Thread Theory Jedediah Pants (Intermediate)

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Chino-style trousers updated with a slim, casual fit, back yoke and stylish slash front pockets. These pants include two length options - knee length shorts with rolled cuff and full length trousers. They will wear well in a denim, corduroy or twill with the extra durability of flat fell seams. They could also be made in a lighter cotton or linen when sewn as summer shorts.

The design includes top-stitched belt loops, flat fell inseams, a fly (with detailed illustrated sewing instructions), back patch pockets with customizable decorative stitching, and large slash front pockets.

This pattern, as part of the Parkland Casual Collection, is a modern slim-fitting design with athletic sizing. It is a classic garment that lends itself to creating the perfect casual, hand-made wardrobe for an active lifestyle.

Paper Sewing Pattern Includes: 
1) A tissue copy of the pattern in sizes 30 - 40 
2) A 16 page staple bound illustrated instruction booklet (lays flat while sewing!) 
3) An embroidered Thread Theory garment tag 
4) A chip board folder with string closure - simple to use and sturdy enough to store your patterns for years to come.

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    Fabric Godmother

    Posted by Pip Goff on 25th Feb 2021

    Really poor- when I order product it said 1-2 days delivery but took about 10 so I missed being able to make item fir birthday deadline

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    • Thread Theory Jedediah Pants

    Posted by Matt Hughes on 26th Apr 2020

    The outcome of this design is very good. They fit well and look good. I did my own design for the pockets and the binding for some of the hems is distinctive.

    However, the instructions are possibly the worst I've come across. There are very few pictures and no clear key as to what is what concerning right side versus wrong side etc. I think the use of a graphic designer would make a big difference. Don't even think about following the waistband instructions; just look up a normal waistband method - it works out the same. Even the sew-along blog couldn't make any sense of this.

    Overall: good but be prepared to be confused

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    Trying this pattern

    Posted by Unknown on 29th Oct 2017

    Bought this on the back of good reports read for future make up, found this pattern company harder to obtain in the UK until now so very pleased to get away from the usual big ones.