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Posted on:7/14/14 10:50 AM
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Pattern Rating:Highly Recommend
Review Rating: Very Helpful by 1 people   
See other patterns in this category: Mens - Pants    
Filed Under: Digital Patterns  
Fabric:Cotton Twill  [See other projects in this fabric]
Pattern Description:
Men's casual trousers or shorts pattern, with classic fly front and yoke styling

Pattern Sizing:
Size 30 - 40 waist. I used the 36 and graded down to a 35 at the waist. My brother has lost weight since he took the measurements though, so they're slightly big!

Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing with it?

Yes!

Were the instructions easy to follow?

Generally yes, but there are a few mistakes here and there. If you're an experienced sewer you'll probably be fine, but if you're a beginner you might want to also consult the Jebediah Sew Along on Thread Theory's website. I also found that very helpful for the fly front and the waistband finishing stages.

What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern?
I learned lots of things on this pattern - I did my first fly front, first flat felled yoke, first bound seams etc. ! And they all turned out really well. I love the attention to the detail and the finishing touches - like encouraging you to bind the outside leg seam so that when it's turned up (on the shorts), a little binding peeks out

Fabric Used:
Olive cotton twill ordered from Mood Fabrics online. It had a little bit of stretch (which I wasn't expecting), but turned out fine.

Pattern alterations or any design changes you made:

Would you sew it again? Would you recommend it to others?

I would! I made these for my brother for his birthday and he really likes them. I want to make him a pair of the full length trousers for Christmas now... More photos and constructions details at my blog: Cashmerette

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JOshiro said...
Lovely! Great job, esp considering that it included a number of firsts! And beautiful background, too - are those lavender fields? I bet it smelled heavenly.
7/15/14 5:10 PM
Patti B said...
Great looking pants for your brother. I hadn't seen this pattern so thanks for the heads up.
7/15/14 9:22 AM
ggf2005 said...
these are great...!
7/14/14 6:09 PM
Rhoda K said...
Very nice - great job!
7/14/14 4:32 PM
meadowclark said...
Great make! Thanks for the review.
7/14/14 2:39 PM
jjhallum said...
Great job! I love all of the details!
7/14/14 11:21 AM
bakertoo said...
I just recently came across this company, so it is great to see one of the patterns made up so beautifully. Those pants look so comfortable, and well made. Great job!
7/14/14 11:11 AM
MNBarb said...
Superb!! I bet he'll wear them to shreds. This looks like a pattern that does a good job of walking you through all of the details that make handmade better than ready-to-wear. Thanks for the France photos. I LOVE France.
7/14/14 10:58 AM
 
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