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Origami Pants for my boy

Added Apr 4, 2011

by groovymama

Hobro, Denmark






This pattern was drafted by another BurdaStyle Member – dlikat – and is available right here:


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    Apr 29, 2011, 08.35 AMby pixelink

    amazing clothing for kids, do you sell anywhere?

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      Apr 29, 2011, 08.59 AMby groovymama

      Sometimes I sell a little through my blog….not much – but it happens….

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    Apr 14, 2011, 10.56 PMby urbandon

    Rocks! Seen kids in Australia wearing clothes like that. Guess we are unadventurous here too. Very cool.

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    Apr 6, 2011, 06.40 PMby jj1

    I looooove it but I think my husband won’t allow my son to wear this, he is not a fashioned guy. You son rocks!

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    Apr 5, 2011, 08.34 PMby Liora Litman-Cohen

    Thanks for the usual-your work is interesting and in Israel it would’nt be so common to wear pants like that,althogh,the arab Druz people here wear pants like these (calld in funny sleng-‘bag/sac with poo’ because of their shape…) all the time.

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    Apr 4, 2011, 03.07 PMby dreamfast

    Wow, I’m lost for words… :O Wish my son wasn’t so selective about clothes, eh :7

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    Apr 4, 2011, 02.49 PMby xanray

    Oh my, he is SO cute! Love those pants on him. Here in the United States, you don’t see boys dressing like this. I think it’s cute, but my son would probably not wear them. Nice job momma!

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      Apr 4, 2011, 03.01 PMby groovymama

      Thanks, sweetie.

      In Europe (at least the northern part of Europe) you’ll see a lot of boys with ‘baggy butt pants’…they have been popular for a couple of years now. I must admit that I first thought of my daughters when I saw this pattern – but luckily I changed my mind ’cause my Bertram loves these pants :-)

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