Say goodbye to constricting styles and dive into the world of The Saylor High-Waisted Pants! Suspender pants that boast a wide-legged design and subtle detailing that reach perfection with pearlescent buttons, bringing a hint of vintage allure to your outfit. This silhouette not only exudes high fashion but also ensures a comfortable and breathable fit, making it an ideal choice for day-to-night wear. Paired with the Calendula Blouse, the allure extends beyond its captivating design to the luxurious embrace of the charcoal gray cotton twill fabric. What sets cotton twill apart is its unique weave pattern, characterized by diagonal parallel ribs, not only enhancing the fabric’s durability but also adding depth to the overall aesthetic. Whether you’re navigating the demands of a busy day or indulging in an evening soiree, the Saylor High-Waisted Pants promise a luxurious experience.
Purchase Materials Used Below:
- 2 yards of Organic Cotton Twill
- 12ct Italian Iridescent Gray 4 Hole Button with Gunmetal Rim – 28L/18mm
- 1ct 156 Charcoal 24″ Invisible Zipper
- 1ct spool of 910 Dusty Pink 250m Gutermann Sew All Thread
- MDF357 – The Saylor High-Waisted Pants Sewing Pattern (free download below!)
How to sew the Saylor High-Waisted Pants:
1- Pin and sew at center front of both front sides, starting from the top and down toward the crotch.
2- Repeat this step with the two back pieces, but sew with a loose stitch to create a basting stitch. This will allow you to go back later and install the zipper at center back.
3- Prepare the pockets by marking and pressing the seam allowance. Sew 1/4″ along the edges to keep the seam allowance down in place.
4- Make marks on the front of the pants to indicate the seam allowance. Pin and sew along the edges of the pockets to the front of the pants.
5- Sew the two darts at the back of the pants.
6- Some might find it easier to hem the pieces before putting them together. Mark 1″ seam allowance at the bottom of the pant legs and sew.
7- Once the front and back are ready, pin and sew them together along the side seams, right sides together.
8- After both sides seams are closed, sew the inseam starting from one leg across to the other leg.
9- Create the waistband by sewing the two back pieces to the ends of the front piece.
10- Attach the waistband to the top of the pants and sew.
12- Create the shoulder straps by folding them in half right sides together, sew along the edge 1/2″, then turn right sides out.
13- Place the shoulder straps onto the waistband, sew two at the front and two at the back, then tie at the shoulder.
14- Finally, use tailor’s chalk to mark the locations of the buttons. Thread a needle and sew the buttons onto the pants.
To the visionaries who weave dreams into fabrics, we salute you. Your dedication to detail and design is what elevates fashion. Keep sewing, keep dreaming, and let your creations inspire the world!