Sorry, this is the best photo I could come up with. Black, fine-wale corduroy—hard to photograph. The legs have a cuff at the bottom. The picture on the pattern cover showed a poofier leg gathered onto the cuff. The reality was a leg barely bigger than the cuff, but, oh well, they look pretty cute anyway. I always liked overalls on little kids. They can wear them for a long time. Just move the buttons to make the thing longer and they don't fall down. The cuffs keep the legs from dragging if they are a little long. The other day Sofia had on a pair of embroidered denim jeans that were, admittedly adorable, but they kept drooping down around her hips. I later learned there is a piece of elastic inside the back of the waistband that you can adjust to make them fit tighter or looser around the waist and it had come entirely undone. Grandmas don't know about such new-fangled things. I like overalls.
Here's a closeup of the fabric—little embroidered tulips in bright colors on the black. Some people do not approve of dressing children in black. I think black looks good on everyone, especially with the addition of hot pink buttons. Here they are reflecting the light, but they are really pretty hot.
I made a lot of clothes for my children and I think saved a lot of money, while keeping them well-dressed. Something has happened since then. Children's clothing has gotten cheaper and fabric has gotten more expensive. I could probably have bought something comparable for less than the fabric cost for this, but it would not have had my special smoochy mojo sewn into it.