Teeny Tiny Harem Recycled Fabric Leggings

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Blogger Cass Can Sew, recently gave birth to a little baby girl.  Before she did, she whipped up a few pairs of the cutest little baby harem pants with matching hats.  Cass repurposed the fabric from ladies knit tops and tanks to create some of these little cuties, and rib knit fabric purchased from the Op Shop became the pants' waist and ankle bands.  Go Cass!  You can see more of her creations here.

Inspired by Cass, I've made a few baby harem leggings of my own for baby #2.

 :: Teeny Tiny Harem Leggings ::

Sticking to the recycled theme, I've repurposed a t-shirt for the pair of blue leggings, and my never ending knit comic fabric obtained from a freecycler for the second pair.

:: Repurposed Blue T-shirt ::

:: Freecycled Comic Fabric ::

To give you an idea of just how teeny tiny these little leggings really are:

:: Teeny Tiny Harem Leggings ::

Notice how he'll be matchy matchy with his Mummy, if I happen to be wearing my own comic fabric leggings!

For any stitchers out there, the 0 -3 month baby harem pants pattern and tutorial is completely free via The Alison Show; super easy to follow.

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11 comments:

Iliska Dreams said...

So cute! I love this style of pants, on Jarvis as well as me

vickymyerscreations said...

Very gorgeous. Lurking in the back of mind of the stash of t-shirts my husband passed o to me - next summer they could be tots new range!Just got to get the hang of stitching knit fabric:) Thanks for the prompt:)

keep it sunny said...

I'm going to give them a go!

Pull Your Socks Up! said...

Hooray for teeny-tiny harem pants!! They look fantastic Erica and isn't it wonderful that they're made from an old t-shirt and your comic fabric (score!) The pic of you in your matching leggings ... awwwwwww. I did the opposite and made BIG pants this week hehee!! xoxoxo

Erica Louise said...

Love your big pants!!

Erica Louise said...

Hope you do, they are so cute and easy

Erica Louise said...

Very comfy aren't they

Erica Louise said...

Fantastic! Knit fabric isn't too tricky to sew, zig zag stitches work a treat !

Peta said...

these are awesome!

Cassandra said...

hehe! I love that you have matching ones!!! thanks for the link up lovely xo

★Max California said...

Just love these ^_^

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