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Cargo Pants 10/2010 #150



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Pre-teen sewing pattern available for download. Available in various sizes.

These cargo pants are so practical and stylish! They have so many great details including big bellow pockets, darts, and drawstrings.

This pattern is from the The Great Outdoors collection

Recommended Materials

Trouser fab­rics.

Amount of Fabrics

Cotton twill,
width: 150 cm (59 in)
length: 1.40 – 1.45 – 1.50 – 1.55 – 1.60 m
(1 5/8 – 1 3/4 – 1 3/4 – 1 3/4 – 1 3/4 yds).


1 zip, 10 – 10 – 10 – 12 – 12 cm long.

6 hammer-on snap fasteners and 1 button

Seam Allowance

This pattern doesn't include seam allowance

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    Aug 2, 2017, 03.30 PMby Ickle

    This is actually the worst pattern I have ever had to work with. I have never worked with a Burda pattern before and never will again. I don’t know if this is the same for all Burda patterns but the instructions are simply a incomprehensible wall of text. The pattern doesn’t give you any seam allowance which means that you have to draw the pieces out again by hand. Then instead of having the complete pattern for the trousers (which was what I was expecting to pay for) I had to draft 8 further pattern pieces myself. This pattern was simply useless and I have not only wasted money on the pattern, but also the fabric that I have wasted attempting to make it. I guess I should say congratulations for having the most frustrating pattern in existence. Don’t buy this. It’s a waste of money.

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    May 22, 2014, 11.29 PMby laurelledesigns

    It was probably just me, but the inserted pockets did not line up. There was no way to fold them back under. It was very frustrating. I either had to make a new pocket lining and pocket based on the actual pattern or just scrap the entire thing. I choose to scrap the entire project. I’m sure there is a way to put the pockets together, but I don’t see how. They aren’t shaped like a normal pocket yoke and I’ve sewing about 10 pairs of them before. I’ve either cut it wrong or burda has made it incorrectly. In any case, the directions don’t help since they are the most confusing directions known to man.

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      Mar 17, 2015, 04.51 AMby kah

      I thought the pocket instructions were very confusing too. So, once I figured them out, I took pictures and posted them on my blog, Sew Cool for the Tween Scene
      You may find it helpful. In the end, my daughter loves these pants.

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