for my first pair i made a size 40 which is the size that most closely matches my measurements. the result was more lounge pants than peg leg. so for this version made from a cotton from the fabric store i sized down to size 38. i made no alterations other than to increase the width of the waist band to accommodate 3cm wide elastic instead of the 2.5cm that the pattern calls for as my local fabric store only had 3cm wide elastic. i also omitted the drawstring.
the pattern instructions are easy to follow and the pants came together easily. here's a close up of the fabric as it is hard to photograph from a distance.
i made another simplicity 1366 to wear with the pants. i have been wanting a black one for ages and made this up in a bargain ponte from fabric.com that actually has a sparkly silver leopard print on the right side, which is on the inside of this top.
these pants are so comfy (more work gear that are really secret pjs - side cheers) i decided i needed multiple pairs so i also made them up in a light weight dark chambray from joys fabric warehouse in geelong. these ones are really comfy and perfect for casual or more dressy wear.
i also got two set on this pair and made a maria denmark kimono tee from a spotlight knit, my previous kimono tees can be seen here. simplicity 1366 and the kimono tee are definitely my go to summer tops. they make up very quickly and i like the lines of both designs.
finally, a shout out to deadlycraft who won my giveaway - apologies i should have included 'giveaway winner in my last post title. i've been keeping an eye on my junk mail but haven't seen a message from you. please resend or email me and let me know in the comments so i know to check my junk mail.