Friday, August 23, 2013

Meet the Testers for the Addy Pant with Free Legging Pattern

I love getting to know new people through my patterns.  It is so much fun!  I think I have been very lucky with all my patterns to find wonderful pattern testers.  The girls who have tested my Addy Pant pattern were wonderful!  I ended up adding the legging pattern to the Addy pant, which turned out perfectly!  Here are some pictures of what these awesome ladies have done with the pattern.
 It was so fun to have Jerica test these leggings for me.  This was one of her first time sewing with knits, and I think they turned out awesome!  How cute are leggings on these tiny little legs.  Jerica has opened a shop on facebook that you need to stop by and follow.  https://www.facebook.com/BugberryBoutique  She is just getting her page started and is working on adding everything to it, so please share to help get Bugberry Boutique known.
Amy is so on top of it!  She made this pair out of a jersey sheet using the top of the sheet for the hem of each pant leg.  I love the large folded hem.  It looks adorable!  Amy has the idea of adding some fun embellishments and pockets to a pair of pants too.  I can't wait to see how those turn out.

 Cheri was so wonderful that she made 3 pairs from the pattern using fleece cotton and knit.  Cheri is the perfect grandma!  I think that is what I love so much about this basic pattern is that is is so versatile for any fabric.  And how great do they look on Cheri's granddaughter.  Cheri also has a shop, check her out on etsy here - https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheFiberChick and like her on facebook here -
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I am hoping to get another review soon, and to have any changes made to the pattern by today.  So please keep your eye out in my shop.  I will offer the Addy Pant Pattern with the free legging for 1/2 off for 1 week after it is listed.

1 comment:

Cheri Edmonds said...

This pattern is great and easy to sew. If you are new to sewing, this is a must have pattern. My granddaughter has lived in all three pairs that I made in one day.