|My beautiful warm corduroy pants!|
|My old, worn store bought cords. Not bad for five years of wear.|
|Old worn and boring on the right, Lovely, fun details on the left.|
I'm delighted I got to use that amazing old button.
|From Frayed to Fabulous. Hemmed to the perfect length so it won't|
These are a wide leg pant and I've learned the heaver the fabric the wider the leg. I want to do a bootcut jean next and am not sure how to draw it in. I experimented by basting these pants and it twisted the leg around.
Do I just mark my knee and taper above and below? (I made a muslin out of the leftovers of my brown poly pants but it didn't work cause you can't press poly:P) Should I just make another muslin out of a better fabric?
Please share your jean making resources! All I can find are directions for making skinny jeans which is not the look I am going for. I did find this site with a promising resource. Has anyone heard of her before?
I am in need of your pant/trouser making wisdom. I know there has to be a solution out there! Thank you!
Oh yeah! I almost forgot, this is garment makes 5 down of my 27 stashbusting garment total! Pretty sure this is vintage corduroy I got from a lady before I went to college...
I love that leg width on you - good job!
They look great!
I'm in need of some pants myself, I'll have to try this pattern.
These look just great. I really love wide-legged jeans too :)
It had pretty good directions for pant beginners which is what I was and they added extra seam allowance at important seams so you can play with the fit. Hope they work for you!
Thanks, I guess there's nothing wrong with a closet full of wide leg jeans if that's what looks good!
These came out wonderfully! They look great on you!
Thanks! They are warm and cozy and I feel put together in them. Glad to know its not all in my head!
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