Added Aug 4, 2008
These lightweight wrap pants tie on the sides and are great for hot days. I used some fabric from my stash and found some suggestions on the web for the pattern. The two main pieces are front and back leg in one (see lower photo) with a crotch curve cut out. Sew the two crotch curves together, right sides together. Then sew on the ties (I made mine wide). I’m not sure if I like the way it ties in the front and how much leg I show so I may add some buttons…
cotton? (not sure, it was a remnant)
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