Climbing trees and making forts bolster their adventurous spirits year-round. Let their clothes keep up with their explorations with these comfy vintage-style “pantaloons”.
This pattern adapts with the seasons—make them from linen for breezy shoreside strolls or with wintery wool paired with tights—for snuggly outdoor play.
These make the sweetest baby bloomers too!
Skill Level: Complete beginner
Make old things new again! Twig & Tale patterns pair wonderfully with recycled fabrics. Look to linen or light weight wool garments for inspiration.
Our digital patterns are tiled and designed to print using your home printer on either US Letter, or A4 paper.
Patterns include a nifty “layers” feature, allowing you to print only the size(s) you need, or all of the sizes. Full step-by-step printing instructions are supplied.
This pattern also includes an additional wide format file that can be taken to a local copy shop and printed on single sheets of A0 paper.
I am very new to sewing and found this pattern very easy to follow and sew. I even tried french seams (instructions on T+T blog) for the first time with great results! Will make this again and again. Sizing was good too.
This pattern was easy to follow and the pants I made looked great.
I am obsessed with this quick sew.
this is such a cute and easy pattern. love it so much. Will be making many of these.
Great pattern true to size and so simple to follow. Lots of ideas to customise.
Loved making the tree climber pantaloons, the pattern and instructions made it very easy! Excellent pattern, will be making many more.
I had a really good experience with the pattern. It is easy to use and understand. And i love that i can print the pdf version over and over again, because i think the kids will want to grow wearing those pants!
The Tree Climbers pattern is a really versatile and easy to follow pattern--lots of options and easily modified for greater variety. The finished product fits my child well and is comfortable for him. Very cute. My only suggestion would be that the pattern include instructions regarding placement of the pockets. One could, of course, ignore those instructions and place the pockets where they liked, but I always appreciate a place to start.