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Description

The Philippa pants sewing pattern was created out of a need for simple but sturdy tapered-leg trousers, slim fitting and high-waisted. The side seams are completely straight, just as jeans and pants were typically made in the 1930s and ‘40s. The straight side seams make this pattern perfect for selvedge denim, which is a type of denim woven on narrow looms. The Philippa pants include waist shaping at the front/back, two back darts and feature a classic button fly, back pockets and belt loops. The pant length ends at the ankle but can be lengthened or shortened as desired. This pattern is drafted for woven, non-stretch fabrics.

View A: Cropped-length pants + View B: Cut-off shorts.

Skill level: Intermediate.

Sizing: Sizes 0 - 22

For the Size Chart, Fabric Requirements & Finished Garment Measurements, click here.

Notions:
- Thread
- Denim sewing machine needle
- Fabric marker/ chalk , tailor's awl (optional), and/or carbon paper and tracing wheel
- Hand sewing needed
- Heavy-duty button thread for hand-sewing buttons
- Button fly: four 5/8" buttons for sizes 0-16 and five 5/8" buttons for sizes 18-22
- Waistband button: one 3/4" or 7/8" button

Recommended fabrics:
• 10 – 14 oz cotton canvas or cotton rigid denim (including selvedge denim) with no stretch**. Any other bottom weight woven fabric can be used, including cotton twill, corduroy, denim, drill, etc. Extra fabric needed to match plaids, stripes or one-way designs.
• Interfacing: light to medium weight fusible interfacing

**If you choose a 12 – 14 ounce fabric, be sure to check that your sewing machine can handle the heavier weight first.
**This pattern is designed and drafted for woven, non-stretch fabrics. However, some people have used woven fabrics with a small amount of stretch. Keep in mind that this may result in a different fit, and you may need to size down.

Description

The Philippa pants sewing pattern was created out of a need for simple but sturdy tapered-leg trousers, slim fitting and high-waisted. The side seams are completely straight, just as jeans and pants were typically made in the 1930s and ‘40s. The straight side seams make this pattern perfect for selvedge denim, which is a type of denim woven on narrow looms. The Philippa pants include waist shaping at the front/back, two back darts and feature a classic button fly, back pockets and belt loops. The pant length ends at the ankle but can be lengthened or shortened as desired. This pattern is drafted for woven, non-stretch fabrics.

View A: Cropped-length pants + View B: Cut-off shorts.

Skill level: Intermediate.

Sizing: Sizes 0 - 22

For the Size Chart, Fabric Requirements & Finished Garment Measurements, click here.

Notions:
- Thread
- Denim sewing machine needle
- Fabric marker/ chalk , tailor's awl (optional), and/or carbon paper and tracing wheel
- Hand sewing needed
- Heavy-duty button thread for hand-sewing buttons
- Button fly: four 5/8" buttons for sizes 0-16 and five 5/8" buttons for sizes 18-22
- Waistband button: one 3/4" or 7/8" button

Recommended fabrics:
• 10 – 14 oz cotton canvas or cotton rigid denim (including selvedge denim) with no stretch**. Any other bottom weight woven fabric can be used, including cotton twill, corduroy, denim, drill, etc. Extra fabric needed to match plaids, stripes or one-way designs.
• Interfacing: light to medium weight fusible interfacing

**If you choose a 12 – 14 ounce fabric, be sure to check that your sewing machine can handle the heavier weight first.
**This pattern is designed and drafted for woven, non-stretch fabrics. However, some people have used woven fabrics with a small amount of stretch. Keep in mind that this may result in a different fit, and you may need to size down.

PDF Pattern - Philippa Pants | Anna Allen Clothing

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Note: The print service does not include printing of the instruction pages.

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This pattern is available in the following size ranges:
0 - 22 (2-Page A0 Pattern)
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I’m still learning to love jumpsuits and I haven’t sewn it yet but I appreciated the A0 printing!

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Joy
Amazing service

I recently emailed Maaike to ask if she would recommend this pattern being made from the chunky cotton knit and she responded promptly and gave great advice. It was so convenient to be able to have the pattern printed in A0 size too.