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And just like that….. Just two more steps. This is wide enough for 1 inch-wide elastic to pull through the casing. We need to leave an opening in the back of our casing when we sew, so we can string the elastic in and out.

Cut a piece of 1 inch-wide elastic the proper length for your shorts size use the chart in the pattern. You can find Knit elastic in most fabric shops. Place a safety pin on the end of the elastic, stick it through the casing opening and push the elastic through the casing till it comes out the other end. Sew the elastic ends together with a zigzag stitch. Then sew the casing opening closed by pulling the fabric slightly to make it taut as you sew.

This shorts pattern was designed with enough length to give you wiggle room on the hem so you can make the hem as chunky or as narrow as you like. Or just go with our recommended lengths here. Then iron it under another 1 inch on each leg. Sew a personalized label to the back of the waistband read more about my labels here. Can you believe it? You just sewed shorts! Enjoy your summer afternoon! And come back tomorrow for our next KID Shorts tutorial. Thank you so much for this pattern Dana!

I love all of your tutorials! I love this pattern, well all of your patterns! Thanks and I look forward to the racer tutorial. But two quick questions: Do you sew your seams open for this or to the side? Do you sew your side seams down? The seams on the racer shorts are bound with bias tape and then the front side is sewn over the back side. I am going to have to make some soon! They are so easy to follow and give such great pictures! I love these shorts— they are so easy to make— and they are one of those garments that can really save you money in your kids wardrobe!

Awesome tutorial and pattern Dana! I just have to say that Lucy looks so grown up in that photo at the top of your post. Such a cutie with those braided pigtails. And I love the color of her shorts. Dana, I love love love the pattern!

I hope you know what I mean…;- Hugs Franzi. What happens is that after you iron out the crotch seam and start to fold the shorts back together to sew the side seams…. Which way is the top? Hope that makes sense! That way I always know which two pieces go together and where the top and bottom is located. They are to die for. You did such an awesome job with the pattern. I love the pictures, instructions etc.

I love the sailor front pair and would love to make some to match my baby girl. Thank you for making this pattern. I made my first pair of basic shorts for myself when I was just 13 so have always found the basic shorts a good and easy project. I have been looking for a good shorts pattern to make for my kids so I cant wait to try yours, including all the future tutorials.

I have had trouble with making shorts with the elastic just at the back so Im looking forward to seeing that tutorial which I think will be easier to understand than previous ones I have brought. Looking forward to making some shorts this weekend! I can see myself making many pairs of shorts the next few summers!

Am wondering what is the difference between the boys and girls shorts other than leg length? My daughter has very long legs. So would it be better to sew the girls pattern and increase the leg length or the boys pattern? My daughter has absolutely no butt so I am thinking the boys pattern might just work as well. So you can definitely sew a pair of boy length shorts for your daughter. You may want to sew the side seams in a bit or taper them slightly toward the hemline for a slimmer look.

I just bought the pattern about 30 minutes ago, and already made a pair of these shorts for my little girl. I just have to say, I am impressed! The fit of the shorts is amazing!! I LOVE this pattern. I also love that it has so many sizes, and boy sizes too!

I will definetly be using this pattern for years to come. I whipped up a pair of the basic shorts. Although, I like the racer shorts and the flat front shorts these are adorable too. Thank you thank you thank you! This is the first pdf pattern that I have ever used and it was so easy to print and cut out the pattern!

I love all the options. I do have a question about modifying the sizes a bit. My boy is not a skinny minnie, he has thicker thighs and a taller rise but husky sizes fall off of him. Can I just increase the width of the pattern and not mess it up? Print the size 8 and keep the leg length shorter? Help, I so want to make this work for my 5 year old. Psst, I especially want to make the racer shorts, they rock! I have the same problem. Whipped up a pair of S2 for my 22month old but they are too slim for her with undies no nappy.

I was going to just widen the outside leg seam but then thought perhaps the internal crotch seam would still be slim along her leg. Ive had my sewing machine for about as long as i have been a mum! I am work in progress but your web site is totally fantastic for improving my skills — its such a cool feeling when you get a comment on a piece of clothing and you can say — i made it!!

There is going to be a very cutely dressed New Zealand baby pretty soon! Thanks again — I take my hat off to you finding the time for all of this AND all of your family commitments — stunning work.

