Added Feb 9, 2010
The Palmetto Sta...
I don;t think I will ever buy another pair of RTW jeans for the girls of the family again! Jalie, you are the bomb. I amde these jeans for my daughter first because at least I if blooped, there wouldn’t be too much fabric wasted. I made them a bit bigger than her RTWs because she is as big as pencil and is growing like a bean stalk. I made the embroidery on the pocket and pant legs before construction. There is also a little flower on the stem at waistband but I forgot to picture it. The back and front pockest are lined with a pretty white and light blue flower material. Forgot that pic too. I used a regular garment zipper in purple and a light purple button. I love this Ms Jalie. Now if anyone knows of good source of rivets for jeans..I’m listening. I want to put them on my jeans so that would look more RTW.
Ps I done the regular rise because there is no way I am starting her on lowrise at her age. Traditional jeans are just fine for a 5 year old. ..I’l be making mine in the lowrise though. ;)
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