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Jutland Pants Pattern
Classic, relaxed-fit, straight legged trousers designed to be ready for anything! These pants are roomy enough to allow for a full range of movement but still offer a flattering fit with back darts to shape the seat. This pattern is the perfect base to create everything from hard-wearing denim jeans to rugged water-resistant hiking pants.
Create pair after purpose-built pair with single welt or patch pockets, curved front pockets, optional cargo pockets, and useful knee and hem reinforcements. You can even add an optional lining to protect the skin from uncomfortable waterproofed materials or to add a warm layer of flannel to winter work pants.
This pattern, as part of the Alpine Outdoors Collection, is a hard-wearing design with a classic fit. Create a hand-made wardrobe of these designs so as to always be comfortably and stylishly ready for the next adventure!
The Jutland Pants sewing pattern is available as a paper sewing pattern (sent to you by mail) or as an instant printable PDF download (sent to your e-mail). This listing is for the tissue version and you can view the PDF version here.
Paper Sewing Pattern Includes:
- A tissue copy of the pattern in sizes 30 to 45
- A 28 page staple bound illustrated instruction booklet (lays flat while sewing!)
- An embroidered Thread Theory garment tag
- A chip board pattern folder with string closure - simple to use and sturdy enough to store your patterns for years to come
Main Fabric (Ver. A): Trouser weight wovens (light - medium weight) such as twill, corduroy, wool blends, denim, and gaberdine
Main Fabric (Ver. B): Trouser weight wovens similar to version 1 or a material suited to the intended purpose of the pants. For example, if creating hiking or mountain biking pants choose water-resistant cottons or synthetic blends designed for active-wear
Pocket Lining: Broadcloth, quilting cotton, or other strong, tightly woven cottons or cotton blends
Optional Lining (for both versions): Choose a lightweight material suitable to the intended purpose of the pants. For example, if you are sewing workpants for winter construction sites, choose a cozy flannel material. If you are sewing waterproof hiking pants, choose a lightweight mesh or cotton that will be comfortable against the skin and wick away sweat.
Interfacing (for waistband, fly facing, and welt pockets): Medium weight fusible interfacing
- 1/2" to 1" button
- 4" long strip of velcro for the cargo pocket flap closure (Ver. B only)
- 6" zipper, preferably metal
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