The fly shield and waistband lining are in a bright madras plaid. Working with this wool twill is just delightful! It's squishy but manageable, presses wonderfully, and isn't so stretchy that all my seams look awful. I think they'll be very comfy on, too.
Coping with autoimmune disease with grace (sometimes), humor (always) and dignity (rarely). Plus knitting and cats!
March 2, 2013
I Sewed a Fly!
The navy trousers are coming along well, after I conquered the pockets. I sewed the fly zip last night and it's in, looks good, and works. At 1am I decided that the topstitching was good, unless it looked awful in the light of day. The vertical stitching is a little bit further away from CF at the base than at the top, but not enough to be noticeable. And no one should really be staring at my crotch once these are done.
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Congratulations! I *still* don't have a fly to my name; I'm very impressed.ReplyDelete
Thank you! That means so much coming from someone whose garments are beautifully made and fit so well.Delete