Added Feb 12, 2013
I used my old shirt to make it. He grows so fast and i realy like this kind of pants but they are so expensive in stores so made my own. Used existing pants to draw a pattern to paper then folded half. The trick is that fold part is actually on the side not in front which can easily be confused. Serged it with my overlocker. Bottom part and upper part are separately serged together with main part.
Little tip: bottom part (whee leggings stop) should sew on before sewing together legs ;)
strehy knitted shirt
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