Well, the M is for Moto Joggers pattern is available in the shop now, and I wanted to quickly show you one of the versions I made while the pattern was in development.
(Apologies for the contrast-y pictures, it was a very bright day today and we were trying to take advantage of ‘nap time’ to take some pics, not ideal lighting.)
Here I am mixing prints and feeling a bit cute wearing a hat 🙂
You will notice (or not notice as the case may be) that the super wide and strategically placed waistband is flattening out that bit of tummy, that post-kids is just not as firm??/flat?? (basically it sticks out a bit, all. the. time.) – Awesome.
This is the capri length in polyester/elastane knit. This fabric is silky soft, super stretchy and very light weight.
This wasn’t my favorite fabric to sew with, but I am happy with how they turned out, just something a bit different (all the while still feeling like you are wearing your PJ’s ).
Obviously, modeling is my calling… Ha! 😉
Want to see some more different versions of this super flexible pattern? Beginning on Monday 26th Oct I have organised 20 or so amazing bloggers to test the pattern out and show us their versions. I will post up the schedule a bit closer to the date, so stay tuned.
As always, thanks for reading.
4 thoughts on “20 different takes on the M is for Moto Joggers”
They look awesome! Love the fabric combo!
Thanks 🙂 I am usually dressed in all black, grey or navy so this was adventurous for me, but got lots of lovely comments the day I wore it.
Im such a terrible sewer for my self. I tend to make toddler clothes. I must venture out and make more for my self. !!! Sizing just gets me messed up every time. GREAT job on the outfit !
Thanks Alison 🙂 Sewing for yourself can be frustrating when you first start, but it is so worth it once you get going!