Added Feb 11, 2014
Hey y’all! Writing for Project Sewn again! I’ll be offering the pattern to these pants later this week. If you like these pants please go vote for them at Project Sewn .
I think I knew what I wanted to do this week long before I even got the Project Sewn challenge. It just so happened to be exactly what I wanted to sew. How many times in life does that happen?! I wanted to sew a pair of pink sequin pants for Valentine’s Day. It’s been so INCREDIBLY cold here in the east that I couldn’t imagine wearing a dress anywhere on Valentine’s Day. But I wasn’t going to let THAT stop me from dressing for the occasion!
Stick around later this week. I’ll be sharing the pattern I used to make these pants! And if you like these pants please go and vote for them at Project Sewn! (Scroll down to bottom of page to vote) With all the stiff competition I can use all the help I can get. Seriously. Some great stuff over there!
They’re tightly fitted like leggings but I made these pants with a zipper fly and waistband. I’m thinking of adding pockets to the pattern. What do you think? You can also use this pattern to make leggings. I’ll be sharing both versions. The zip fly and the no zip.
So what will you be wearing for your Valentine’s night out? A pair of blush and bubblies perhaps;-)
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