DIY Casual Summer Pants

I made these pants back in March and they've quickly become one of my frequent weekend go-to's. They are as comfortable as sweatpants without the heat of a knit fabric. It doesn't hurt that this lightweight cotton is like the softest thing EVER. I wish I had sheets made out of this stuff. The fabric is actually the same stuff I used to make my beach coverup. Per usual, it was a bargain bin fabric so I don't have a reliable source for more.

The pattern is the Hudson Pants by True Bias. It's designed for knit fabrics but Kelli has a great tutorial for adapting the pattern to wovens. I think I've actually used this pattern five times now, twice in knit (here and here) and three times in woven fabric (here and here). If that doesn't attest to how great this pattern is then I don't know what does. 

Here I've paired the pants with a DIY blouse I made a few years ago using Simplicity 1661. I love the design of this pattern, It's comfortable to wear and has an awesome peek-a-boo slit in the back. Check out the details here.

Do you have a favorite summer pattern? Are you sewing any pants for the season?