This pattern will adapt to sixteen of your body measurements which will be used to customise:
- Tapering of the trouser leg so that the fabric falls smoothly over your leg and tapers towards the ankle.
- Curvature and length of the crotch to reduce pulling and prevent bagginess.
- Size of the back pockets is adapted to the size of the back trouser panel to keep the proportions just right.
- The hip curve. This is a standard in made to measure sewing patterns.
- Contoured waist with contoured waist facing.
- Trouser length. We recommend these trousers to reach to the ankle as showcased on the images above.
Sixteen measurements make it possible to achieve an impressing fit no matter the size.
Pleated fronts and a high waist give these trousers a vintage feel. The faced waist is perfect if you want to wear suspenders. Worn without suspenders, the waist is very sturdy and will never slip down thanks to the interlined and interfaced waist facing. The design features at are:
- High contoured waist, interfaced and interlined
- No waistband
- Darts at the back
- Pleats at the front
- Faced slant pockets at the front
- Single welt pockets at the back
- Crease lines
Video sewing instructions
You will get access to Video sewing instructions. The video sewing tutorials enable you stress-free sewing no matter if you are an experienced sewist or just a beginner. You can also use them to teach yourself a new technique. The videos include:
- How to stitch a front fly zipper
- Stitching front slant pockets
- Sewing single welt pockets
- Creating the interlined and interfaced waist facing