Monday, July 9, 2012

Pattern Review - Mud Puddle Splashers by Fishsticks Designs

I've shared several pairs of Muddle Puddle Splashers I've made for donation in our album so far. But my lil' fella needed a pair too. :)
He picked this dino print since it matched the pair of lounge shorts I had made for daddy for Father's Day. 

 And he loves them!!! He put them on as soon as they were finished and even slept in them. :)

 The Mud Puddle Splashers Pattern is a great pattern to sew!
It offers many customizable features to make your shorts exactly what you want, or what your supplies will allow for. 

We had just enough of this fabric for a basic pair of elastic waist shorts. The versatile pattern made a perfect pair too! They fit GREAT!
The pattern offers additional options for a cuffed hem, faux fly and side pockets. I've made several of the donation pairs with pockets and love how simple they are to add! All little boys love to have pockets to tuck stuff into....I'm going to have to make him a pair with pockets too I think. ;)

These 2 Camo Geko pairs are my latest additions to the donation stack.
Be sure to check out the album and see all the shorts that have been sewn so far for our July Monthly Project! 

Happy Sewing!
Kristy

SUMMARY
Sewing Experience Level: Beginner
Size Range: 2T - 7/8
Special Techniques: None
Pattern Format: PDF (offered to support charity sewing)
Materials Used: Cotton woven prints, elastic for waistband
Personal Notes: The versatility of this pattern is limitless! The optional added features of cuffed hems, faux fly and pockets mean every pair you create can be different.

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