Wednesday, 7 October 2015

Cargo pocket Hosh Pants

Another pair of Hosh Pants? Yes, sorry, hope I'm not boring you with my 50 shades of Hosh Pants.
It just gives this instant sewing satisfaction. You know, those days you do want to sew but you're looking for an immediate result. Some people go and make pillows, for me it's  Hosh Pants at the moment.



Right, so this one is a 100% recycled, just like the last pair. The pants are cut out of a pair of treggings I owned (still don't know why I bought those actually). I upcycled the back pockets and put them on the side of the legs like cargo pockets.

The pants are paired with really warm and cosy socks, perfect for our morning walks this fall season. The little guy hates cold feet.
























Do tell me, what's your immediate sewing satisfaction pattern?


























8 comments:

  1. You could never bore me with anything! Those cargo pockets on the side make them sooooo cool. Love that they're upcycled! :D

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    1. Thanks Karly! Upcycling is the best, makes me feel less guilty when I bought something I end up using just a couple of times. It gets a second chance with the boys :)

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  2. Tof!! En echt super stoer met die sokken :)

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    1. Dank je!, ja ik ben dol op dit soort grote sokken/beenwarmers, instant herfst gevoel :)

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  3. supermooi alweer! en hoe stoer met die zijzakjes!

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    1. Thx! Ja, de zijzakjes maken hem in dit geval. Altijd zo leuk wat je kan bereiken door zelf elementen toe te voegen. Ik zit nu te denken aan een motorbroek variant.

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  4. Heerlijk van die patronen die die snel klaar zijn en je fijn mee kan variëren. Ik heb dat vaak met tricot jurk patroontjes. Super idee van die zakken trouwens!

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