With Summer approaching it was time to make some light-coloured jeans, and Norma Jean looked to fit the bill.
Not such a good photo from the designers web page, but trust me . . . . !
I used an off white linen/rayon mix, some quilting fabric patches, and whoosh, I was off! No changes to the pattern - it is oversized and baggy, and as I didn't want to change the fundamentals of the design, I left everything as it was. Oh, I may have left off a patch or two, but other than that, no changes.
I have some hanger photos to follow, but this is how 'Norma' looks in action with a linen Jacqueline slip and a trusty McCalls 6168.
The pockets are interesting - they are sewn into a cut in the front pattern pieces - they feel a bit like a kangeroo pouch to me! I'm not sure if I'd bother using these pockets next time, I'll probably add some in-seam pockets or patch ones. Nonetheless, they are quite fun.
Ah yes, a couple of cute patches!!!
I'm going to wear these a few times before I decide whether or not to dye them - I'm not quite sure if this off white is too bright.
Here are some hanger close ups!!
One of the 'kangeroo' pockets above!
A few patches . . .
And my label! The front and back pattern pieces are the same, so I always like to add a label.
These really are quick make and I'll be using this as my 'go to' for woven pants/jeans. Love them!
How is you summer sewing coming along - or winter sewing for my 'downunder' sisters?