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Friday, 15 December 2017

Winter trousers ideal for skating 2017

The latest winter trousers. One of my grand-daughters really doesn't want to wear trousers - she's sooner wear a dress every day, no matter the weather - preferably as close to a tutu as possible. This makes her parents despair, as it gets colder and colder. Ok, then, I thought, I'll try and make you a really feminine pair of trousers that will keep your warm! She loved this vaguely Parisian fabric, and I'm pleased to say, she has worn the trousers I made from it, albeit oftentimes with a dress over the top. But at least her knees aren't getting frostbite!

To find out more about making cosy warm trousers for winter, read on!