Your doll will look fabulous in this fun and trendy pant design! They feature three front pleats, working front and back pockets, and optional belt loops. The PDF pattern includes two options for front pockets, three hemming options and a simplified no pocket option.
Recommended Fabrics: light or medium weight stretch or regular denim, stretch satin cotton, light or medium weight stretch or regular twill, or regular fine corduroy
Skill Level: Confident beginner
What You Get: One 29 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!
The pattern is somewhat detailed but it went together really well. I had some recycled red wool so used that for my first attempt. It was a treat working with wool again after a lot of cotton! The rear welt pockets are surprisingly easy and add a nice detail, IMO. I decided not to fuss with belt loops as there aren't many tops in my repertoire that can be tucked in nicely.
easy to follow instructions, good fit on the doll. I made the curved front pockets, pleats and cuffed version. adorable, loved them. Next I will try the tiny little belt loops version. great pattern!
I made this great-fitting pattern in a variety of fabrics. Easy-to-follow directions make these pants fun to make. Love all the options, especially the back welt pockets, which, are really simple to construct with her clear directions. (If you feel intimidated, just make a sample out of scraps first, and you will be hooked!)
I used this pattern to make black dress pants for a boy doll and they were perfect. I like all the options and variations so that I could choose exactly the look I needed. I did the cuff version with working front pockets. I thought the pleats might be tricky but the directions in the pattern were very clear and easy to follow so the pleats were not difficult to make at all.
Fun to make and cute on. Love the back pockets, but it you are a beginner, just leave them off.