Patterns for women’s pants

Pattern pieces for women’s pants
Sewing instructions for women’s pants

The pants are lower in front, with a short zip up fly. They are higher in back, with a curved backside. The legs are straight and of medium width, which are easily altered (to be tapered, flared etc) They have a medium width waist band and do not include pockets or belt loops, although instructions on how to make these, as well as other tip are available.


9 Responses to Patterns for women’s pants

  1. Jan Balchin says:

    Hi I am looking for patterns for a disabled two yar old girl can you direct me where to find some or instructions how to adjust ready made clothing to fit her more comfortably thank you

    • susanne says:

      I’m sorry we do not have any information on toddler clothes. Unfortunately it’s also not part of the present project so I can’t say we will have any in the foreseeable future.

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  4. Julie Moretti says:

    I have limited motion in both arms and can’t pull up elastic pants, skirts or panties. Do you have patterns to sew from scratch and/or instructions for making adjustmenet to ready made clothes?
    Any ideas will be greatly appreciated. Both shoulders have been replaced so all this is quite new to me.
    Thanking you in advance

    • susanne says:

      Hi Julie,
      our pattern would unfortunately not solve your problem. You could try a technical aid such as a “dressing stick” maybe together with a simple adaption as sewing in loops to use for hocking the stick to. There’s quite a few handy smaller gadgets out there that’s useful aid in dressing and undressing. I googled – dressing stick – and – dressing aids disability – to find some.

      Sorry to not be of more help. All this is a bit crap when you’re new at it. It gets easier and, dare I say, ordinary in the end. Find the gadget, keep your style!

  5. Luisa says:

    Hi there, Do you have a size guide as to what your sizes are in centimetres?

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