The next garment from our Forest Friends photoshoot that we’d like to share is the Pudding Pants worn by Lowell. You can see the whole lookbook here. We used Treeline cotton jersey fabric from the Project Nature Adventure fabric collection.
Treeline is designed by Lisa of Mabey She Made It. She arranged green watercolor trees in stripes across a plain white background. In the lookbook, Lisa includes a bunch of ways to use the Treeline cotton jersey fabric to create other fun designs on a garment. One of my favorite ideas is to use a strip of trees as a tuxedo stripe down the side of a pair of pants! This could very easily be done with the Pudding Pants pattern.
The Pudding Pants are a very fun, and quick pattern. Because this was a special occasion, we had to include the pin tucks down the center of the pants! This pattern comes with a TON of options for making them special and personalized for each child. They’re unisex too, so boys and girls can enjoy this pattern. Also, the huge range of sizes makes this pattern very accessible for a long time.
Lowell is in LOVE with these pants, and has been wearing them for pajamas every single night! Which makes me able to attest to the superior quality of this Treeline cotton jersey fabric. It has not pilled or faded through the many repeated washings and wearing they’ve been through.
One of the things Lowell likes best about these pants is the comfortable waistband. Something about the combination of a drawstring and elastic, I guess. The wolf mask project can be found here.
The other garment I sewed using Treeline cotton jersey fabric was a romper for Baby. I used the Polo Romper pattern from Brindille and Twig. And this also has been worn and washed repeatedly! And is still going strong.
Preorder Project Nature Adventure fabric here.
Discover what we sewed with Binoculars Stretch Crepe fabric from this collection here.
Gorgeous forest photography by Sara Wilhelm.