Men’s Hudson Pants PDF

True Bias

£8.00

Buy the men’s Hudson pants sewing pattern from True Bias, are the ultimate jersey trousers from men. The urban fit of these pants leaves a bit of extra room around the hips, has a slightly dropped crotch, and then tapers into a skinnier leg. It has an elastic waist with a drawstring, front pockets, and a cuff at the ankle.

What We Think: These are a great pattern and perfect as a present for the man in your life.. if you’re a selfless maker that is!

Suggested Fabrics: Medium to heavy weight knits such as french terry, ponte, and sweatshirt knit with a suggested stretch of 40% – 75%.

Size: Waist 28-42 inches

Materials & supplies:

View A:  145cm: 0.9-1.3 M

View B: 145cm: 0.7 M

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Additional information

Fabric

Jersey / Knits / Scuba

Sewing level

Confident Beginner

Make time

All day

Pattern format

PDF

PDF Printing

25 pages

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    Men’s Hudson pants

    buttonnpip

    The Hudson Pants are a slim fitting jogger with a dropped crotch and tapered ankles. As soon as I showed my husband this pattern he said yes!
    The pattern sizing is spot on for his measurements however, you might need to add a little length if you are taller than average.
    The instructions were clear and concise accompanied with simple sketched drawings. The pocket detail is easy to attach and gives the pattern a professional look. I was pleased that for the ankle cuff I didn’t need to purchase any tubular rib cuffing and just used a piece of the jersey. When top stitching the waistband don’t be tempted to over look pinning the gathers into place. I did and it didn’t turn out even and so I have to unpick and redo.
    A pattern success and I’ve already been asked to make more!

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    • dkcody

      Nike beware! Great job!

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