A Half-Century. Not bad.
It was a good day. Slept in till 8 then we surfed a while...got carry out breakfast so I wouldn't have to cook.
Middle wanted white pants for a costume so off we went to the Wal-Hell...but since it is late October in the Hinterlands of course there were none to be found. No worries though: Wal-He'll sells yard goods. Got twill and an easy-sew pattern.
Went for a nice long walk - farther down one of the local roads than I had ever been before - and very much enjoyed my audiobook. Got back and wished I'd put the fabric in the wash -before- my walk but it was all good. Picked up carry out dinner so I still wouldn't have to cook.
Laid out the fabric but didn't start assembly till around 5:30 - had finished pants (well except for the hems) by 9:45. Yup, still got the mad sewing skills.
Used both Fray-Check AND Stitch Witchery; that was supremely satisfying as my mother would have a shit fit. I can still recall her bitching about "glued together" and "never survive the first washing" about a blouse I made in Jr high and wore all through high school.
Pattern did not have pockets and called for elastic not a drawstring; I added both. I am woman hear me roar! Plus used both the zipper foot -and- the buttonhole foot of the sewing machine. See previous roaring sentence. I have reclaimed the sewing my mother issues kept at bay for decades and boy does it feel good.
Also there was cake.