BurdaStyle's pleated pants which was surprisingly quick to sew. It helps that there is no zip fly, just a side zipper and I have to thank my Ginger Jeans for giving me the confidence to whip these up.
The fabric is a stash blast! This very light/almost see through cotton/ linen blend was pretty easy to work with. Ironing was a different story. I pressed and steamed these pants right before taking pictures and, well you can see that they wrinkle pretty badly. But that's the story of linen I guess.
Because they are so light weight, they aren't suitable for our current weather, below freezing. They'll have to be put away until Spring.
Spit Up & Stilettos Isabella Tank, WHICH IS FREE! Get over there and download now before she realizes that she's too talented to be giving these patterns away! The fabric is also part of my stash blast, so you get 2 stash blasts in 1 post, woohoo! I love the cut out of this shirt, I do need to find a lower bra to wear with it, or at least make a cute one or something.
I used ric-rack to make my closure, because I was too lazy to make a button loop out of real fabric! Just being honest. I think this would be a great shirt pattern to make into a comfy summer dress. I'd definitely have to grade out on the hips. And I wish that this pants pattern would have had welted pockets.