Floral Hudson Pants | Me Made May

Floral Hudson Pants | Me Made May

The Curse Of The Hudson Pants: it’s real. Someone has fallen in love with every single pair I’ve made. And it’s really hard to say no because I love seeing my people wearing things I make. So I’ve happily gifted them, every single time. This is at least the 4th pair I’ve made, but these floral Hudson Pants are the first pair I’ve called my own. Probably because I live far away and none of my friends have seen this pair yet:) Time will tell if I’ve broken the curse!

Floral Hudson Pants for Me Made May | SewsNBows

I’m sure you’ve seen probably seen hundreds of Hudson Pants, and dozens of floral Hudson Pants; but I have to show you mine just the same. Because you haven’t seen them in front of a stack of bricks, pavers, and pallets. What can I say, this is redneck paradise! For the record, this is further proof that I’m sewing for Me Made May. I think I’ll just keep sewing for me this summer too. It’s been fun.

Floral Hudson Pants for Me Made May | SewsNBows

Everyone loves the pockets on this pattern. Joggers are comfy and easy to wear. I know lots of folks rock em’ with heels, but I mostly wear them with sandals. The cuff allows them to tuck into boots real easily, which will be nice in the heat. You just don’t want to go bare-legged into wooded areas but y’all, I roast in jeans. These might just be my “Say No To Poison Ivy” pants.

Floral Joggers, BKE Extra Long Tank, polka dot chambray button up with Minnetonka sandals

I kinda like how I styled this “outfit” although in real life I just put a chambray shirt over my pajamas. Perfect for idontgivvashhhh days.

I think I’m feeling more comfortable in front of the camera with all your encouragement, but I promise not to turn into a fashion blogger. I love fashion but you know…this is me, and this is me, and here’s another picture of me. I’ll try not to do that. Uh-oh, I’m already doing it, huh? I’ll stop now :)

After reading that it sounds mean against the fashys and I didn’t intend that. I’m just not in their league!  I managed to cut off the pants in every photo except one. It’s just way easier to let someone else wear the pants. Or take them off entirely. 

Floral Hudson Pants

Some detail shots:

Floral Hudson Pants

I cut the right leg (your left) off grain and didn’t even realize it until I watermarked these photos. It straightens out when I wear it.

Floral Hudson Pants | SewsNBows

P.S. I knocked my timing belt out in the sewing machine again. Can you believe it? Now I figured out: it’s this rug I’ve been making that caused the problem. Guess my rug will just be a plant cushion. Maybe a giant coaster? Sigh. It’s already fixed and I’m getting my machine back tomorrow. I often like to make the same mistake twice, just to be sure.

Pattern: Hudson Pants by True Bias
Modifications: added 2″ length
Fabric: cotton jersey blend from Girl Charlee

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Amy Mayen

Hello. I'm Amy and I'm addicted to sewing. I borderline-hoard fabric, buttons, & patterns. Sometimes I wish I could pile my fabric up on the floor and just roll in it!

13 Comments

  1. Helena

    Those are super cute and I love the texture of that fabric you can see when you get up close. Floral pants make me so happy! Yay!
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  2. Gina

    Cute pants!!!! Look at you sew!!! Going for the bottoms as well as the tops!! Great job Amy; I think the floral fabric makes them!!!

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  3. Shantel

    Ohhh I love them!!!

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  4. Bonnie

    Love the pants! I would love for you to link up to the Stitch It, Blog It, Share It Link Party going on now at BehindtheSeamsSewing.com.
    ~Bonnie

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  5. Meg

    Great pants! I can’t believe you’ve given away your other Hudsons- you are too generous! And I totally understand that uncomfortable-in-front-of-the-camera feeling. Sometimes I end up just cutting my head out of the photo because it can’t hide my “are we done yet?” face!

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  6. Jenya

    Oh looks like Justine has already claimed these hehehe So maybe the curse is not broken yet ;) Seriously, well done Amy :)

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  7. Sue @ A Colourful Canvas

    Oh, too cute Amy! You are totally glamming up the back forty with your florals and polka dots! Your Hudsons sound like a very practical, yet pretty, addition to your wardrobe. I’ve been wearing sweatpants a lot recently. And no, not me-made. I may just have to buckle down and sew up a pair for myself.

    PS You look beautiful! You have gorgeous thick hair….I love that braid!
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  8. Mel

    Look at you you sexy country Mumma! You look great love, if I was there I’d totally steal them (after I lost 50 pound) ;)
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  9. Angela

    You are so much fun Amy. The pants are awesome. You reminded me of the 2 acre poison ivy farm we inherited from my husbands side of the family. After 10 years of paying property taxes on it and MANY poison ivy outbreaks, we sold it last year and got new windows and a new sunroom on our suburban house. No more poison ivy. Knock on wood.
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  10. Annie

    Amy, those are beautiful! You rock pink floral! Now that you have put those pictures out there, I am sure they will be gone in few days! ;D
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