e cords in fall colors: round 2

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E CORDS 18mo Pattern and Text Instructions HERE
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I liked the result of Ellie's mustard corduroy pants so much I decided to whip up a few more!
I was wondering if anyone would like my pattern pieces to make your own. The original post had tips to use clothing to make your own pattern, but I already have these 18 month skinny jeans drafted.  Leave a comment if you think you'd use them so I know they'd help someone before I scan and finish the digital, printable version.

  So for the complete set I chose to add charcoal and lilac for fall.

The "e" in the name comes from the little machine free sewn lower-case e on each bum pocket--Ellie's initial.
Most of the details are the same, the faux fly, buttonhole elastic waist, and narrow leg opening.
But this time around, I had plenty of fabric so I cut the pockets on the bias.
So the front patch pockets angle toward the side seams.
 
The bum pockets angle toward the back center seam.
Not a big deal, but a subtle texture detail when you cut it out.

Charcoal:


Lilac:



More fall toddler clothes to come next week!

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36 comments

  1. I LOVE these pants. I've scoured the internets for a skinny pant pattern that doesn't involve an actual zip fly. Sadly, my boys (yes I totally think this a unisex pattern!) fall into the 2-6 age range. I'd totally buy this if you were to make other sizes!!!

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  2. My granddaughter is just moving into 18 month sized pants, so I would LOVE a printable pattern if you don't mind. These would be perfect for fall and winter. May I ask where you got your corduroy? The colors are yummy.

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  3. Like everyone else, I really love these. My little boy has moved on from the 18 month size though. (*sniff*) But I probably will use the tutorial you posted to draft a pant pattern for him. Cords are my favourite!

    Ann
    http://www.thevelvetaubergine.com/

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  4. I would love to use your pattern pieces! I am dying to make some for my little guy!

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  5. Oh my gosh, those are the best! I never had a thing for cords...until now! My sister is big into corduroy, and she's got tons of the stuff. I may have to go shopping at her house. :-)

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  6. umm... yes! my neice is coming up on that size, and i could see these on my son in a few months too! (in boyish colors of course...)

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  7. Jess, I love the blouses you've made for yourself and Ellie. I still don't know how you have the time to sew all of these clothes. The pants are definitely cute. It would be fun to try something like that.

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  8. These are so gorgeous! I absolutely would make a pair (or 2 or 3) if you shared it.

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  9. I would totally buy this pattern. They are adorable!!

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  10. Great pants! My girls are too big for that size, but I have to take your idea and make some of my own. I am having the hardest time finding comfortable pants in the store for them, especially my 3 year old.

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  11. I love love! My daughter is about the same size and I have been trying to make her some from you tutorial to no avail (very very beginner sewer!)A pattern is just what I need!

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  12. I love these and would totally use it, just let me know where. :-)

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  13. I would totally love the pattern for these pants. It's hard to find girl's pants that allow them to move as comfortably as boys can.

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  14. A-dor-a-ble!!! The model and the pants!

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  15. If you felt like sharing your pattern, I would totally take you up on it! My little darling is just growing into size 18 months and I have been feverishly working to get her fall wardrobe made. I love the sassiness of skinny cords!
    ps. for a pattern you're generously thinking about sharing for free, I'm just fine with hand-drawn lines. Save your energy if you'd like. :)

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  16. wow, never knew how cute cords could look! Love the idea of using them for skinny pants- and the colors you chose are fabulous!
    If you'd share the pattern, I'd be really tempted to make some for my niece :)

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  17. These pants are adorable! I agree that they are fantastic for both boys and girls :) I would love it if you would share your pattern! My son is 15 months old but already in 18-24 month store bought clothing so I would love to make some of these for him. I hope you are having a wonderful day dear :)
    Bonnie MS
    ridingthebonnieway.blogspot.com
    www.etsy.com/shop/RidingTheBonnieWay

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  18. I would LOVE the pattern! These are darling!

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  19. I would love a pattern! My daughter is almost into 18 months. This would be great!

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  20. I would love a pattern! My daughter is almost into 18 months. This would be great!

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  21. I would love a pattern! My daughter is almost into 18 months. This would be great!

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  22. these are DELICIOUS

    my oldest is in size 4, my middle is just getting into 18 mo, and the NEW BEBE due in february will also need cords. i love love LOVE corduroy! i really like your colors as well. where did it come from? although, my born two are boys, i think these would still work, and the third is still a SURPRISE!!! yup, interested in such a cutsie pattern. thanks for all the love.

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  23. I just happened upon these and would LOVE to make a bunch, both for my soon-to-be-born little girl and for my nieces. If you posted the pattern pieces, I would be ever so grateful. Thanks so much!

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  24. I love these pants! My little man is 9months old and I would love to make him a few pairs.

    http://iliska-dreams.blogspot.com.au/

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  25. It'll take awhile for my granddaughter to be there but I really like them!!

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  26. I'd LOVE your pattern for these darling jeggings! I hope you will make it available.

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  27. I'd love to make these for my grandson.

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  28. would LOVE a copy of this pattern and a chance to make these toooo cute jeans

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  29. Oooh, I'd love a pattern - these pants are sooo cute!! So perfect for fall.

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  30. So great! I still haven't started on Creamie's, you definitely have the better dressed child if we are comparing here :) And I love the bias pockets, I'm filing that away for the apple green corduroy I just found for pants. Yes!

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  31. so could use a pattern for this-would you consider putting in bigger sizes as well?????

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  32. I'd love a patter for these chords. I've already made three pairs of jeggings and would love to make these also. My bib is only 4 months old, but I can try and down size your pattern pieces. Is this pattern on your blog? I can't seem to find it... Or do you email them?
    I'm totally in love wi your blog by the way. You're such a crafty cat and so inspiring! Thank you

    Katie

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  33. I'd love a patter for these chords. I've already made three pairs of jeggings and would love to make these also. My bib is only 4 months old, but I can try and down size your pattern pieces. Is this pattern on your blog? I can't seem to find it... Or do you email them?
    I'm totally in love wi your blog by the way. You're such a crafty cat and so inspiring! Thank you

    Katie

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  34. I would love to make these! I need a size 2-3T, though. Maybe someday?? :)

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