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All The Pants!

January 22, 2015 - 9:35 am

Well, not quite all. We ran out of light before the linen pants got their photoshoot. But most of the pants. First, the silk ones: 

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As I mentioned, sufficiently tailored for business casual, but sufficiently funky for a fiber artist’s wardrobe. They have deep, deep pockets, which is wonderful.

Next, the silly bloomers:

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Fun! Silly! Comfy.

Finally, the PJ’s:

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Wonderful deep pockets! They are exactly the depth of the tips of my fingers.

They also make excellent yoga pants for chilly mornings:

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Calcifer the kitten is helping me with my finger placement. 

And, of course, they are delightful for lounging and knitting:

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Comments

Jess

January 22, 2015 9:35 am

😀 I love the bloomers! Those are just delightful. I was eyeballing some flannel the other day for a new pair of pajama pants, but I’m obsessing over a crochet afghan right now– and working on learning to do a hand-rolled hem to where it looks neat.

Jennifer Leigh

January 22, 2015 9:35 am

The bloomers were cut from a goodwill curtain. I made them in 3 hours. 🙂

Jess

January 22, 2015 9:35 am

Oh, that’s awesome. The silk I’m working with now is from a Goodwill skirt.

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