Thai Fishermen's Pants

Added May 14, 2009

By burdastyle

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Description

These easy and comfortable lounge pants are incredibly versatile and the perfect beginner project. It only consists of a few pattern pieces and is quickly sewn together. Makes great sleeping pants as well! Download the pattern and follow the instructions to make the fishermen’s pants and you will be good to go in a couple of hours.

Material Notes

2 yards of lightweight woven cotton fabric

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Pants
Style
Casual
Material
Cotton, Linen

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    Jun 22, 2013, 01.38 AMby radiate18

    Purchased and printed this pattern, but it is not seeming to go together correctly. When I line up the paired notches, lines of the pattern don’t match up. Any thoughts?

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    Mar 4, 2012, 03.59 AMby robinforsythe

    Did anyone else have a problem with the instructions? At step 4, “you will end up with two opposite pieces”. Yes I did, but in order to sew them together at the next step, one would be right side out and one right side in. Unless there are instructions to cut the pieces out differently…this pattern doesn’t go together correctly. Am I missisng something?

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    Feb 17, 2012, 09.31 PMby Rosemarysclothes

    I love my fisherman pant i got in Thailand, but they are too short. i was thinking about trying to deconstruct them and use them as a pattern for some longer ones.

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      Feb 22, 2012, 12.12 AMby debrarae

      You can also get some matching fabric, and make them longer.

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      Feb 22, 2012, 06.50 PMby Rosemarysclothes

      I could but i wear them quite often, and they are starting to show my abuse of them. SO a new pair is where it is at.

      Sorry i seem to have marked your comment as inappropriate by accident.

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    Jul 10, 2010, 12.31 AMby queenorivers

    Burda members should know that denim isn’t a conventional fabric for thai fisherman pants and if they are put off by the pic – not that it’s bad, just that it’s different to conventional type pants, they should google the style and find other styles – also look at member variations. I think the ones in the pic are cool but theyre not quite as good as the batiks and cottons you can see in other versions.

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    Mar 4, 2010, 02.34 PMby littlewren

    am sitting at my computer wearing a pair of thai fisherman pants I got in thailand on a vacation there over this spring festival. they all have a bit of crotch issues… but if you can get beyond that, they are great comfortable pants that can serve as anything from pj bottoms, market pants, hiking pants, beach pants, or replace those sweat pants you’ve been wearing too many days in a row. They also can be worn higher to double as cute gathered high waist pants… I am a big fan of fisherman pants!

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    Feb 26, 2010, 09.05 AMby seazoo

    I love this style!!!This denim and pattern go together well!!!Very cool job! :))

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    Sep 24, 2009, 03.56 PMby helenchen66

    hi Burdastyle, I bought this pattern before you changed your website.but after the ne website ,some pattern I bought was not there anymore,which including this one. Any one could help me about this?

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      Feb 17, 2012, 10.26 PMby mynameisdavid

      Hi Helen,

      Please e-mail us at Answers[at]BurdaStyle[dot]com, and we will be happy to restore your patterns for you.

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