I'm working on my jeans and have finished my pockets. It's the palmer/pletsch one I've stuffed up twice before. I know what you're thinking, "will you never learn?" Aah, let me think about that. No.
I'm thinking goldilocks, first time too small, second time too big, 3 times the trick. We'll see. If they're wadders I'll let you say, "told you so," and take it in good grace. Anyway, this time we're going for heartbeats on the butt. Kind of fun, that is, if I ever get to wear them. (the blue line is just a wash out marker used to trace out the pattern)
When people know you sew, good things and bad things happen. Bad things, "can you just take up / take in / mend this for me, won't take you a sec." Good things, "I've got these fabrics lying round, do you think you could use them? A friend gave me this tweed tunic she'd cut out for herself but a quick pin fit proved the maximum "compared finished measurements and your own very carefully." So I made it up. Simplicity 4097. It's not really my style but it's warm and fun. Seen here with merino wool House of G (Glassons) stripey top. Worn with jeans it's a fun ensemble. I wouldn't say the line running over the bust was in my best interests though. And the tucks underneath are a little maternity.
Still, won't look a gift horse in the bodice.