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The Persephone Pants + Shorts pattern is based on photographs of men’s 1920s-’40s US Navy sailor pants. This is a high waist pants and shorts PDF sewing pattern. These pants are unique in that they do not contain side seams. The front and back pant legs are cut from one piece. It has a concealed button fly, front waist in-seam pockets, belt loops, and two back waist shaping darts. View A: Cropped length pants + View B: Cut-off shorts. Intended to be made with woven non-stretch fabrics, however 3%-5% stretch woven fabrics can also be used. Please refer to the Measurement Chart for information on the fabric/notions you will need for this project.
SEWING LEVEL: This pattern is appropriate for Intermediate sewers.
cotton canvas, bottom weight, twill, denim, duck, non stretch
- Sewing instructions with clear illustrations for each step
- Print-at-home pattern
- Copy shop pattern including both US and A0 page sizes
PRINTING YOUR PDF PATTERN
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