Straight leg pants with zip fly and front pockets.
I used a size 38, and took in the waistline a little bit to stop it gaping at the back.
Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing with it?
Mostly, although my pants turned out a lot baggier than the model's pants.
Were the instructions easy to follow?
Not really. They are Burda magazine instructions which are well known for being difficult and hard to understand. I couldn't follow their instructions for installing the fly zipper with shield at all, even though I've made plenty before.
What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern?
I really like the pocket pieces that extend to fly shield - it makes the inside neat and if you used a firm fabric also works as a tummy control panel too. I also really like that the centre back seam is sewn last after the waistband is sewn on, so that you can take in the centre back seam to fit snugly.
I used a linen cotton blend in a navy blue with yellow graphic print. The pattern calls for fabric with width wise or 4 way stretch fabric only, but my pants are ok using a non stretch woven - they aren't as slim fitting at the photo suggests. Although my fabric sagged out terribly after wearing them for a while, but that is just what linen-cotton will do eventually.
Pattern alterations or any design changes you made:
I made no changes apart from taking in the centre back a little more to get a closer fit.
Would you sew it again? Would you recommend it to others?
Yes I will probably make another pair of these, maybe in a stretch fabric and I will narrow the pattern a bit to get it to look more like the pattern photo.
A simple well drafted pants pattern. More details at my blog