I am sewing the basic elastic waist shorts, but I wanted to add the pocket. I wonder if I can do that? Hi Dana — I was wondering if you could give me any tips on how you matched up your yellow chevron patterned shorts?

I have pink and white stripes I would like to use. The stripes are wide so matching the strips would be ideal. Do I match from the top of the waist, the inside or the outside waist?

Any words of advice in getting horizontal stripes to line up. I look forward to making shorts for my two little girls. As always, you have a great blog and the pattern is great. This is also the first time I have sewed from a pattern and the shorts turned out awesome! Maybe someone could answer this question for me though: I lay the pattern out on my fabric and want to reference the smallest size that the pattern has on it for example: Making a little mark on my fabric, remove the pattern, and then eye-balling it??

Victoria… you could use tracing paper and trace a pattern for each size. On the pdf patterns that you print off your own computer I just cut out the size I need and then print a new one if I want a different size.

Just preference I think. OOooo another basic question: Sewing for dummies here! Just want to be of a little help. Unless she stated that in her tutorial. The seam allowance is already included, as it is with most patterns. So just cut out the shorts exactly along the pattern lines for your size! Thanks Dana, great pattern. My 8 year old just followed the tutorial and sewed up her own sleep shorts with the pattern! Thanks for providing basic patterns that are great and easy to learn on.

Thank you so much for your tutorial! I made a pair of shorts for my three month old brother. My mother will also make a lot of shorts for us. Thank you so much! I love love love it! Keep up the good work Ms. I just ran through this pattern quickly before using it with a small group next week. This is so cute. Your tutorial is very helpful!. What Sewing machine are you using? I planning to get rid of my old machine and by a new machine!.

I absolutely love your site. You are such an inspiration to me. Just wondering about the shorts pattern. I just purchased the pattern and was wondering if I extend the length of the shorts, would they work for pants or are they cut too narrow or too wide for that? Needing to make some pants for my little girl who is growing out of everything! I have seen other tutorials on how to make pants but hate how the front and back are the same. It seems like they are always to small in the rear and to big in the front when they are like that.

So glad to have this pattern now. Thinking I could add a cute ruffle maybe to girl it up a bit? Thanks again for all of your hard work on this pattern and for being so generous to share all of your helpful hints and tips! Is this normal for the size 2? I followed all the seam allowances too! Thanks, appreciate your help!

Sorry the sizing seems off for you guys! I had many testers try out the baby sizes and they fit similar to retail store sizes. Also, the pattern sizing is meant for disposable diapers, not cloth diapers. Just want to point that out in case your baby wears cloth, because that will make everything more bulky under the shorts.

They are WAY too small for my 22 month old in the 2Yr size, and thats with underpants not a nappy. Even the Size 3 measures too snug. Hi Dana, any chance you can explain how you matched up the chevron print on those oh-so-cute shorts clara is wearing? I just did it very carefully when I cut the pieces, making sure the chevrons were lined up when I cut so that both shorts pieces matched.

Then I lined up carefully when I sewed and pinned liberally! Hi there, I just did the shorts and they are very cute but the 18mths is much too small for my little man! I am so not complaining or anything — I am just trying to figure out if I have sewn it wrong, or if I should just size him up?

Any inklings about whats going on or what I may have done wrong? I am going to have to control myself from making a new pair every day! The gathering around the waistband is not severe, which I prefer because it almost makes the shorts look more flat front, without even having a flat front.

The seam allowance is correct. The waist and leg openings are fine, they just kind of get stuck at the top of his thighs. I will just size up for him next time! You really put a lot of work into this, and the cost is a steal! I have to look and see if I have a Paypal account set up because I think I need these shorts! I LOVE your tutorials! Love the pattern by the way! I especially like the flat front with front pockets… I made the 3y size for my 2y7m old niece she is very tall and they look great on her even with a pull-up on, despite the 3y plus patterns not being designed for potty-trained.

I also had a go at making a few variations, including back patch pockets and side panels, which I have included on my blog of course, giving your fabulous tutorials and website lots of mentions and links! Im a newbie and this pattern is really really clear and easy to follow. My kids are gonna love it! I had never made anything with a pattern before but this was really easy. This pattern is great! My three boys love their new racer shorts. I found a great dark blue fabric with sharks and surfers printed on.

