Sunday, March 9, 2014

DIY Leggings: Jocelyn's Leggings by EYMM

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How cute are these leggings on those tiny legs?

Our little PiePie really is little. Leggings are a staple in her wardrobe and even some store bought leggings are too baggy on her.

When Kymy at Everything Your Mama Made & More (EYMM) asked me to sew up a pair of leggings using her Jocelyn's Leggings pattern, I didn't hesitate to say YES!

This was actually the first pair of leggings I've ever made.  I was so impressed by how fast they are to make!!  Pretty sure I won't be purchasing store-bought leggings anymore.

Perhaps the best part of this pattern is that there is no elastic needed!!  Yay!

There are 2 waistband options included in the pattern.  The regular and the fold-over.  I chose to to the fold over waistband on these and I really like how it turned out.

The leggings are designed to be made with a performance fabric and be very fitted.  Perfect for PiePie!

There are also 3 length options included: short, capri and pant. 

As with all patterns, it is very important to choose your size based on measurements for proper fit.  Based on PiePie's measurements I had to make a 18-24m waist with 3T length.

The Jocelyn's Leggings pattern comes in sizes NB-18 tween.  There is also a women's version called the Get Moving leggings.  Perfect for exercise... or lounging. ;)

Overall I was really impressed with this pattern and will be making many more.  If you want your own copy, head on over to EYMM to purchase!

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  1. They turned out so cute! Leggings are a staple in our house as well. Where did you find that awesome pink?

    1. Thanks Erin! I got the fabric at Joann's! It is a performance knit.