You didn't think that I'd make just one pair of Puppet Show shorts did you? You should know by now that I'm physically incapable of making one of anything. I guess I always figure that while I have the pattern out I might as well trace both of the kids' sizes. And since I have both sizes traced, I might as well cut them out of fabric. And while they're both cut out of fabric, I might as well sew them up.
And that mindset, ladies and gentlemen, is how you end up sewing two of everything.
The good news is that these shorts are actually a bit different from the other ones that I made (as opposed to the many other matching items that I've made for the girls). While the little one's shorts were made of seersucker, these are made from some Kaufman yellow chambray. After buying the fabric I worried that it would be too thin for a pair of shorts, but I actually think that the fabric works well with this pattern. I wanted to add a little something special to the shorts but also keep them fairly simple so I just added a little blue piping to the pockets and the waistband (Are you seeing a pattern here? Piping on everything!).
And on that note, I'll leave you with these pictures of O and C mastering the fine art of posing for pictures. If only I had half the moves that these kids have.