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Spring Trousers MultiSize PDF Pattern


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The Spring Trousers are designed to feel breezy and elegant with plenty of space to move. They work amazingly well in a huge range of fabrics, from silks to denims, linens and heavy corduroys. Your fabric choice will determine the character of your garment; you could make a cosy corduroy trouser for winter or a floaty silk piece for a wedding. Both work equally well which is unusually versatile for a pattern.

Sizing: Sizes 4 - 28 (with PDF Layers)

Skill level: Intermediate sewers. 

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Construction techniques: Zip fly construction with binding finishing, semi elasticated waistband, side pockets with french seam finishing, front pleats, flat felled seams and hemming.

Suitable fabrics: This piece is predominantly designed to work with linens and light cottons, however there is also scope to play with heavier fabrics. Starting at the lighter end of the scale, linens and lightweight cottons are ideal for this piece. Silk and tencel are also great options for a more floaty and sophisticated look. If you want to make a wintery pair, this cut works well in a heavy brushed twill or a corduroy.

Winter fabrics: heavy denims, heavy brushed twills, wool suiting, corduroy

Summer fabrics: light/medium denims, cottons, silks, sturdy linen 

Fabric requirements: Our lay-plans are always done on a single layer of fabric to reduce wastage. 

Fabric width 150cm | Sizes 4 - 12 = 230cm | Sizes 14 - 20 = 240cm | Sizes 18 - 28 = 250cm

Fabric width 110cm | Sizes 4 - 12 = 230cm | Sizes 14 - 20 = 260cm | Sizes 18 - 28 = 325cm

Materials list: Self fabric, a small length of bias binding binding (optional), 16-18cm zip, 2 x button (around 1.5cm wide), thread, about 40cm of good quality fusing, about 40cm of cotton pocketing

Pages to print: Instructions - 17, A4/US Letter - 41, A0 - 2

Customer Reviews

Based on 47 reviews
Sharron Rawson

Burda Style Sewing Pattern Pants

Bob woven pants Had to redraft

The quality of the paper was excellent.
I don't know about the smaller sizes, but the larger ones were not like the picture. They ballooned out like crazy from the top and didn't seem drafted for the proportion changes that come with larger size. I could have put on my wig and nose, hopped on a unicycle and had a day under the big top.
Lucky I did a test fit with calico.

I had to do a tiny full derrière adjustment as the back crotch length was just a little shy.

I took huge amounts out of the top and top leg to bring them back to the gentle curve in the picture that seems like it should curve out most in the mid and lower leg area. I also had to redraft the bottom leg and ankle somewhat - it was way too wide.

It ended up being good, but the amount of work required to get them right was prodigious. I could have just drafted them from scratch to be honest, with the amount of work. I'm reluctant to try other larger sizes patterns from here now, not for me!

Workers trousers

I am looking forward to making these trousers, I love the style and shape of them

Orinda Wells

Easy to use

Lesley Stewart
Pattern hard copy

Easy clear instructions to follow
Dresses turned lovely
Prompt delivery


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