An easy pattern for a pair of easy trousers in sizes Eur 34 - 44 / US - CAN 4 - 14 / UK - AUS 6 - 16
Measurements for the finished pants are: Size Eur 34 / US 4 / UK 6 | waist 90 cm / 35.4”, hips 100 cm / 39.4” Size Eur 36 / US 6 / UK 8 | waist 94 cm / 37”, hips 104 cm / 41” Size Eur 38 / US 8 / UK 10 | waist 98 cm / 38.6”, hips 108 cm / 42.5” Size Eur 40 / US 10 / UK 12 | waist 102 cm / 40.1”, hips 112 cm / 44.1” Size Eur 42 / US 12 / UK 14 | waist 106 cm / 41.7”, hips 116 cm / 45.7” Size Eur 44 / US 14 / UK 16 | waist 110 cm / 43.3”, hips 120 cm / 47.2”
The pants have 4 rectangular sew-on pockets, of which two that close with a button. The pants close on the side with a string. But of course you can also choose to add elastic to the waist and leave out sewing a string and a string hole.
In the PDF files I describe step by step how to sew your own pants guided by drawings and photos. Also for a beginner in sewing, the instructions are simple to follow.
The PDF files consist of * the pattern for the pants * a read me file in English * and the sewing instructions in English
The fit for the pants is loose and easy. They can be worn casual, as well as more formal.
The pattern can be printed on 16 A4 format paper, or US letter 8.5 by 11" pages, simply on a home printer. When printed, the pages can easily be taped together, there is an image on how to assemble the pages in the Read me First pages. I've also added the pattern on one big sheet.
*** I regularly adjust the pattern and sewing instructions when I receive feedback from helpful customers. So please don't hesitate to write me if you have ideas, remarks, issues that are unclear... anything.
PDF files can be read with the free software Adobe Acrobat Reader, often already installed on computers but if not, safe to download from the internet.
If you have any questions, before or after downloading the files, you can always contact me.
- Step by step photo guide
- In cm and inches
Materials you need at home:
- Midweight, non stretch, fabric
- Ruler and Iron
In 2015 I created Bloem Linen making linen aprons. In the following years I slowly added linen clothing and nightwear to my brand. Regularly I received messages from customers asking if I would sell my sewing patterns. And these requests lead to plunging into learning how to turn my paper patterns into downloadable files.
I hope you enjoy my always growing list of patterns. If you have questions, remarks, suggestions or see faults in my patterns, please don't hesitate to write me, I am always open to improve my patterns.
Thank you, Marion