Minor change to the pattern. I’ve noticed a lot of excess ease over the back thigh. Just to check, I pinched out a 1/8″ wide dart starting at the back inseam, crossing and terminating at the side seam.
My fabric is a denim purchased in the last few years either from Fabricmartfabrics.com or FashionFabricsClub.com It was prewashed with a can of coke because I can tell coke softens cotton fabrics. I’ve been calling the color ginger because it reminds me of the plant root. However, I think it was named golden wheat or something like that. It’s a very neutral color in my closet. In fact I was planning to top stitching with the same blue as the trousers in my Late Summer Early Autumn Collection. At the last-minute I decided to top stitch with matching thread because that keeps the pant neutral and usable with every color I wear.
Sometimes I think fabric is everything. In this case, these pants were too large at the try-on. I increased the side seams but I think the back and side views still look a little loose, for jeans that is. The front crotch suddenly looks too short. Well I threw these on and took quick pics. I noticed that they seemed a little high at the waist, but made no attempt to adjust. I’m guessing, I tightened the belt one notch to many, which pulled the pants up too far in the front. Fortunately, they look much better when worn with the YED top:
and the whole collection is beginning to come together: