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I know a little boy who is going to be very happy when he sees what Mommy has been up to… I have had this fabric in my stash for about a year, just waiting to be made into shorts.
I used my favorite boy short making pattern, which is a modified version of McCall’s 5419. The modifications are just lengthening the hem and making the sides narrower. I have made so many of these I can complete the shorts in less than 30 minutes.
I spent a little more time on these, because I wanted to play with my new twin needle. I love that needle! I top stitched all around the hem and up the sides.
I even added a faux zipper opening.
He had a chance to try them on a little while ago… Doesn’t he look proud? Well, it is not the shorts he is proud of, it is something else. Can you see his little hand curled up? He has something special in there. Can you guess what it is?
Wait for it….
It is a tooth! He lost his first tooth today!
Luckily I made him a tooth fairy pillow last week. I even made a mini tutorial for it. I guess I need to work on getting it written up and posted!
I wonder how much the tooth fairy will leave him? How much did the tooth fairy leave for your child’s first tooth?
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