These pants are great for any shape and at any length.
Step 1: Supplies
Thread and bobbin
Iron & ironing board
Long straight edge
2” strip of sew of Velcro
Hip and waist measurement
Desired pant length
Step 2: Iron fabric
Fabric should be pre-washed to avoid any shrinking.
With most cottons, use the steam setting to get out all wrinkles.
Step 3: Lie out fabric
Lie out fabric two layers, right sides together:
You want to use the finished edges of the sheet to your advantage.
I use the bottom of the sheet for the hem, and the side of the sheet for the back because back will be on top with a finished edge.
If you use the top of the sheet for the hem the pattern might be upside down and the hem would be 3 or 4 inches wide.
Step 4: Mark hip width
When using common fabric you can only get 45" wide.
I would finish all sides of the fabric first if you are not using a finished sheet.
Step 5: Mark center
If you prefer, on your second pair of pants you can move the center over towards the front. This will give you more of a wrap around the back. Or move it towards the back for more wrap around the front.
Step 6: Place pattern
Place pattern with back hip on the left side towards the finished edge of the fabric and crotch at center mark.
Place front pant leg so that the front crotch touches the back crotch.
Make sure bottom of pant legs are flush with bottom hem of fabric.
If you are making knee length pants mark a perpendicular line to the grain line on the pattern where you want the length to be.
Step 7: Mark top of pattern
(this point may vary depending on pattern used).