A croaky groan..... I've had the cold from hell for the last 2 weeks. Explaining why all I can make just now is clothes for lying on the sofa.
First up McCalls 6288 View C/D - the big, baggy tshirt. The front of the tshirt is in 9 sections.
The grey version is in a thin modal spandex from Potters Textiles Outlet store. It is a very large tshirt style. I made a size 14.
The pattern calls for french seams on the front panels. That sounded a bit boring on this so I sewed the seams on the outside using wooly nylon on the bobbin, and then using a double needle, sewed down the seam on the outside. When you wash the top the edges curl round.
The black version is also in a modal spandex jersey. This one is made the way the pattern suggests and the panel in the middle is a drapey silk. I'm not sure that was very successful as it isn't stretchy enough for the other fabric. Oops.
And for the bottom half - the baggy trousers from July Burda (worn above in the photo with the grey top). Burda make them in a number of permutations from batiste to jersey. They are basically a peg leg trouser with a wide jersey band instead of a waistband.
On the plus side these have to be the easiest and quickest pants in the world to make. On the minus side, they aren't terribly flattering on short people like me. But my, are they comfortable! My version are in silk charmeuse with cotton/spandex band. My advice would be to make them in something very thin and drapey or they make your hips look huge.