Added Apr 17, 2011
Made out of khaki rib-stop cotton and using Burdastyle magazine 10-2010, pattern 110, with a few variations:
I cut the legs to be straight down from mid-thigh level down to the ankles, and omitted the ankle bands at the bottom.
I added big cargo pockets and flaps on the outside leg seam, to get the cargo styling I wanted (and for extra storage!)
More info, and a review of this pattern on my blog
khaki cotton, dress zip, two snap fasteners
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