Men’s Fulford Jeans
£9.00 – £19.00
Buy the Men’s Fulford Jeans sewing pattern from Thread Theory. The Fulford Jeans sewing pattern is a truly classic straight leg jean with a regular fit in the thigh. They feature a conservatively high rise reminiscent of vintage work jeans and sit just below the waist. Sew these jeans in a rugged denim and expect to wear this hard-wearing pair for years to come.
This pattern features all of the traditional details required when sewing denim – add lots of strengthening topstitching, learn to sew flat fell inseams, construct a zipper fly, and apply rivets to high stress areas. As an added bonus, the waistband is drafted in two pieces with a centre back seam hidden under the belt loop. This construction style allows for very easy fit modifications, even once the jeans are fully constructed. This is a perfect solution for the home sewist who might like to sew these as a surprise gift or for the wearer with a fluctuating waistline.
This sewing pattern is available to buy in the following formats:
– PAPER (next working day dispatch on orders and FREE UK delivery over £50)
– PDF (available to download immediately after purchase). What is a PDF?
Suggested fabrics: Denim, twill, corduroy.
Fabric requirements: 115 cm (45″) wide fabric: Sizes 26 – 38, 2.6 m (2.9 yd) // 150 cm (60″) wide fabric: Sizes 26 – 38, 1.8 m (2 yd) / Sizes 40 – 50, 2.7 m (3 yd).
Sizing: Waist 26″ – 50″. Please check the size chart and finished garment measurements.
Notions: 1/2″ – 1″ (1.3 cm – 2.5 cm) in diameter metal shank jeans button; 6 pocket rivets; regular polyester thread; topstitching thread in contrast colour; optional 3″ x 2 1/2″ (7.6 cm x 6.4 cm) scrap of leather or washable paper for decorative back label; a metal tooth zipper sized as follows: sizes 26 – 38 = 7″ (20 cm), sizes 40 – 50 = 8″ (23 cm).
PDF pattern includes: A detailed instruction booklet containing step-by-step instructions and diagrams; a print-at-home PDF pattern on 28 pages (sizes 26-38) or 34 pages (sizes 40-50) (suitable for both letter and A4 size paper); a print shop PDF pattern suitable for 36″ wide roll feed printers; a print shop PDF pattern suitable for A0 paper; and pocket topstitching templates on 6 print-at-home pages.
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Denim / Corduroy, Heavyweight Cotton / Twill / Gabardine
One to two days
28 Pages, 34 pages