How to crochet pants
A few weeks ago I released my free Children’s Scrubs Costume crochet pattern! One of the somewhat challenging parts of making crochet pants is where you move from the legs to the top of the pants that go around the hips. In this video I’ll help you learn how to crochet pants, specifically, the part where you attach the legs together! Next week I will have a second video showing you how to make the casing around the waist and insert the drawstring.
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What yarn did I use for this project?
For the tutorial video here and for my Children’s Scrubs Costume crochet pattern I used Lion Brand Yarn Vanna’s Choice in color #178 Sea Glass. I currently have a giveaway going for 5 skeins of this yarn plus some other goodies! The giveaway ends on July 28, 2021. Get the details here! If you would like to purchase this yarn, you can purchase Lion Brand Yarn Vanna’s Choice here.
My Children’s Scrubs Costume crochet pattern is written in children’s sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10. Make this for your kiddos and they can dress up like today’s modern day heroes! Perfect for dress-up, pretend play, Halloween, or even school career day! Get the free pattern here!
The pants of the Children’s Scrubs Costume crochet pattern are made by starting at the ankle. You crochet each leg separately up to the crotch. Then in the next round you start working around the hips while attaching both legs together. This can be a little difficult to describe, as well as to envision, if you haven’t ever made crochet pants before.
Watch my video below to see how it’s done! While you’re at it, why not visit my YouTube channel and subscribe?!
Let’s learn how to crochet pants!
Be on the lookout next week for a second video that demonstrates how to make the casing and insert the drawstring around the waist!
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