Monday, May 20, 2013

44 Harem-Sareoul-MC Hammer "You Call It" Pants Pattern {pocket version}

It's here!!!
Hot off the press, the "You Call It" pants, pocket version PDF pattern with instructions. I had orginaly planned on doing a tutorial, but it would've been suuuper long so to save everybody from long post syndrome, I decided to create a PDF. Just click it, print it and sew it.
Now a lot of time and love went into creating this, so please... 
leave a comment and tell me what you think, follow this blog and share your photos HERE. I would really love to see what you make! 
Share the love folks!
So without further adieu, go HERE for the pant pattern. If this version doesn't tickle your fancy, I have one more to share with you...
Keep your eyes peeled for the nautical and basic version. I should have this by the end of the week.
Happy sewing!
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44 comments:

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    1. Thanks Carla! I can see Jude in a pair...

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  2. ahhh! love that first pic of lala! she wears these pants so darn well...reese doesn't look quite as stunning in his ;) GREAT JOB!

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    1. Aw, thank you Ash! Honestly, I LOVE your version of the pants. I had the, "why didn't I think of that?" moment. You have to make another one and show everyone!

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  3. This is so great! I have been looking all over the net for a pattern for pants like this (this is how I originally found your blog)and loved all your versions from the beginning! And now you made a pattern! For free! Thank you! I am looking forward to making them soon!

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    1. You're so welcome, Ute! I can't wait to see what you make!

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  4. Thank you so much for sharing great pattern!! I'm so making this! One question, is knit fabric good choice for this pant?

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    1. HI Shino! You could adapt this pattern with knits. It may sun big, so I suggest taking in the pattern about 3/8- 5/8". I find light weight cottons (wovens) work best with this pattern though. Don't forget to share your pants on my Flickr group! ;)

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  5. I'm so making these...I'll let you know when I do. Thank you so much for making this pattern...it looks fantastic! Going to pin it NOW! :)

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    1. Hi Heidi! Yes! I wanna see what you make, I know it's going to be FAB-U-LOUS! Yay! Thanks for pinning!

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  6. Ya! I'm excited to give them a swing!

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    1. You always give good critiques on patterns. Let me know what you think! :)

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  7. Stop! Hammer time! Love love love these!!!

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    1. Now I have that song in my head. ;) I gotta dance...

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  8. Teehee! These are so awesome! :D

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  9. Well done Venus!!!! These look so comfy. Am going to pin them to my to do list! Thank you:))))

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    1. You're so welcome, Suz! Speaking of to do list, I've been on the computer too long and I'm having sewing withdrawals... I need to sew!!!

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  10. Love this! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  11. They are amazing, love your photos too. Thanks for the pattern!

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    1. Thank you, Laura. Lala used to run away screaming whenever she saw the camera. Now she knows the drill. Have fun sewing!

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  12. Love these! Just whipped up a pair... thanks for the great pattern!

    http://cookinandcraftin.blogspot.com/2013/05/please-hammer-dont-hurt-em.html

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    1. YAY!!! They look fantastic, Meg!

      "can't touch this... HAMMER TIME!" ;)

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  13. Love these pants and love you sense of style. Just wish my daughter loved them but she is all about the skirt\dress.

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    1. Thank you, Anouk! Hmmm... maybe one day... one day, she come to the dark side. HA! Until then, it's skirts and dresses. I'll be here when she's ready!!! ;)

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  14. Thank you so much for the pattern!

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  15. Hi! Thank you so much for sharing your great pattern!! I did one today for my 9.5 month old son and it turned out great! A bit to large, still, but he is growing really quickly... ;-)

    Here you can find my blog-posting - sorry, it´s in german, but you can watch the pictures!
    http://19nullsieben.blogspot.co.at/2013/07/happy-outfit.html

    Greetings from Vienna, Austria! Selina

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  16. Hi there,
    I just made a pair of these pants and blogged them here:
    http://floatingworld.typepad.com/floating_world_views/2013/07/pink-pants.html
    Thank you so much for sharing the pattern, it is so well drafted and very generous of you to make it available for free.
    Cheers,
    Suzy.

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  17. Oh my goodness, those are soooooo cute! I had a major flashback to the '80s when I saw them lol!

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  18. This is awesome! I found you from Made By Rae's Washi round-up and I love these pants. I want to try them with a knit, sans pockets. I'll have to add knee pads for my little crawler too. Thanks for creating something so great and sharing it with everyone! I'll be sure to post them on my little blog once I make them.

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  19. I am a fan of harem pants anyway, but they are even more super cute on children. I love the colours, very cool.

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  20. I can't wait to make these!! Thanks :-)

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  21. Thank you for these awesome pant patterns! Can't wait to try them out! :)

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  22. I can't see where you download the pdf? thanks

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    1. Hi Vanessa! shoot me an email and I'll send you the PDF's that way. :)

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  23. Hi, thanks for sharing these super easy and cute pants. My little sweetheart loves them.

    http://nadelhang.blogspot.de/2013/10/you-call-it-spielhose.html

    We call them "Spielhose". Ok?

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    1. Your little one looks adorable! Thank you for trying the pattern!

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  24. Hi looks fantastic, but I cant see where to download the pdf, can u help with both these pant patterns. thanks

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    1. Shoot me an email with your email address and I'll send to you that way. :)

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  25. I like the fabric, where did you bought it? Thanks for sharing the pattern, I'd love to make some!

    Maitane

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    1. Hi Maitane. I had actually bought this fabric from JoAnn's about 7 years ago or so. It was leftovers from sundresses I made for my two older girls. I don't know if you can find this particular fabric anymore, but I'm sure you can find something really awesome to use instead. Thanks for stopping by and I'd love to see what you make!!!

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