I think these fit the bill.
They are the Peridot pants by Clever Charlotte.
I made them last year for Lidia.
I really want to show you these as I think they are pretty quick to make once you know what you are doing!
And,as I was making Lid's a much desired black pair I decided to take a few(well 72 actually)pictures.
Its a long one so I may split it in two.
The tutorial not the trousers...oh dear,oh dear,oh dear.
I made Liddy a pair in size 5 width and a size 7 length.
Before you start pre-neaten the leg seams of the pants pieces.
Apply interfacing to to one side of the waistband pieces.
If you choose to use a lighter contrast fabric for the lining you may wish to interface both the front and lining waistband pieces.
Cut the two lengths of elastic loop tape.
Six loops are required on each piece.
Fold the front tabs in half lengthwise.
Neaten the edges.
Pin the front tab to the front leg matching the edge of the tab to the notch.
The tab will finish perfectly with the hem of the trousers.
Sew in place and then clip to the sewn seam above the front tab.
At the notch.
Rinse and repeat!
Following the pattern instructions measure and mark the placement for the elastic loop tape on the right side of the back leg.
You should have six loops.
Mark the stitching line and pin the loop tape in place.
Baste in place.
The loop tape can slip a little,hold it down if you need to and stitch slowly.
Press well from the wrong side.
Neaten the edges of the back tab.
Pin the back tab to the back leg, right sides together.
The loop tape will be sandwiched between the two.
The back tab will match the notch of the back leg.
Stitch in place and clip at the notch to the stitching line.
Fold the back tab to the inside wrong side together and roll the seam under your fingers.
Finger press and then iron well.
Avoid touching the elastic loops with the iron.
Following the instructions pin the right outer leg together from the zipper notch to the tab notches.
Sew and press the seam open.
Position the tabs, tucking the front tab underneath the back tab.
Check this from the right side.
I was worried there may be a strength issue here.
I decided to fuse a neat rectangle of interfacing over the seams.
Flip the trouser leg over to the right side and following the instructions, mark the stitching lines and pin the back flap over the front flap.
Stitching through both layers sew to the point marked by the pin.
Open the flaps and pull the front flap away from the back flap.
Topstitch the outer back leg to the back flap.
(Catching it underneath).
I chose to mark this spot.
And sew a bartack, these are to be play clothes and I wanted them sturdy!
The interfacing keeps things neat and offers a little extra strength.
Repeat with the other leg but this time from the waistband to the tab opening.
Pin and sew the inside leg.
Press the seams, turn and press again.
Put one leg inside the other, right sides together.
Pin the crotch seam, matching notches.
Sew the seam.
I like to reverse over the centre seam a few times and then stitch a second row of stitching close to the first.
Press the seam and clip the curves.
Neaten the seam.
If you overlock over the notches they will be finished but still give ease.
Press the seams to one side.
Take the opportunity to press this seam really well.
The end of the ironing board is very useful.
That will do for now!
Back soon with part two.