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Linen Trousers (Plus Size) 02/2010 #135C

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Difficulty
Intermediate
Size
44, 46, 48, 50, 52 See Sizing Chart
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Description

Women’s plus size trousers sewing pattern available for download. Available in various sizes and is produced by BurdaStyle Magazine.

These linen trousers are the perfect pants to wear in the summer months when you want to cover up and look put together. They feature bootcut legs and a thin waistband.

This pattern is from the Business Trip collection.

Recommended Materials

Linen, lightweight trouser material.

Amount of Fabrics

Crosswise stretch cotton gabardine,
width: 130 cm (51 in)
length: 2.30 – 2.50 – 2.50 – 2.50 – 2.50 m (2 5/8 –
2 3/4 – 2 3/4 – 2 3/4 – 2 3/4 yds), cut lengthwise.

Interfacing.

1 invisible zip, 22 cm (9 ins) long, and a special presser foot.

Seam Allowance

This pattern doesn't include seam allowance

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    Jul 16, 2016, 04.40 AMby FloandO

    I would also like to know if a woven non-stretch such as linen (as the title suggests) can be used, or if indeed a sturdier fabric with stretch such as stretch gabadine (as the amount of fabric section suggests) is needed. Please clarify.

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    Jul 3, 2015, 06.05 AMby Janet-a

    The pattern is supposed to be for linen trousers but the fabric recommendation is Crosswise stretch cotton gabardine,

    Can these pants be made from non stretch all linen fabric?

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