Last week, I finished a pair of Alabama Chanin drawstring pants . . . in the knee-length shorts version.
I was a bit hesitant about making pants . . . with hand stitching. Because, really, you want the butt seam and crotch seam to HOLD, y'know? But last fall, when Vicki and I visited the Alabama Chanin Factory, I tried on a pair. And they seemed surprisingly stable. And super comfortable. So I decided to give it a go.
This particular AC pattern includes drawstring pants (4 lengths) and a drawstring skirt (also multiple lengths) -- and a variety of pocket options. I planned to try ALL pocket varieties when I stitched up my shorts. Kind of a . . . pocket sampler!
So. We've got side seam pockets . . .
a cargo pocket . . .
and patch pockets!
These really are the most comfortable pants in the world. (And I'm happy to report that with two full days' wear, both the butt seam and the crotch seam are holding fast!)
Now . . . I'm thinking I need a long pair.
(And maybe the skirt . . . )
Be sure to head over to Kat's today . . . to see what else is Unraveling!