Traced altered back over original back. I will end up using the narrower waist marking and also taking about 1/2" off the hip curve at the widest point. Note that the original back does not have seam allowances but the tracing does.
Traced altered front over original front. This gives an idea of just how far inward the center of the leg has been shifted. The front piece stops at the lower pocket seam.
This has been lightened a lot to show the topstitching better.
Pockets and stitching on the front. Again, this is washed out so things can be seen better. It is also wrinkled because it was just worn.
Inside of the waist area. The waist facing stops at the fly underlap on one side and the fly shield on the other. I added an inside button and a hook and eye. The back crotch seam is reinforced with a fusible tape and the seam allowances are finished with Hug-Snug seam binding. The facings have a non-fusible interfacing, so I sewed it on in rows to keep the layers in place better.
One of the side slits, closed. I "marked" the edge of the fold-back facings by scratching at it with my thumbnail; you can still see that but it comes out with washing (on this fabric anyway).
Inside button and buttonhole on the slit. The hem has been interfaced.