Trouser Sewing Patterns · 14 Jun 2019

Free-Range Slacks from Sew House Seven

This is definitely a trouser pattern that we will be making – it’s the perfect style for holidays and also looks so comfortable too!

Slacks are defined as trousers for casual wear. While we don’t hear that term much these days, we think it is time to embrace it again. The Free Range Slacks sewing pattern is as easy to wear as its name. You will feel free to roam in the comfort of a stylish, elastic high waist when you wear these trousers. Although they were designed with linen in mind, they are so comfortable that you’ll want to make them in a lots of different fabrics and wear them all year long in any season.     

There are two options – a tapered leg version and a straight, and cropped version. Both have an elastic high waist, side panels, front slash pockets that are topstiched in place from behind, and an optional back patch pockets. The tapered leg style looks great rolled up so the finished garment measurements show rolled and unrolled measurements and the instructions include options for French and flat-fell leg seams. This is an advanced beginner pattern and comes in sizes 00-20.

Get your pdf copy of the Free-Range Slacks for $14 from Sew House Seven by clicking here