Your little friend will be ready for whatever warm weather fun comes her way with this versatile PDF capri pants pattern. At full length, these pants hit at mid-calf, but are designed to be rolled up to whatever length you prefer, revealing the contrasting lining underneath.
Other features include optional front and back patch pockets, which may be sewn from matching or contrasting fabric for a variety of looks. The pockets are lined, adding additional detail, as is the waistband casing. An elasticized waist allows for easy pull-on dressing, while front eyelets and a mock tied drawstring add a touch of realism to the look.
Designed as part of the Summer Camp Collection by Matilda’s Closet, these pants complement the Mock Button-Front Shirt and Bucket Hat. Stitch up the entire outfit, then add the coordinating Convertible Bunk Bed pattern by AptOne8, and your little friend will be all set for summer camp!
Recommended Fabrics: cotton, lightweight denim
-1/4 yard woven fabric, such as cotton or lightweight denim
-1/8 yard contrasting lining fabric, such as light to mid-weight cotton or seersucker
-Two 3/16-inch eyelets with backings (washers)
-1 foot of lightweight 1/8-inch wide cording or ribbon
-10 1/2 inches of 1/4-inch wide elastic
Skill Level: Intermediate
What You Get: One 27 page sewing pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF sewing pattern provides full color step-by-step illustrated instructions and full size pattern pieces. A PDF reader is required to view and print the files (example: Adobe Reader or Preview for MAC). The download link is received immediately after the transaction is complete. Print copies are NOT available.Download, Print, Sew!
Once I got the right pocket on the right leg it was a breeze to make-up. Looked so good I made another pair in a different colour.
My granddaughter requested shorts for summer, so I found this pattern and thought it would be nice to have shorts and capris. This pattern was fun and easy to follow. Both styles made up cute and I loved the tie belt that set them off.
Easy pattern and great design. I adapted the pattern to skip the string. I’ve made these twice with great success.
I like these pants a lot. This pattern wasn't the easiest one I have seen, but it was very workable for me in the end. I am not a new sewer and thus, I was able to figure things out, like the lining of the legs. My only complaint is that the seam finish on the cuff isn't pretty. I will try these again and try to finish it to look more smooth on the seam. The pockets make the entire outfit. They are so adorable and functional too (if you're a doll.) I didn't have the materials for the string in front and so, I finished the waist with just elastic. I would like if the pattern offered instructions for how to finish it without the tie, but I was able to figure it out.
I made this pattern in a lightweight denim with red, white, and blue tiny plaid linings. The topstitching came out well. I then made a matching plaid top that ties at the waist to go with it. A really cute outfit!