Wrap Skirt-pants

Added Apr 5, 2008

by apeape

Brighton, Massac...

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Description

This wrap is actually pants. It is a pattern i created, including a front panel that is free-flowing, disguising the fact that its pants.

Material Notes

Cotton I resist dyed (shibori).
Check out my how-to on shibori stitching and dyeing.

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Novice

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    Jun 9, 2010, 06.58 AMby malkaadams

    Are you giving out this pattern? Looks super. I think my girls would really like it.

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    Nov 8, 2009, 03.37 AMby tangerinesamurai

    Thanks for the shibori instructions. I am experimenting with it right now but your fabric just blows me away. It’s so beautiful and with the wrap pants just so cool. Thanks for sharing!

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    Sep 30, 2008, 09.08 PMby jmhair

    I’ve been trying to find/figure out wrap pant patterns for a WHILE now

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    Apr 6, 2008, 11.06 PMby sicilia

    Thanks very much for your description! Don’t think you will ever see me running at super speeds – so I should be safe :-)

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    Apr 6, 2008, 06.49 PMby reneebeth

    I absolutely love your color choices and how you dyed the fabric

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    Apr 6, 2008, 05.46 PMby olar

    I am so impressed by this shibori thing! It is wonderful, and I would love to know more, if you have the time, please tell us!

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    Apr 6, 2008, 04.27 PMby emilykate

    Beautiful! I’d love to see it being worn!

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    Apr 6, 2008, 04.23 PMby apeape

    To create this pattern, I loosely copied a pair of pants ( not tight ones- something on the baggy side with straight legs will help). Now you should have 4 separate pieces.

    Next, I added two extra panels- one on each side of the front. These are about the same size as the front panels, enough length to wrap almost to your center back. This way, your legs don’t show through the sides. (Unless you’re running at super speeds, no leg will show.)

    The front panel is optional –you can make it however you like. And, of course, the waistband/ties. When I put this on, I tie the back on first. Then, I pull up the front and its ties to the back.

    I did a search for wrap pants and found a picture of someone wearing this type of garment on the Dharma Trading website. Only, their version looks like they’re wearing mine backwards! Dharma’s version

    Also , I just discovered Burda makes a pattern for wrap pants, although they are narrower and they show leg. Same thing, looks like they’re wearing mine backwards: Burda2989

    hope this helps!

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    Apr 6, 2008, 09.19 AMby sicilia

    Very cute !! I know this patterns for long trousers (haven’t tried it yet). Can you let me know if the skirt shows a lot of legs (and maybe underwear:-) when walking or sitting down? Seems it’s perfect for a hot summer, but I actually would prefer to show not too much. I would also favour a pattern and/or small how-to.

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    Apr 5, 2008, 05.23 PMby mmmrphs

    Wow, that is gorgeous. I’d love a how to for the shibori dye process – the fabric is gorgeous.

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    Apr 5, 2008, 02.10 PMby galiah

    that is very nice desghen i like the color and the cute

    thanks

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