Stitchwerx Roly Poly Pants

We love sharing great patterns for BOYS, and the new Roly Poly Pants from Stitchwerx designs fit the bill perfectly.  These fully lined pants feature front and back pockets and can be made from a variety of fabrics.  Check out Larissa's review for all the details:


It’s been a while since I sewed up something for a review! You have all watched my kids grow up on here! The “baby” is not really a baby anymore, needless to say, that makes taking pictures of him an experience for sure! I believe is showing real life pictures though, so as you can see, he gave us real life! Today, I have the Stitchwerx Roly Poly Pants from their Ainsley & Aiden collection. 

I am always looking for items for my little guy that can withstand his rough and tumble ways! He is a typical two year old, so he loves to climb, crawl, and dig! These pants are perfect since they are lined! I had no idea what I was going to use until I was in the store and saw these fabrics! The grey fabric is a bottom weight and the lining is a quilting cotton. He is his daddy’s gaming buddy, so we went with Mario & friends. I chose a size 2T for my guy, based on his measurements. Next time, I will probably make the 3T length so I can get a bigger cuff to show off the lining!

The pattern is rated intermediate, and with the techniques she uses for sewing the legs together and the waistband, I have to agree. I love that there is not a separate waistband. She includes both finished measurements and child’s measurements and has the pattern pieces separated into two groups, 18m­-3T and 4-­6, which makes cutting out the patterns much easier!

My little guy likes his new pants and we were even asked where we bought them while we were out running errands! 

I see a few more pair being sewn up for the winter!

Happy Sewing!


Suzanne here - I also sewed up these fun pants - I used flannel for the lining, and a linen weave bottom weight for the outside.   I wanted to make sure he could wear these with any of his shirts, so I kept the colors neutral in grey tones.  To make them more than basic, I gave him a little friend to keep him company on the back pocket ;o). 

With the flannel lining, these pants will keep my skinny guy  warm through winter.  They are soft and comfy, and he doesn't want to take them off ever!