Ta da -- new pants, Kwik Sew 2123. Mission accomplished.
There's something mildly funky in the pocket area -- like the inside pocket wants to be pulled toward the crotch for the pocket not to gather a bit by the seam, if that makes sense. They're not too tight in the front or back and I fiddled with that pocket area, ripping and re-sewing the side seam three times, until I finally
Everything went smoothly so I don't know what happened. They're not too tight in the rear.
Or the crotch.
I only had a long pink zipper so I used that (only the bottom third of course). Hey, it matches the pockets.
Here are some flat-felled seams. Easy-peasy with my Singer 15-91.
I may stitch up another pair of these for Michael -- I have a TON of that fabric left -- or maybe make a jacket. Or would that be too matchy-matchy?
Here I am in my knit tank top that reader Rachel insists isn't boring -- with such fervor, in fact, that I may just whip one up for her, which may have been her agenda all along.
And so, another project completed if not quite perfect. But who wants perfect?
So where do I go from here, loyal readers?
Given that I'm so busy sewing, I have decided to outsource as much of my decision-making responsibilities to you. Pretty kewl, huh?
As always, I welcome your comments and suggestions.