Luna Pant photo shoot

Let me introduce my studio assistant, Melissa! I had a fun photo shoot with her the other day.

Luna Pants

Update: Luna Pants Pattern is now available!   buy now

While we put the finishing touches on the Luna Pants pattern, I want to show you some of the samples we’ve sewn in the studio, and give you inspiration for styling. There are so many ways to wear Luna, and I’ll be posting some ideas to dress these pants up, down, and sideways…. but since it’s been so unbelievably warm in the Midwest, we’re gonna keep things light and cool for a sec here.

Luna Pants

Does that Pale Pink Josephine Top look familiar? With big hoop earrings and simple sandals, this is a super-comfy outfit that is effortless and stunning.
Luna Pants

Luna Pants are so versatile: fabric and styling choices make the difference between lounge pants and out-on-the-town pants. This pair is made out of double gauze fabric from Ellen Baker’s Monochrome collection for Kokka.

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Luna Pants

Outfit Details:
Josephine Tunic (View C) blogged here.
Luna Pants (pattern coming soon!) in double gauze. Fabric: Circles from Ellen Baker’s Monochrome collection. My sponsors Jones & Vandermeer and Fancy Tiger Crafts have it in stock.

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8 thoughts on “Luna Pant photo shoot

  1. The Luna pants look so comfy and so stylish, you have really hit the sweet spot with that pattern.
    I will be on the hunt for that fabric in anticipation of the pattern release (not to mention working on my weight, tan, hairstyle etc, etc..)
    ps. I suspect everything looks on Melissa. 🙂
    Best regards Jane

  2. Finally, a pant that I can make with thrifted sheets! When I can afford it I prefer to buy beautiful fabric, but sometimes $3.99 for a flat sheet is all I can swing. Can you release the PDF version like, Now!?

  3. I wait with bated breath (or as my mom would say, with bait on my breath) for the Luna Pants pattern. I can’t WAIT to make cheesy matching mother-daughter pants, likely in equally cheesy material, like Hello Kitty soft flannel from JoAnns. Once I’ve made a few pair with other soft plain colored flannel to get the hang of the pattern (and lotsa lounging around ‘sweat pants’ for home), maybe I’ll splurge on a more costly up-market fabric…. but then of course, I shall have to find someplace worthy to wear them! Maybe to a women’s quilting guild meeting… That’s about as upscale as I get.

  4. Hi! I love these pants and want to order some fabric for them for when the pattern is out. Do you have a general idea of the yardage needed? THanks!!

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