I adapted these with a bit of a “flat tush adjustment” and added a partial lining on the inside.
Oh, and belt loops, too.
Blogged here: handmademess.com/2012/03/04/let-there-be-trousers/
These are really nice! Great details.
I made these a number of years ago, and just as I was thinking I didn’t have the slightest idea how to sew pants, I found these in my closet.
They’re not bad. I think I’m going to make them agai…
That’s wonderful! Such a fairly straightforward twist on “normal” makes it exceptional in so man…
That’s so cute!
I made this from the fabric of a grey tweedy skirt and silk Thai fisherman’s pants, with some scraps of other fabrics added it.
The pattern is The Sewing Workshop Collection’s “Plaza Jacket”.
This is a dress I made a few years ago and then “lost” in my closet, unworn, only to resurrect recently, realizing that whatever the reason I’d once put it aside, dissatisfied, I think now it’s act…
I love this! I’ve seen a variation on this fabric, but I think the one you found is prettier…a…
I used ichigogirl’s “Cowl dress/Cowl top” pattern. I made it a couple inches wider, and then when it was still too small, I inserted side panels.
I also added sleeves, because I’m big on adding…
Based on the skirt from the BurdaStyle Sewing Handbook.
I made only one layer (no overskirt), lengthened it, and added front pockets (inspired by one of the variations depicted in that book.)
Ah, I meant to reply, but I think I replied to the project, not to your question: the coat is fr…
Wow! Never have I been tempted to sew jeans…but these are adorable. Jeans this cute would be wo…
I’d love to see what you do with it! I’m convinced there are great possibilities. I just had to g…
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