Style Arc

Style Arc Victor Woven Jean

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Buy the Victor Woven Jean sewing pattern from Style Arc. This relaxed designer jean sits comfortably on the waist due to the shaped band. The patch pockets are cleverly drafted to sit neatly into the design lines, and darts from the hemline give this jean a new and unique shape.

Note: Style Arc patterns are suited to a more confident maker. The written instructions are not illustrated at each step.

This sewing pattern is available to buy in the following format:

– PAPER (next working day dispatch on orders and FREE UK delivery over £50)

Suggested fabrics: Denim, drill, cotton or any woven fabric suitable for pants.

Fabric requirements: 148 cm (58") wide fabric: Sizes 4 - 10, 1.65 m (1.8 yd) // Sizes 12 - 18, 2 m (2.2 yd) // Sizes 20 - 30, 2.4 m (2.6 yd).

Sizing: 4 – 16 or 18 – 30 (approx. UK 4/6 – 16/18 or UK 18/20 – 32, based on our standardised size chart). Please also check the designer’s size chart and finished garment measurements.

Notions: Fusible interfacing (90 cm/36" wide), 30 cm (12"); one metal jean zip, 15 cm (6"); one button or snap, 17 mm (26L).

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Kay Purdie
Make a toile - a lot of adjustments required

Not for the faint hearted. The measurements are for finished garment rather than body measurements. I used an existing pair of trousers that fitted me in the appropriate way and matched the measurements to these. I made a toile and it was at least 1 size too big all over.

I had to add an extra 10cm to the trouser length to end up with an ankle length trouser. Adding the extra length at the point marked on the pattern gave too much fullness in the lower leg so I ended up just adding the extra to the bottom. These are very short trousers.

The nature of the pattern meant that you have to pretty much to complete it in order to make adjustments for fit so a slow process.

I found that the rear yoke was way too high and this meant that the waistband sat too high on my back - again another adjustment by 2cm.

The cargo side pocket is integrated and challenging and I'm not altogether sure that there's any real style benefit. I would have been just as happy with a patch pocket which would have been much easier.

All in all a long project for a wearable pair of trousers that I like but don't love


A little disappointed

I found the biggest problem was trying to follow the pattern. The style is good but more relaxed than I expected. I will wear them though so that's good!