Today I am happy to have Sabra from Sew a Straight Line here!
Sabra, as the name of her blog implies, is a sewing master. I don't think there is anything this woman can't sew. She also has a sense of humor that I just love and she's a beautiful mom to four cute kids. I love reading her blog and always come away from it laughing, uplifted, or inspired...or all three. :)
She very recently had a baby girl herself, but has taken the time to create a new, adorable pattern, for this series. Amazing! Thank you Sabra. I'm excited to try it out.
Good morning fellow Delia Creates-readers! I’m Sabra and I blog at Sew a Straight Line. I can’t tell you how excited I am to be here today! Like Delia is about to do, we added our first girl to our previously-all-son family two months ago. Ivy is sweet and soft and adorable, and we’re completely in love with her. It’s so fun to have a girl, as girl projects are all about details and accessorizing. And nothing epitomizes this aspect more than the ruffle. Slap a ruffle anywhere and you’ve pretty much girled things right up. But as a mom of three boys, I like to find ways to sneak fun details into their clothing, too. Today I want to share a quick and easy pant with you that allows for individualizing no matter the gender. My pattern uses just about half a yard total of knit fabric, so you can easily use an upcycled t-shirt or put to use any larger knit scraps you have laying around. At least that’s what I did. Just click the fun little be-bummed button here to go to the full instructions with downloadable PDFs in three infant sizes: Thanks Delia for letting me nest along with you. I can’t wait to see your new little one!
These pants are so stinking fun, perfect for those poofy diaper bums. :)
I can't wait to make a pair.
Thank you for nesting with me Sabra.