Untitled Thoughts Chandler Trousers PDF (Intermediate)

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The Chandler Trousers are the perfect pants for those just delving into the world of sewing trousers for themselves! It has a few bits that will expand your sewing knowledge, but with it’s easy elastic back waistband, fitting should be a breeze!

This Pattern has:

  • Slash Pockets
  • Four Pant Options: Darted Front Pant, Pleated Front Pant, Darted Front Shorts, & Pleated Front Shorts
  • Comfy Elastic Back Waistband
  • Faux Fly Option
  • Optional Belt Loops & Cuffs
  • Includes ENGLISH and FRENCH versions

Level: 3- Confident Beginner to Intermediate
Size: 1-16 (US Size 0-30)





Linen, Rayon Challis, Crepe, Lawn, Silk Charmeuse, Voile, Double Gauze, Chambray, Tropical Weight Wool (For Fall), Cotton Poplin, Silk Noil





1.5" Wide Elastic, Interfacing (Optional), Matching Thread 

Sewing level: Advance Beginner to Intermediate

Instructions: English

Size Groups:

Size Groups: Two Size Groups (Size 1-8, US Size 0-14 ; Size 9-16, US Size 16-30)


Copy Shop A0 & 36"x 48":

  • A0 - 2 pages size 1 to 8; 3 pages size 9 to 16

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  • 5
    I love these trousers!

    Posted by S Alton on 25th Apr 2020

    This is a great pattern which you can add your own touches to. I made the pleated design and unexpectedly I had a top stitch which matched my fabric so I added top stitch detail to the pleats, the waistband, false fly and belt loops. When I make these again I will top stitch further down the pleat than the instructions recommend. I had to make some adjustments but I found this very easy to do. The pattern is designed for someone who is 5'8 with a long body and I am 5'2 with a "normal" lenght body so I took two inches off the leg and about three inches off body measurements. I also ended up taking in the seams further because I wanted french seams as the fabric I used easily frayed and I only have a basic sewing maching. When I hemmed the trousers I used 1.5cm + 1.5cm rather than the recommended 1cm + 1cm as could not get a neat enough finish wth the 1cm guide and the length is stll ankle length. I could probably take more out of the length to look like the picture, as mine are longer than that. I also added a label (from this website) into the rear waistband which is a cute touch. I have to admit that I didn't follow the instructions which came with the pattern, I only followed the blog on the Untitled Thoughts website. I found the blog instructons were easy to follow and the project is split into manageable chuncks of work which was good for me as I only have 30 minutes to an hour at a time to sew at any given time. I have only just got into dress making a few months ago after dablling in it some 10 years ago and I found this pattern easy to follow and I now have a pair of trousers which I love!