For the tee I used Zee’s Tee pattern. It’s a really great basic pattern, but also has some fun color blocking options. I also love that it has an option for using a too small favorite shirt of your child’s to make into a bigger shirt. Then they don’t have to part with their favorite just yet! I cut Henry a 18 mos width and 3T length. I took it in an extra 1/2″ on both sides though because it was still too wide. I just color blocked the sleeves, neckband, and pocket with a really soft gray jersey. The shirt fabric is fabric stamped and it say’s “Aaah” if you’re wondering. It still looks cool even if it isn’t that legible.
The pants are the Aviator pants and they are so trendy but so comfortable! I love them, and Henry loves his “triangle” pants. These pants have some triangle color blocking on the bottom near the hem. I made Henry an 18 mos width and a 2T length. I used a soft black sweatshirt fleece for the main part of the pants, gray ribbing for the waistband and cuffs, and a charcoal striped interlock for the triangles and back pockets. I left off the cargo pockets because Henry hasn’t gotten into pockets yet. It’s the first time I’ve done welt pockets in a couple of years and they turned out pretty good! I forgot to interface and used knit fabric so they pop open, but I think they still look pretty good. I also added a seamline on the front left leg so I could do an extra color blocked section. I really love how these pants turned out!
If you ever break a zipper here’s how to fix a zipper if the pull came off. This sewing trick works for invisible zippers, separating zippers, and regular zippers. You can also learn how to sew a zipper.