Fremantle Pants - Digital Sewing Pattern
The Fremantle Pants are a unisex design, available in three different lengths - View A: cropped, View B: 7/8, View C: Full length.
These pants are a comfortable, relaxed fit that taper in slightly at the hem. They feature side and back pockets, an elasticated waistband with a drawstring and darts on the back for subtle shaping.
Great for advanced beginners and above.
Image 1: Model wears View C
Image 2: Model wears View B
Image 3, 4, 6: Model wears View A
Sizes available: A to H (see size chart in images)
Finished Garment Measurements:
See chart in images.
Please note, these pants are designed to sit midway between the waist and hip.
If your hip measurement falls in a larger size group than your high hip/waistband measurement, it is recommended to cut the larger size as the pants are pull on (no zip or button openings). You can cut the elastic to the smaller size to compensate.
Main fabric- Medium to heavy weight linen, linen blends, tencel, medium weight cottons and similar woven fabrics
Lining – Lightweight woven fabric
Fabric Needed (based on largest size)
For 120cm wide fabric - 190cm needed for View A , 200cm needed for View B , 220cm needed for View C
For 140cm wide fabric - 150cm needed for View A, 155cm needed for View B, 160cm needed for View C
For 120cm + wide fabric - 20cm needed for all views.
If you’re using a patterned fabric with a repeat that you’d like to match, you may need more fabric than what is suggested above. Use your discretion.
Smaller sizes may need less fabric
Ensure your fabric is washed and pre-shrunk before cutting.
Thread, 2 sets of 5.5mm eyelets (optional- if not using buttonhole opening on waistband), 130cm to 170cm cord for drawstring (optional – can make own drawstring from fabric if preferred).
5cm width knitted or woven elastic: A – 70cm, B- 75cm, C – 80cm, D – 85cm, E – 90cm, F – 95cm, G – 100cm, H – 105cm
Lightweight interfacing, two small patches at 1 inch squared each
This digital pattern comes with an illustrated set of instructions, a printing and assembling guide, size chart and finished measurement guide and two options for printing – a PDF file for printing at home, designed to fit both A4 and Letter sized paper. And a large format A0 and A1 PDF file to take to the copy shop if you’d prefer not to assemble multiple sheets.