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Low Rise Pants Pattern?
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Date: 6/2/10 12:27 PM

Does anyone know where I can find a low rise pants pattern?

I mean LOW rise....not 1" below the belly button, but down close to the hipbones. Is there a pattern floating around?

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Date: 6/2/10 1:17 PM

I'm interested in the low rise jean patterns by J Stern Designs, particularly pattern 0037.

This review by cdmilliner is very helpful, I think.

The pattern does not call for stretch denim, which I think, would work better for really low rise jeans or pants, just my opinion. You might need to lower the rise more if you like it even lower. Jennifer has a blog, and it seems that she's pretty good in answering her readers' questions.

I'm really tempted to buy the 0037 pattern. The pattern sale is still on!


ETA: Darn it. The pattern sale is over. :(



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Date: 6/2/10 1:18 PM

I'd suggest going through the Burda catalogue, especially their 'young' collection.

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Date: 6/2/10 1:27 PM

How about Vouge 1051, Vogue 8202, Vogue 7481, orVogue 2812? The last three are now OOP, but you might find them at a reasonable price on ebay.

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Date: 6/4/10 9:45 AM

Vogue 2907 could be very low if you narrowed the waistband. This is my favorite pants pattern.

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Date: 6/4/10 9:58 AM

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Vogue 8202

This one was RIDICULOUSLY low when I muslined it a few years ago (also enormous). You'd have definitely seen the crack in the back without any bending over! There's quite a few reviews of it where people have done a bunch of alterations and got nice fitting jeans out in the end, but I know I'm never going to bother sewing this again when Burda & Knip jeans fit me without any faffing around...

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Date: 7/16/10 6:13 PM

Vogue 2812 is definitely NOT low rise. It looks that way, but it is SOOO not. I was very disappointed when I made them.

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Date: 1/21/12 5:34 AM

I just got one making a muslin for mcall 5392 and I think they are a nice fitted low rise jean.
Mccall 5392


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Date: 1/22/12 11:04 PM

I muslined Burda 7295 and it is low rise.


Burda 7295

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Date: 1/25/12 2:35 PM

I'm usually a Burda girl but had good results with Vogue 8774. It dips down in the front so you end up with a little bit more coverage in the back. On me the waistband hugged right around the hipbone area.

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