As much as I love the Emerson pattern as shorts and crop pants, it works really great as a full length pant as well. And with just a few easy hacks it's really simple to do. The best part of it is that when my daughter gets too tall for these I can just hem them into the original length of crop pants or shorts to get more wear out of them. The pants above are just a simple wide length pant, which my daughter loves. I used a zebra print crepe fabric that you can find here. It's a fun print and the fact that the fabric has great drape really works well for the wide leg style. And the pants above are more of a genie style by adding elastic to the ankle. I think they turned out really fun in this denim chambray, although I think next time I will try them in something softer for a more subtle affect. You are going to need to cut your pant leg pattern pieces longer than the original crop pants. For my daughter I added about 8 inches which included the 1 inch for the elastic, 1/4" for turn under, and 1/4" for wiggle room. (So that's 1 1/2" for the elastic casing and 6 1/2" for length. For both styles, after sewing up the pattern as instruction except for the hem, you are going to turn your pants inside out. Press the bottom up by 1/4" Now press the whole thing up by about 1 1/4". If you are making the wide leg pant them just stitch along the fold now to finish the hem. If making the genie version, leave a 2 inch opening to insert the elastic. If you are doing the genie pant, cut two pieces of elastic to the length desired (wrap it around your child's ankle and add some for overlap and easy). Attach a safely pin to one end and insert the elastic through the opening. Sew the two ends of the elastic together, stitch up the opening and you are done! Your pants should look something like these. Let me know if you have any questions.