Greatings from Germany Rike. Any plans to add a tutorial on lengthening the shorts to pants? Anyone outside the US bought the pattern? I love the look of it but I bought a downloadable US pattern a few months ago not from you Dana and when I printed it on our standard A4 paper I ran into trouble. Would like to hear some positive experiences before buying. These shorts look like the perfect item for my girls, I am tired of the ridiculously short ones in the stores these days.

What do you suggest? Would making the size bigger work or would I need to go 2 sizes bigger. Is it a PDF? I used this pattern four times, twice adapting it to make pants one of which I added those button straps to roll up the legs , and only used upcycled fabrics.

Twice I used sheet scraps, once a button-down shirt and once a thrifted t-shirt. I wrote three blog posts about how I used the pattern do you believe me now that I really do love it?! Has anyone else had trouble matching up the lines on the back pattern piece for months? Hi, I am just wondering if there are any instructions on the back pockets coming anytime soon? Love the pattern, and would really love to add back pockets….

A big thanks already for your fun pdf and online help! Hi Dana, Just downloaded the shorts pattern. Thanks for the great instructions! ThaNks for putting out this fantastic pattern, Dana! I made my first pair for my son turning 1 and love them. I love these shorts! I like to know if you can use these short patterns to make trousers as well for the various sizes you have. You can definitely turn these into pants…. Use a pair of pants your child already has to gauge the length.

The shorts come in sizes 12 months to 10 years. These are so cute. And thank God, my picky skirt-wearer agrees too. I just bought the pattern and I am thrilled to try it out. What type of fabric did you use for the orange pair? It looks really thick! And the plain orange and white?

Where did you find them? Please is there another way I could buy this pattern? My granddaughter is just a little peanut! I am wanting to buy this pattern I will when I am done commenting but I am curious if you have instructions on matching the pattern of the fabric at the seams?

Like when you have the gingham shorts and the boxes match up at the front? I want to know how to do that part. You just need to cut the pattern pieces on the same line of the fabric to make the pieces match….. I was wondering if these can be made in knit? I am sure someone has already asked, but there are so many comments…Thanks! Hi Dana, Do you have any suggestions for making these shorts lined or reversible? I am from Brighton, in Britain.

I found the pattern ran a little smaller than average, but your measurement chart was spot on so I just made the larger sizes age for my 4 year old, and age 6 for my 2 year old! Here are some pics of the strawberry shorts I made our littlest girl: Well Dana, you made my day again. This pattern is exactly what I was looking for!

Do you think I could add a contrasting ruffle on the hem of these shorts? Any pointers as to how to do that? That would be really fun!

I would just sew the ruffle to the hem with right sides together and then top stitch the ruffle so it lays flat. I have made 4 pairs of shorts in sizes 2 and 3y in both flat front and regular girls regular hem length. The crotch seam regularly does NOT line up correctly.

Meaning there is more fabric on the each end near the leg holes. What am I doing wrong? No one else seems to be having this problem. I can send you a picture if it helps. The rise, or crotch area, of the front and back are different sizes so that you have more room in the back for a bum. I have been searching for a cute pair of shorts for my son but this has options for my daughters, too! I especially love Jen D.

Is a Kid-Pants all-sizes pattern going to be available? I paid for this pattern and downloaded it but its not opening properly, is there something else I need to do? Hi Dana, I purchased your shorts pattern a fair while ago and my computer recently crashed- my patterns subsequently lost forever.

Any chance you could please resend it please? So glad I decided to take a peek at the kid shorts pattern page! I want to make my daughter some new school uniform pants and I made them pj pants for Christmas which they all loved.

However, I figured they should be a little more tailored for school pants. Enter the Kid Shorts pattern!!! Especially important since the alternative is skirts and it is way too crazy cold out for that! Hi Dana, I am just wondering where I went wrong with the shorts pattern of yours? My daughters waist size!

The elastic is great but the shorts are skin tight on my daughter. Do you have more information on hip sizing and ease on the pattern so that the shorts look more like the ones that you have made for your kids? I look forward to your reply. Hi Dana, I am looking forward to hearing from you regarding the shorts fit. I want to make another pair for my daughter.

I really had to search for the correct seam allowance I was meant to use and eventually found that mentioned on one of your tutorials. Please help me work out the size shorts I should be cutting out! I want to make her some PJ shorts and some Flat front shorts and she really love the scallop hem shorts! I love your site, it has some amazing inspiration!

I also want her to learn to sew so if things she makes do not fit her then she will lose heart! Thank you in advance for your time! I should add that I live in south Florida so we are in 84 degrees out today. Now that Spring is on its way we will soon have them to buy. Right now I am out of options for my son.

