Named garments are a combination of Scandinavian clean-lined simplicity and interesting details. Another 2:1 pattern for value for money. I think these trousers will become a must have staple of my spring summer wardrobe. Casual and comfy this pattern is super versatile and works equally well in woven, knit or even sweatshirt fabric for a more sporty look!
The pattern includes two variations: Casual peg trousers and relaxed shorts
Both styles have an elastic waist with a drawstring closure
Loose and relaxed fit, normal rise
Four pleats at front waist
Curved front pockets – the pocket opening is partly hidden under the pleat
Patch pockets at the back
Narrow trouser legs, and an uneven dolphin hem on the shorts
Choose a light to medium weight woven or knit fabric. For example crepe, satin or other trouser fabric with drape. For a more sporty look, pick sweatshirt jersey or a similar knit.
Materials & Supplies: (See chart for further details)
Fabric for trousers: 1.3m of 150cm – 2.45 m of 115cm wide
Fabric for shorts: 90cm of 150cm – 150 cm of 115cm wide d
Pocket bag fabric: 40 cm
Fusible interfacing for trousers (waistband): 25 cm
Fusible interfacing for shorts (waistband & facings): 50 cm
3 cm wide elastic: your high hip measurement
Drawstring cord: approx. 200 cm Note that for patterned or napped fabrics the fabric requirement may be higher.