestion in the last post, I guess I'll be looking for that pattern! The quilt on Asha's bed is stunning...did you sew that too?

Marie' said...

Tine,
I did make the quilt for Asha last Christmas.

Janene said...

I need you to teach me how to sew.