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Sew Over It Ultimate Trousers (Intermediate)

£15.00
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Description

Make yourself a pair of Ultimate Trousers with this perfect pattern! Slim fitting, ankle grazing and flattering for so many figures, the Ultimate Trousers will be your go-to trouser pattern. So simple to make you will be whipping these up in a couple of hours.

The Ultimate Trousers sewing pattern is the perfect choice for an advanced beginner who wants to delve into trouser making without any of the complicated or confusing techniques. With no tricky fly to contend with, the Ultimate Trousers fasten with an invisible side zip. The waistline is finished with a facing and the trousers are machine hemmed. Made up of only four pattern pieces it’s hard to go wrong.

Sewing Level

The Ultimate Trousers are an advanced beginner level sewing pattern. We recommend you have experience making a couple of garments, but there’s no need to have made trousers before.

Fabric Suggestions

We recommend a medium to heavy weight woven fabric such as cotton, wool, crepe or denim for this pattern. Anything with a small amount of stretch (around 3%) will make for an extra comfy fit. For a loose, summery look you could also try rayon or other lightweight drapey fabric. You will also need a 9″ invisible zip.

Fabric Requirements

The Ultimate Trousers sewing pattern comes in UK sizes 8-20. See the chart for details on fabric requirements. 

Like all Sew Over It patterns, the sizes are nested to make it easier to grade between the sizes, depending on your measurements.

 

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    very inaccurate illustration

    Posted by margaret chamberlain on 31st Mar 2016

    I was looking for a simple high waisted trouser pattern. I saw this and in the pic it looks very high waisted...'spot on !' I thought and bought it. However, I had to add a good 4 inches to the length of the rise. Luckily I am an experienced sewing person but I did not want the faff of doing that. In the end the trousers were ok but not what I expected for the high price. I will stick to my usual Vogue patterns, which have accurate drawings or photographs.