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Walker Jeans by Momma Quail Patterns

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Na passada segunda feira, a Momma Quail Patterns, lançou o seu último molde, Walker Jeans, que eu tive o prazer de testar... Sim, sim, quero reduzir os testes aos moldes e tal e coiso, mas a verdade é que até me tenho portado bem. Mas o que hei-de eu fazer? Sempre que vejo os tester calls da Amy, lá vou eu, não lhes consigo virar costas. E desta vez, foi o desenho destas calças, na opção que acabei por fazer que me chamou a atenção. O molde vem com duas opção de corte, a primeira a calça direita e a segunda ligeiramente afunilada nos joelhos, e depois novamente mais larga em baixo, tipo boca de sino, mas pouco acentuado. Claro que há também a opção de fazer calções e ainda incluí linhas de corte para ajustar o comprimento - já que é mais para o longo, dando espaço para os períodos de crescimento veloz a que os nossos pequenos estão sujeitos. No caso do meu pequenino, que é curto de perna, os moldes da Amy são mesmo longos, mas de resto assentam na perfeição. Este molde, como a maioria dos moldes desta designer, é mais direcionado para os meninos, embora também inclua nas instruções, a versão menina para a aplicação do fecho e braguilha. Começa no tamanho 12M e vai até ao tamanho 14. O meu miúdo ficou com um ar mesmo cool. Infelizmente estava demasiado frio e não lhe tirei o casaco, mas por baixo vestia esta camisola que lhe fiz no ano passado (e sim, ainda serve). Até o pai estava super orgulhoso, uma vez que ambas as peças, foram recicladas e feitas a partir de roupas do pai. O miúdo também parece ter aprovado as calças novas, correu, pulou, saltou, rebolou na areia, trepou e nunca se queixou.

Last monday, Momma Quail Patterns had released her lattest pattern, the Walker Jeans... Yes, yes, I want to reduce the number of pattern tests and all that, but the truth's that I've been behaving quite well. What I can do though? Everytime I come across one of Amy's tests, there I go, I just can't turn my back to it. This time, I was drawn by the bootleg option of these jeans. The pattern comes with two options, the first one is a straight leg and then the bootleg, there's also the possibility of making shorts versions too, including cutting lines to adjust height - the pattern height is a bit long, adding room to grow, good for our always growing fast kids. In the case of my little one, Amy's patterns are often too long because he's quite short legged, but other than that, the pattern fits perfectly elsewhere. This pattern, as most patterns from the designer, are meant for boys, even though, this includes girl fly and zipper directions/instructions. It starts at 12M size and goes up to size14. My little boy looks really cool in his jeans. Unfortunately it was too cold and I didn't take his hoodie off for the photos, but he was wearing this shirt I made him last year (and yes, still fits). Even dad was feeling all proud, since both pieces I made, were refashioned from his own clothes. The boy seemed to approved his new jeans as well, he ran, jumped, rolled in the sand, climbed and never complained. 






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  1. Wow! Those tiny jeans turned out amazing! Great job!

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