Walbrook Boxer Briefs for Father’s Day

Walbrook Boxer Briefs for Father’s Day

Walbrook Boxer Briefs from Greenstyle | Pattern Review

I made the Walbrook Boxer Briefs from Greenstyle for Fathers Day! I used some of the charcoal Riley Blake knit I had left over from my last dress, Simplicity 1804. It’s fabulous jersey, and hubby’s tush is certainly worth it.

Walbrook Boxer Briefs

I sewed size medium, and it was a fairly easy project. I made one mistake at first; which was sewing the weenie dart all the way closed. You need to leave the bottom part open just a little, and it will make a slight v-shape. (You’ll know what I’m talking about if you make them:) It took about 1 minute with the seam ripper and I had it fixed; thanks to the Greenstyle Creations Sewing & Pattern group on Facebook.

Walbrook Boxer Briefs: Pattern Review by SewsNBows

The pattern consists of only 4 pieces. The main body, the fly, fly facings, and crotch piece. Since the main body is all one piece, there’s no center back or side seams. Nice! There are 2 lengths; I went with the sexy short version.

You can sew a functioning fly, or a faux fly. (I like the functional fly; since it makes me feel super talented.) Sizes are small to XXXL, and all sizes use about one yard or a little less.

Now that I have my first pair of Walbrook Boxer Briefs under my belt, I’m pretty sure I can whip a pair of these up in about 40 minutes. It’s a real quick sew, and good fit. I wish I could show them on the model, but I don’t want to foster that kind of jealousy at SewsNBows. I can assure you though, I am pleased with how they look.

I’m not going to make a joke to objectify scantily clad men today; only because it’s Fathers Day.  But normally, I totally would.

If you like the Walbrook Boxer Briefs, you can buy the pattern at Greenstyle. If you buy any pattern from my link, I’ll receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. I definitely recommend this one; and not just because I’m saving up for a Starbucks.

A big salute to all the dads handling their business out there. Happy Fathers Day! Until next time,

Amy

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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!

10 Comments

  1. Diana Rambles

    I’m am completely disappointed that there is not photo of your hubby modeling these!!!
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  2. Merlinda Little (@pixiedusk)

    Awww this is so nice! I just started using the sewing machine that I got from acarboot sale and I am looking for projects! this will get plus points from the hubby and I can do lots for my son =) #creativemondays

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  3. Gina

    you are a super talented girl who can make fancy looking store bought underoos! did you put a Hanes tag in there or a Sews N Bows tag?? thoughtful gift!!! hope Edson had a Happy Father’s Day
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  4. Rachel

    I’ll admit it- men’s underwear isn’t making my list. I have toddlers to under appreciate my sewing efforts! haha Go you and Happy fathers day to you ;)
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  5. Mel

    So Father’s Day might be slightly more happier if you get a private modelling show hey. Nice gift idea :) a yard of fabric sounds like a lot for undies is it the way they’re cut or are the long. I have no idea never made then before.
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