Men’s Jutland Pants

Thread Theory



Buy the Men’s Jutland Pants sewing pattern from Thread Theory. These are classic, relaxed fit, straight legged trousers designed to be ready for anything! They are roomy enough to allow for a full range of movement but still offer a flattering fit with back darts to shape the seat. This pattern is the perfect base to create everything from hard-wearing denim jeans to rugged water-resistant hiking pants.

Create pair after purpose-built pair with single welt or patch pockets, curved front pockets, optional cargo pockets, and useful knee and hem reinforcements. You can even add an optional lining to protect the skin from uncomfortable waterproofed materials or to add a warm layer of flannel to winter work pants.

Fabric suggestions: Trouser weight wovens, such as twill, corduroy, wool blends, denim and gabardine. If making pants for outdoor sports such as hiking, choose water-resistant cottons or synthetic blends.

Fabric requirements:

Variation 1: 115 cm/45″ wide fabric, 2.8 m/3.0 yards // 150 cm/60″ wide fabric, 2.5 m/2.7 yards.

Variation 2: 115 cm/45″ wide fabric, 3.2 m/3.5 yards // 150 cm/60″ wide fabric, 2.6 m/2.8 yards.

Sizing: Waist 30″ – 45″. Please check the size chart and finished garment measurements.

Notions: Pocket lining, such as broadcloth, quilting cotton or other cotton blend; medium weight fusible interfacing; 1/2″ to 1″ (1.3 cm to 2.5 cm) diameter button; 6″ (15 cm) trouser zipper (ideally metal). Variation 2 only: 4″ (10 cm) long strip of Velcro for cargo pocket flap closure.

This sewing pattern is available in PAPER and PDF formats. The PDF pattern will be available immediately for download after purchase.

PDF pattern includes: A detailed instruction booklet containing step-by-step instructions and diagrams, a print-at-home PDF pattern on 39 pages (variation 1) or 45 pages (variation 2) (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.

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Additional information


Heavyweight Cotton / Twill / Gabardine

Sewing level


Make time

One to two days

Pattern format


PDF Printing

39 Pages, 45 Pages

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