Today's review is of a brand new release pattern from FooFoo Threads- The Roller Coaster Pants. This pattern, and an adorable coordinating top, the Buttercup High Low Knit Flutter Top (also pictured in this review) are both on sale through the end of the day today for $7.00 each, but you can also combine the sale with these awesome coupons to save even more:
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Hello! I am Kim from Better Dressed Child. Up for review today- the Roller Coaster Pants Pattern by FooFoo Threads. I am somewhat new to FooFoo Threads Patterns, but slowly I am getting hooked! They are completely my style because I love the super girly vintage inspired designs. These Roller Coaster pants are now my very, very favorite pants pattern.
Why? I love the fi; these pants are as comfortable as they are cute. The pants have a loose fit without being too baggy. And the pockets! Did you notice those cute little pockets!?! Ahhh, I think they are so darn cute! : )
I shortened both the pairs I have photographed. I was looking for a more capri look, but I think the pattern may also run a little long. The pants are a pretty simple and quick sew. Lots of options with the ruffles and curves- single, double, and a few more options, so you can make lots of different looks with this pattern.
The directions are well written with examples of how to customize the fit, although I personally would prefer the directions to be a bit shorter. I like quick directions, but these are perfect for beginner sewers and for those who really appreciate thorough step by step instructions : ). I have plans on making many of these and look forward to the warm weather to pair up with some cute sandals!
I paired up my Roller Coaster Pants with the new Buttercup Highlow top also by FooFoo Threads.
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