Baby Pants

Soon, I will get organized and do a proper post on the amazing Sew South weekend, but until then, Leah Day captured the weekend beautifully here.

I thought I would share with you a few of the projects I worked on during the free time, which was every night from 9-12pm in the ballroom.  It was so much fun and really gave me a chance to meet a lot of awesome women, but I was productive, too.  Probably because at 8 months pregnant, I was one of the few without a wine glass!

These baby pants are all made from Rae's super easy, super cute Big Butt Baby Pants pattern.  I am not sure how many I've made since I bought the pattern, but I definitely have gotten my money's worth for that purchase!

The first pair, in size 0-3 months, is made from just one fabric - Heather Ross' snails in double gauze from her original Far, Far Away line.


Second, in size 3-6, months feature a print from Lizzy House's Constellations line on the bottom with Moon Rabbits from Yuwa on the leg panels.

The final pair, size 6-12 months, have a Kokka Trefle robot print on the bottom paired with the lovely, soft, flannel-like brushed cotton from the Oliver + S Cape Ann line for Moda.

If you haven't tried this pattern and have any little ones to sew for, you definitely should!

Hope your week is off to a great start! xo,  Courtney


  1. Very very sweet. I just finished a wee pair from no pattern and am working on some reversible pants. Glad you had fun ; )

  2. Oh so cute!! :) I especially love the Moon Rabbits pair! :)

  3. Loving the robots with the brushed cotton. Cute AND soft!

  4. Courtney, those are just adorable. Wish I was sewing when my boy was little. :(

  5. Love your color combos Courtney! Are you going to show off the treasure pocket pants?
    Hopefully next year we can share a glass of wine!

  6. Adorable. I love your fabric choices.


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