They should be boring, but they aren’t: Burda 11/12 # 107: Trousers

I might sound like a broken record, but I love those trousers!

Clearly, they are just normal trousers without any special features – but this is version 5 of this pattern (version 1, 2 and 3 are here, version 4 in the making is here) and they are now my most favourite pair of trousers in the world. I made them slightly longer than normal so there is a good break even on shoes with heels. The fabric is a mystery brushed, slightly peachy black something that does not need any ironing, which is a definite plus for me.

Although I realise it does not show in the pictures these are the type of trousers I feel great in when I put them on, so I guess there might be more of them for 2014.


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4 thoughts on “They should be boring, but they aren’t: Burda 11/12 # 107: Trousers

  1. Laurie January 7, 2014 at 2:57 am Reply

    Wow! Sharp looking trousers… I really like the color of version one too… Well done! I hope to conquer trousers this year!

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