I was hoping you might be able to tell me how to size them up further. My son wears a size 8 in the waist and hips but a size 6 or 7 in the length. According to your waist chart he is WAY over. Today he is wearing Old Navy knit waistband cargo shorts in size See how I am confused? My other twin can wear size 4 and 5. I think I would love your shorts but they will not work for my twin 5 year olds. Could you tell me how to resize or maybe help with sizing? I bought the pattern today without my children to measure.

First I love this pattern so much!!! But my 11 year old son has outgrown it and my 12 year old is begging for a pair. Will you please please please with a cherry on top extend it to a 14 or 16????? Your methodology for sewing shorts is much different than mine, lol. I sew each leg together and then put them inside one another and sew the inseam.

To each her own, I guess. That takes so much time! Anyway, I was looking for a simple shorts pattern to use in making skorts, and I can use this for years to come. She wears size 18 months usually and cloth diapers. Should I have used the basic shorts?

Perhaps the flat front is not for chubby thighs? Thanks for any advice. My first time making shorts and so far both pairs came out great! Oh, he is thin and wears underwear, if he was still a chunky guy as he was at one I would have measured him before making them, also knits are great if people need a little extra stretch because their child has chunky little legs. I just bought the pattern and was excited to sew my son some new shorts since he is between sizes in RTW clothing.

I sewed up a test pair in size 9 and they barely fit over his thighs. What fabric did you use for your boy shorts in the video? I have such a hard time buying boy fabric for my older boys that does not make the clothing i make them look super homemade and homely looking.

Made my third pair of shorts yesterday and they came out great! I bought the pattern a year ago, and cannot find the download. I used the size 10 and need the 7. I cannot seem to find the download. How do I re-download the pattern. Thanks for your help. Dana, You are a gem. The shorts tutorial are absolutely great.

You made sewing so easy and alive. I can wait to make these shorts and pants for my grandson. Thanks for the great pattern and detailed tutorial, I managed to whip up a pair of shorts during nap time. It is definitely the best pattern I bought to date. And the instructions for all the various styles are here on my site: Short shorts — create. LOVE the shorts patterns. I need larger sizes.

Do you have plans to add more sizes? I just wanted to say that at first i did not see the value of buying your pattern and I know I am not the only sewer who may think this.

Especially since many of us can make our own patterns as well as purchase from local stores where we dont have to use ink and paper for a similar price. However, your patterns are extremely easy to use, once they are stored on the computer I dont have to print what I dont need nor do I have to waste sizes like I do when using a commercial bought pattern.

Thank you so much. We are sewing up kids clothes quick and fast here in Houston, neighbor. My 8-yr-old granddaughter told me not long ago that she wanted to sew something, so she and I decided to sew flat-front racer shorts for her.

We are both overjoyed with how they look. Cute as can be. Looking forward to using many more of your patterns. Hey Dana thank you for your blog I love it! I have been making quite a few of these in flat fronts and people keep sending them back to me because they are too small, is the seam allowance included?

Yes, the seam allowance is included, of course you can always add more in if you would like. If you find that the pattern runs small I have heard mixed reviews on that from customers. Some say it fits perfects, some say it runs small. Hard to fit all body types!

I am a beginner and recently printed out a free pattern from pinterest and it was a FAIL, hahaha! Can I purchase pattern and come back later to print other sizes or pages or does it all need to be done the time in which purchased? When you purchase, you are sent a link to download the pattern.

Once you download it, save the pattern to your computer, then you can print the various sizes whenever you need them! Desperately wanting to purchase your kids shorts pattern but do not have a paypal account or Ipay. Do you have alternative payment method I can use. I am from the UK and would be very grateful for your help.

Yes, my shop takes credit cards also. You can purchase the pattern here: Hi Dana, I just started sewing as a hobby and loved your videos on youtube. They are very inspiring. I recently bought the basic kid shorts pattern from your store and made a pair of shorts for my 20months old. He is on a skinnier size so I went with the 18months pattern. I also added pockets on the front based on the pattern. Now I need your advise on a couple of questions I have — 1. When cutting the pattern it says in the instruction to cut on the pattern colored line.

Should I be leaving a seam allowance while cutting or is it taken into account already? How do I increase the size now on the shorts that I already stitched? Do I need to seam rip the entire band and the side seam?

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