Sewing instructions for women’s pants:
- description of the content in the sewing instructions,
- cutting out the pattern,
- sewing pants without zip (in stretch),
- sewing pants with simple fly,
- sewing pants with more complicated fly (jeans style) ,
- sewing pockets.
Description of the content in the sewing instructions
This is the sewing instructions for the women’s pants. These are of medium difficulty to sew (due to the fact the pattern requires a zip to be inserted, and this can be tricky for people with little sewing skills).
The pants are lower in front. You can choose between two different types of flies: one simple and one more complicated design. The pants 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.
Instructions on how to make pockets are also available.
Sewing instructions for pants with a more complicated longer zip is available under the men’s pants sections.
The pattern to the women’s pants includes front and back pieces.
If you have chosen to make pants with a complicated fly you are also going to use the patter pieces for extra parts 1 and 2.
There is also a pattern piece for the waistband.
pant pattern sketch want
I’m sorry but you should have the sketch necessary. I’m unable to direct you further as I don’t understand which sketch you are missing.
my waist is 35 and length is 43 could u plz guide me with well defined graph of ladies pent ( with and without zip) mentioning measurements. I am waiting for your positive response.
Please read the the information provided under the heading “Important to read before …”
In he second link we provide measurement sheets.
Very educative,how do I now fix the pocket
How about reading the instruction on how to adapt pattern for pockets and sewing them
Am making a pair of pull-on dress pants. The front crotch area has too much material. How do I fix without decreasing the hip area? The back fits perfectly.
Thank you so much for these patterns! I have a daughter in a wheelchair, and these patterns are such a gift!!!
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Thank you. Daughters in wheelchairs are a gift in themselves. I would say that though, being one myself 🙂
what an educative instructions. Even now I can practice some pattern without any prior experience. Thanks for your ideas.
I am looking for a pattern for an open back flapped women’s pants . trying to help someone who is paraplegic and has to self catheterize. Can you please help?
Is there a pattern for the pockets?