Here you have the last piece produced during my big sewing day.
his costume, but was hoping he could also wear as "just pants". I worried when I was cutting them out that the cuffed, pleated legs would be a little odd for everyday wear, but I actually think they look pretty good. The shirt he is wearing is the creation of the great Amanda of Kitschy Coo. It is Logan's absolute favorite shirt. The pants are made from Burda 9671 out of a piece of black mystery fabric from the remnant bin at Hancock's. I think it is a poly/rayon "linen look". I did make some alterations to the pattern, both for ease of sewing and wear. The pants are designed with a fly front with elasticated back waistband. Since zippers were not around in medieval times (and Logan has trouble with them at potty time) I opted for an elastic casing. (I know, elastic wasn't around then either - whatever. Potty time convenience takes precedence over historical accuracy.) Without the fly, they were quite a quick sew even with the buttoned bands at the hem.