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Hi Deanna, If you click on the link to the Free patterns page it should take you to a page with pictures and links to all our free patterns. I click the link and it takes me back to the web site. Hi, just tried to print pattern unsuccesfully cause it keeps bringing me back to the picture and ont printing. Plastic Pants 4 Pairs.

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Baby Bubble Shorts {Tutorial} Growing up, my dad had a helium machine. My brothers and I used to beg him to fill up balloons for us and then we'd secretly suck the helium out of the balloons until we sounded like Alvin & The Chipmunks.
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Baby Bubble Shorts {Tutorial} Growing up, my dad had a helium machine. My brothers and I used to beg him to fill up balloons for us and then we'd secretly suck the helium out of the balloons until we sounded like Alvin & The Chipmunks.

Een last 15 minute kraamcadeau. I made one for the cutest baby! Hi, just tried to print pattern unsuccesfully cause it keeps bringing me back to the picture and ont printing. If you click on any of the links they take you to my web store to the listing for the pattern free there are pictures at the top of the listing, scroll down and add the pattern to cart and checkout as normal.

Then you will get a link to download the pdf for the pattern. Thank you so much for this free pattern. And thank you so much for the pattern! I just have one question… have you tested the pants on a baby 6mth? Or gotten some feedback on how they fit? Thanks very much for the pattern. I have some polar fleece that has been sitting in my stash for quite a while and now that my daughter is expecting her second child gives me the perfect excuse to use it up on this lovely pattern.

Hi and thanks so much for the pattern! I made my first pair last night after our little guy went to sleep! Sewing the little leg cuffs on required a bit of maneuvering, but worked out fine! Wanted to let you know though that I think the print size test box in inches should be 5in rather than 4…the 8cm box measures 8cm though, so I know it really printed out actual size. Life Lately Crayons and Drywall: Hi Laura, This tutorial is included in this post.

I have subscribed to your weekly email and clicked on the links but no pattern appears. Have tried with both my iPad and desk top computers. Hi Deanna, If you click on the link to the Free patterns page it should take you to a page with pictures and links to all our free patterns. You just need to click on the link below the picture of the pattern that you would like and the pattern should open.

I tried that and it takes me back to the same page that says. Free grow-with-me baby harem pants pattern NB to 6 months. After you sign up and confirm your email address, you will receive access to the whole Sew4bub Free Pattern library. I cannot find the actual pattern to cut out. I want to make these soon. Hi Deanna, when you sign up for the newsletter you receive a welcome email that has a link and a password. I still cannot access, there are links but no password, I unsubscribed and started over and still no password.

I am using the first email to confirm and receive the second saying congratulations and I am confirmed but I cannot find the pattern to cut out, I see only the directions. Thank you for any help you can give me. Hi Deanna, Please send me an email directly and I will email you a copy liz. Hi Rose, All you have to do is subscribe to the newsletter by following the link to the newsletter in the post above. You will then receive an email asking you to confirm your email address.

Once you have confirmed your email address you will receive an email with a link to the free pattern page and a password to access that page. I have the same problem, i cant download the pattern. I can just read the atricle which says that i need to subscribe for the pattern.

Hi Liza, To get the pattern you need to subscribe to the newsletter. After you have subscribed to the newsletter you will receive the link to the pattern. Super cute knitted sweater and baggy pants ByAnnika. If you print it from your browser or from a different device you might have troubles with sizing. I have subscribed to the list and have confirmed. Nieuwgeboren Gust in een harembroekje. Hi there i subscribed and followed all the instructions and got the news letter with the paasword of the week and i cant find anywhere to actually download the pattern please can u help or email me the http address for the download please one confused mum to be wanting to make bubby some pants thanks.

Hi Victoria, The free patterns to download are at https: Then rearrange the pants so they look like the pic above and sew the crotch seam. Do the same with the cuffs. Fold one cuff back on itself so that the seam is in the middle. Repeat this process with the other cuff and the waistband. Turn right side out, and then your done.

Super quick and easy right? Fold the cuffs and waistband down for a newborn, and adjust the length as they get older. As always, thanks for reading. Liz xx Share this: Now I just need a baby to sew them for ;o. Will have another go…. No problems — funnily enough it took me a really long time to work that out too! Do you use a straight stitch or a zigzag stitch for making these? Instead, just measure up for a simple elastic waist.

And there you are, you just made yourself a pattern. I may try a few different variations of this, and you should too. Like keeping the original waistband and using box pleats at the top! And a peak at my most-favorite traditional Hosh Pants…she wears these bright green pants constantly. I was already sold on getting the collection but if I was not, making bubble shorts from the Hosh Pants pattern would have pushed be over the edge.

You inspired me to try my hand at some using the adjustable waistband and a pleated front. I just blogged about it here http: This was such a helpful tutorial in some Bubble Scrunch Shorts I made!

I ended up doing a cuffed hem instead of the elastic, but my daughter loves them! Changing that to a straight line un-trues it. Email will not be published required. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

By Monica Swift on April 7, After a brief sewing stint in the fifth grade, I picked it up again 20 years later. Sewing is my yoga. Otherwise, you can find me being mauled by my three children, enjoying the beautiful Adirondack Mountains, or drinking wine. Latest posts by Monica Swift see all sewing: DIY flannel hooded scarf - November 24, Facebook Pinterest Google Twitter. Roxanne April 7, at 7:

Shop baby girls & boys bubble clothing at Smocked Auctions. Buy classic smocked and monogrammed children’s clothing online for newborns, babies, toddlers, and kids. I love tutorials where I get to showcase my baby’s bum! haha! But really, it’s so cute right? I also love harem pants so I’ve been whipping some up for Stella using some fun prints like these ones.A soft jersey or organic cotton works best because theres a little stretch to them but a variety of fabrics will work and this pattern (available from newborn to 3T sizes) really is so simple! Super luxe and soft essential for every girls' wardrobe. Now when you buy a Limeapple minky bubble hoodie, we'll give 10% to your choice of three charities.