Because it is currently the depths of winter where I live, I wanted to make myself some nice, thick winter pants that could keep me warm.
These are made from a heavyweight linen (hence the creases), so they’re nice and warm – I tested them over the course of this week.
It’s a pattern I’ve used twice before, Simplicity 8457, so it wasn’t too hard to put these together. I did try French seams on the pockets, which was a fun experiment. Definitely would do that again!
The invisible zipper still is not completely invisible, but I think I’m getting better. Possibly. I do like that it ends before the pocket meets the side seam.
They’re also a nice neutral colour, so I can wear pretty much any of my shirts with them. I do love a good versatile staple wardrobe piece! I’m certain I’ll be wearing these for many more winters.
Anyways, see ya!