Can't get the picture to be next to the others so I'll just take up space again. :-/
Wanted to add here that I made the legs at the same time with the large circular method. Love having them made a the same time. When you're finished with one, you're basically finished with the other at almost the same moment. Ahhhh.......
Vincent Wesley is sporting an organic cotton/hemp t-shirt that drapes so nicely- love that fabric as it wears and cleans well and is great for the environment. I folded it up so one can see the longies better. Still having a hard time getting a really good picture of them- color, stitch definition, etc. My hippie child, but that goes with a mama born in 1960.
I've almost finished a pair of newborn longies to match. I had yarn left so thought I'd make a pair of newborn ones as well. Too cute and so small. I thought "How small" then thought "But VW was much smaller with no buns, no waist, and at newborn time, no thighs..." He's only added chunky thighs. Will get picks of those soon. The newborn longies, not the chunky thighs. :-) Don't know if one can see the little twisted cord small bows on each side of the drawstring. Extra twisted cord makes for invention/ideas. I threaded them through one eyelet of the drawstring and part of the ribbing at an angle. Looks cute.
I find the Sheepy Pants pattern to be more for thinner babies. Anyone else finding that? I don't think my gauge is off. The measurements, esp. when one checks gauge- not my favorite thing to do, are true to what the pattern says, and this is also esp. for a worsted/DK weight yarn. I've been reading about the classifications of weight of yarns and it's very interesting.
The "wrench" that VW is holding is connected to a boomba/balloon which was given to him by an Office Depot person at one of their stores that just opened. One of the helium ones, all red, matching "his" longies well. He was thrilled and carried it around almost constantly for two days until it deflated almost to the floor, even taking it in the bathtub with him.I let him take it to bed with him but removed it shortly after for safety. Boomba/balloons are his second favorite toy next to water. Yeh, cheap kid, uhhhh....... inexpensive toys.