Alright all you clever people, I need your help.
I am just finishing up the many pocketed and knee patched pants pattern (yes, those of the trouser saga). I am hoping to have them out as an extremely reasonably priced ePattern pdf very soon in sizes 6 months to 24 months. Here's a little preview from the instruction illustrations:
Here is my problem. I've once again hit up upon one of my true failings: my inability to name my patterns and projects. Naming is just not my forte. My names are lame.
Can you help? Please, please suggest clever or sweet or cheeky names for the pants pattern. Tomorrow I am to do my final edit on the instructions and such. Leave a comment on this post and tomorrow morning I will pick my favorite and giveaway any pattern for free, you choice, from my shop.
Thanks for your suggestions and thanks for playing along!
Tuesday, December 8
You guys are fantastic! So many great ideas. I am going to come back to mine the comments on this post for my next pants pattern (I've got a few in mind - as I said, I actually really like to make them), and, of course, reimburse any ideas used with a free pattern.
For this pattern, however, I decided to go with vikingmom, who reminded me what these trousers are about really. I'm also thankful to Myrnie, who first said, 'britches' (she also has recently met Amy Karol, jsyk). Thanks ladies! I hope you like your patterns.
Which leave me going with Birdie Britches for this pattern. I like it.
(I know fig fighter actually said it, but he doesn't count, being The Man and all :D)
Again, thank you everyone! Reading through the comments again brings up some ideas for more pants designs. Vik, I think I'm going to have to specially create something just to go along with Prints Charming Pants.
One last note: these trousers are definitely not just for boys (though, y'all knew that). When I was testing the pattern, I actually made up a pair of pink patchwork pants because I happen to have a lot of scrap quilting fabric from a woman who used a lot of pink. I should take a picture of them. Little 6 month size patchwork trousers - I'm probably preaching to the choir here, but they are really cute :)