I'm in the midst of making all the pants I made last year fit me now. First I took on these which were a real pain because the material is a little stretchy and it took forever to get them to fit me properly.
The picture on the left was taken a year and two months ago.
The lighting is different as it's a different room in a different house (in a different city no less), but I guarantee you these are the same pants. I'm glad they fit now. You can see the original work here.
Using that same pattern I had cut these pants out around the same time but they didn't fit when I tried them on at that time, but now, of course, they were too big so this is the second pair I took in.
(No before pic of these pants because I never finished them. Also, I'm pretty sure I have no idea which side the zipper actually goes on.)
Finally, the last ones I fixed for today were these:
I took a picture of me wearing these pants just for fun. Trust me, they are the same pants. These weren't so difficult to fix since the zipper was in the middle and I didn't have to mess with it at all. (Here's the original work.)
Here's a better view:
(Yes, these are the same pants! Hard to believe I know.)
My back is killing me, so I'm calling it a night. I now have three pairs of pants that fit me perfectly just in time for colder weather.
Edit: Today I finished the last pair of pants.
Here's the original work.
There's one more pair of pants to fix but they have a double elastic waist, so I probably won't fix them for a while. Plus, they are not winter wear.
I'm glad to have a nice stock pile of pants now!