Finally, a decent bottom for Finnick, aside from that crisp white one I showed in the last post.
I know this one looks like a pair of jeans because of the fabric I used.
But the design really is intended to be that of the dress pants.
It's quite challenging to go out of your way, in the thick of the pandemic risk, and buy fabrics, so I am just using what I have in my stash.
Here are some photos of this guy I have not given his forever name yet.
Yes, I did make him a pullover, too.
And a loungewear ensemble, which I will take better pictures of once I make him his studio home diorama ;)
This pair of pants isn't really much of a difference to most of my trouser designs, as far as construction techniques are concerned.
Instructions on how to make these pants are almost identical to our girls' trousers, except that an additional step is added to sew the two vertical waist darts at the back panels.
Here's the link to my trousers pattern tutorial in blogpost form, and in video form.
Okay, so I also wanted to know if the pants looked okay on my BMR Made to Move Ken, but got too lazy to give him shirt. Sorry!
I'm super glad it fits him nicely, too!
Next up on my new pattern list is something for the girls, although this Ken wardrobe project will develop in parallel as I really wanted to give Finnick a character, a wardrobe, and a diorama.
I don't know when that will complete, but I am not stressing myself with any deadline.
Lately, I had been friendlier to myself, giving more realistic tasks and more lenient when I feel tired/lazy. During these challenging times, I realized I should focus more on keeping my body and mind healthy.
How about you, dollings?
Did the pandemic make you a better person than you were before? If yes, how so?
I could probably write another blog post about this, but I would love to hear from you guys, too.
Let's chat, okies?
Thanks so much for your time and support always!
P.S. This trouser pattern is now available at my Etsy shop. Thanks again!