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The Daniel Trousers Pattern

Added Oct 28, 2010

by brownlow3

Dalhart, Texas, ...






I made this pattern because I could not find pants for my sons to wear to formal occasions that did not either have a skull on them or a distressed look.

Pants are slim cut and intended to have elastic in back. The button and flap detail in the front is supposed to make it look as if it is from the past (little boys 1890-1910’s).

Freely you have received, freely give. – Matthew 10:8b

Material Notes

corduroys, denims, wools




Fall, Winter
Garment Type
Classic, Romantic, Victorian, Vintage
Corduroy, Denim, Wool

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    Nov 16, 2010, 01.07 PMby dnmcbride

    Nice job on the pants. And a cute little model too :) I think I will make these for my 5 year old son, thanks for sharing. God bless.

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    Oct 28, 2010, 08.23 PMby runningwithscissors1

    Definately agree of the lack of boy patterns! Thank you for the pattern. I had to search high and low for a good khaki pattern for my son this year for school pants. You can find tons of stuff for little girls, but next to nothing for little boys. Thanks so much!

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      Oct 30, 2010, 03.48 PMby brownlow3

      Your welcome. The things that I do like for little boys are usually botique clothing and I can not bring my self to paying high prices for things that I could easly put together for 1/10 the price.

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      Oct 31, 2010, 07.29 PMby runningwithscissors1

      So true! That’s part of why I took up sewing again.

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    Oct 28, 2010, 02.58 PMby nehmah

    Dear Brownlow3, From the bottom of my heart, I thank you for this pattern. I sew garments for children in need. Others distribute them. (We all stay anonymous. That way, no one person carries the whole load. Nor do we have to deal with greedy folk insisting that they are “entitled” to more than others.) However, it is hard to find patterns, especially free ones for young boys. Not only did you draft it, you gave me sizes to work with. Cordially, Nehmah

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      Oct 28, 2010, 03.24 PMby brownlow3

      Dear Nehmah, Thank You. I know from experiance that not many are willing to or want to give there “Boy Patterns” away or even charge a small price. That is the very reason I am doing this. I am a mom of all boys and it seems that boys get the short end of the stick all to often when it comes to patterns and clothing. So, I found the need and I am filling it. I also thank you for reading my blog and the kind comments you have been leaving, it means tons to me to know that what I do is appriciated. Charlotte

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