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Fleece Pants Pattern

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Fleece Pants Pattern
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If you've been doing some sewing for kids and need some new ideas, try these comfy pants. This Fleece Pants Pattern is a great way to make your own clothes that fit the needs of your growing kids! The best thing about learning how to make pants for kids is that you can save a ton of money and make sure the pants fit perfectly. This free printable sewing pattern comes in several sizes with a free pdf pattern for sizes all the way up to a child's size 7/8.

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Time to complete: Weekend project

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this pattern definatley runs very small, ive made these a few times and the 4/5 fits my son whos only 28 lbs and very tall /skinny and its actually pretty small around the waist. it definately wouldnt come close to being big enough for my daughter whos 3. and wont fit my 20 mo son around the waist! waht ive done before is add a couple inches into the middle of the pattern and then it fits . its a good start to a pattern but the sizing is way too small as-is.

I made this pattern yesterday but used some cotton material that I had left over. I used the pattern for the 3T-4T size. The finished pants were much smaller than I realized. Could it be that these are US sizes and they are not the same as Canada. The finished pant size looked as it if was for a one year old instead of a 3 - 4 year old. Otherwise the pattern was easy to put together and was very easy to make.

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