Sewing Pattern Reviews DIY Printed Pants | Simplicity 1167 & Golden D’or Fabrics Pants: DIY Simplicity 1167 | Blazer: old (similar) | Blouse: Trunk Club | Shoes: Steve Madden | Labels: Dutch Label Shop I’m not sure I ever owned a pair of printed pants. So, when I ran across this stretch twill at Golden D’or Fabrics in Dallas, I swiped it up quickly! This fabric is an absolute dream to handle and it launders and presses extremely well. Be sure to give them a call to order the fabric! This pattern is designed to be super fitted, but I wanted something a bit more roomy and office-appropriate, so I fit mine with a smidge bit of extra ease. Another thing that makes me super proud to sew my own pieces is placing my logo in my clothing. For a long time, I didn’t add a label to my pieces. But there is an unspoken pride to be able to add a high quality label to the inside of something I dreamed up and created with my own two hands. Dutch Label really adds that cherry on top for my pieces. I have to be honest and say that I stared at my label in my pants for an unnecessarily long amount of time. Save 15% off with code: stylesewme15 (all lowercase) from DutchLabelShop.com until 7/8/17! I just remember the day I struggled making a pencil skirt and now I’m sewing my custom label in my own pants…PANTS! What makes you feel that extra special sense of pride in your pieces? Posted in:Sewing Pattern ReviewsTagged:Sewing Pattern Reviews Share Previous How To Print Select Sizes and Layers In Your PDF Patterns Next The Best Craftsy Classes for the Fashion Sewer + SALE! 2 replies on “DIY Printed Pants | Simplicity 1167 & Golden D’or Fabrics” Thanks, Tonia! There really is something to be proud of to see your own brand in something you made. You’ll love the quality! Reply Thank you! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.