I recently discovered a new to me source for cute trendy patterns. I had seen many people posting garments they made using Patterns For Pirates and it got me interested enough to check it out. I ended up purchasing several of their patterns. The first one I got was the Peg Legs. This one is what really got me to check out their site. On the Girl Charlee KnitFix group I kept seeing people posting picture of the many Peg Leg leggings they were making with their Girl Charlee knits. I just downloaded the PDF pattern yesterday and I haven't had a chance to sew up a pair yet. I can't wait to try them. I received a few fabrics in my latest KnitFix bag that are appropriate for this pattern. So I have some ideas in my head. And the pattern is very well written with several pictures of real people who actually sewed the pattern wearing their creations. It is also a very quick sew so that is a plus in my book.
While the Peg Legs pattern is only $5.00 there is a code if you join the Facebook Group so it becomes even a better deal. There are four options for length in the pattern, you have a choice of capri, bike, shorts, or ankle length. And they give you many tips on how to choose the right fabric and how to sew the seams. They really walk you through every step so even a very beginner should be able to sew up a pair of leggings to be proud of. Another nice thing about this pattern is that it comes with so many sizes, from XXS to 3XL. It would be easy to grade from one size to another if you happen to be between sizes.
I also purchased a few other patterns The Men's Henley because I want to make my husband a few shirts. A Cardigan Bundle that has several options for woman's cardigans and several options for children s cardigans. I have been looking for a nice pattern for making a cardigan for my little grandson. The last one I got was The Raglan Bundle . Like the Peg Legs I was seeing a lot of cute Raglans being posted in the groups. This one has many options for different collar and hoods. And raglan's are a quick sew and you can color block the sleeves and front panels to get some fun looks. I will be trying all of these patterns real soon.