You will need: light stretch fabric - natural or mixed, fusing; 1 zipper; 1 button.
Attention! Fabric consumption varies depending on the size of garment. First of all, print out paper patterns and lay them out at the width of fabric/ knit you plan to use, to see how much fabric you will need.
When sewing the garment, pay attention to notches- they must coincide.
1. Front part - 2 details
2. Back part - 2 details
3. Back facing - 1 folded detail
4. Front facing - 2 details
5. Button catch - 1 detail
Fusing: front facing, back facing, button catch.
1. Apply the fusing to wrong side of facings and the button catch.
2. Sew darts. Press depths towards the center.
3. Sew side and leg inside seams. Blank seam allowances, then press apart.
4. Sew front middle seam downward from closure mark. Make back middle seam with the same stitch.
5. ZIPPER: press closure one-piece facings into wrong side: on the right edge - on the front middle line, on the left edge - on 1 cm (3/8") distance from front middle line (= closure allowance). Sew the zipper under closure allowance edge (left edge) along the edge, with teeth closely to the bend. Pin the slit coinciding front middle lines. Sew zipper free band to one-piece facing of closure right edge. Do not catch garment right part's fabric! Topstitch right front part along the closure according to marking, catching the facing. Overstitch the button catch along short ends, turn them out, then press. Sew the button catch to left edge, under the closure.
6. Sew front and back facings along side edges. Press allowances apart. Tack the lower edge. Fold the facings and garment upper edge right sides together, then overstitch. Turn into right side, fix short ends, then topstitch upper edge on 1 mm (1/16").
7. Press the hems under, then topstitch.
8. Make a buttonhole into front part right edge, sew the button on the left one.