Wouldn't you say my collection's complete... ok, before I get that song more firmly stuck in my head, I should probably clarify that the collection is not complete, because I still have to, you know, actually sew this. (And cut out the interfacing.) But this pile represents 3 pairs of pants, which is what remains of the original 5 pairs I'd planned to make. Now that I have the fitting worked out, I think this will go very quickly. Especially because I can use the same serger thread for both the blue and black denim versions, which means that I can definitely assembly-line make those two pairs! The grey will have to be done separately for it to look right, I think, but you can't win them all.
As far as my stashbusting goes, overestimating once again bit me in the butt. I don't have the full width yardage on any of these, but I still have a solid 1 3/4 yards of both the blue and the black lightweight denim. So I'll have to figure out what to do with those, though I did manage to use one largeish remnant of the black for a secret project. (Which doesn't count towards that 1 3/4 yards, unfortunately.) I do have quite a bit of the grey left as well, but I do already know what I'm going to do with that. And it isn't another Hummingbird skirt.
On the plus side, I did use up the cherry print, and one length of the multiple cuts of this batiked muslin from ages ago. I think there were something like 6 total. So that puts me at 3 out of 4 fabrics to get out of my stash completely before I can buy more-- 4 if I count the zebra print charmeuse that I passed on to my mom for a bag lining. I'd ordered 3 yards, but they only sent me 1, and then ran out, so I can't use it for the winter coat lining that I'd originally planned.
I think I'm going to count it. After all, I can't delay too long in ordering fabric if I'm going to be ready for March of the Shieldmaidens. But I'm still making progress, right?