Added Oct 29, 2010
by Angela Kane
London, United K...
Follow this video as I make up my Wide Legged, Front Pleated Trouser - Pattern No 931. The method will apply to most patterns for trousers.
If the wide leg style is too bold, try it in a fabric with some drape such as wool crepe.
To make the pattern easy for beginners, rather than a fly front, I have opted for a zip in the back seam, 50's slacks style which is also more flattering.
You may like to purchase this pattern in sizes 6-22 from my website "angelakane.com":http://angelakane.com/
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You will need 2-3 metres of fabric depending on pattern size and fabric width -
0.3 metre of lining -
An invisible zip -
Machine thread -
Topstitching thread -
Jeans style press stud
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