When I first completed these pants they were way to big for me and I stitched them based on the hip measurement. Well, that didn't work me, so of course I had to take them apart. Did I want to? Yes, because that is what needed to be done. Did I do it a timely matter? No. I got distracted. I can hear my mother voice now, "Finish what you have first, before you tackle anything else." Well I did and then I finished 3 dresses, 1 skirt and a pair of culottes, which will be showcased soon.
What I had to do was cut these baby down to my RTW size 14, then adjust the waist and voila, perfect ft. These were made with Simplicity 1810, which is a great pattern for easy wardrobe pieces that can be interchanged and worn year around. These pant have elastic waist and are extremely comfortable. I had the material in my stash so the cost was free! Will I be making up more, yes! Especially to go with a few jackets I want to make for the fall.
Knitting and sewing and loving everything about it.