It’s only got three pattern pieces (front, back and a button loop), I added the pocket myself. It fits Yuki perfectly when it’s on but because the fabric has no stretch, it’s a bit of a squeeze getting it on and off of her.
There aren’t any pictures for the pattern, just numbered instructions, but because the construction is so simple, I didn’t really need any. I just kinda made it the way that made the most sense to me. It’s a lot like the Wiksten tank for women.
These pants were not really meant to be part of this outfit, but they were project #4 and I figure I might as well get it all photographed at once. In fact, these weren’t part of the original KCW pile at all, but got added to help with some last minute testing stuff for Rae. They are the newly released Parsley Pants! And fittingly, in green!
It’s the same awesome pattern I sewed up a few days ago as shorts. I added the pouch pockets again and this time tried the pintucks too. It’s a fun lil detail, no?
The pattern is great – I rave about it a bit more in my last post and you really should check out Emmmy Lizzzy’s collection of Parsleys if you haven’t already. My only piece of advice after sewing this pair is that if you’re going to do the pouch pockets, stick with lighter weight fabrics for the pockets (at least for the lining). I used bottom weight fabrics for the pants and both layers of the pockets so when it came to folding over the waistband it started to get crazy thick and my machine didn’t appreciate that much!
Well I had two more versions of these pants cut out and ready to sew, but I’m not sure if I’ll get to them this week. I’m about to attach a stack of t-shirts I really want to get done! But I’m also starting to feel a little burn out aaaand my crazy allergies have started to morph into a cold. Booooooo.
How you doin’?