Men's Five Pocket Jeans #1 - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Five Pocket Jeans #1 - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Five Pocket Jeans #1 - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Five Pocket Jeans #1 - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Five Pocket Jeans #1 - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Five Pocket Jeans #1 - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Five Pocket Jeans #1 - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Five Pocket Jeans #1 - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Five Pocket Jeans #1 - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Five Pocket Jeans #1 - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Five Pocket Jeans #1 - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Five Pocket Jeans #1 - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Five Pocket Jeans #1 - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Five Pocket Jeans #1 - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Five Pocket Jeans #1 - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Five Pocket Jeans #1 - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Five Pocket Jeans #1 - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Five Pocket Jeans #1 sewing pattern

Men's Five Pocket Jeans #1 sewing pattern

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Jeans sewing pattern that includes all the traditional details you'd expect from a good pair of jeans in sizes 26"-42" with the following features:

  • PDF pattern in paper formats Letter, A4, and A0
  • Straight waistband
  • Curved front pockets
  • One coin pocket
  • Back pockets
  • Back yoke
  • Front fly with zipper
  • Straight waistband with belt loops
  • Straight leg
Flip through the images to find fabric requirements and measurements.

Make a pair of classic jeans with the Men's Five-Pocket Jeans PDF sewing pattern.  The pattern features a classic button fly, belt loops, and five different pockets: curved front pockets, pointed back patch pockets, and a coin pocket. Complete the classic denim jeans look with heavy topstitching to accentuate the seams and all the standard jeans hardware, including a metal button and rivets. Are you wondering where to buy denim and hardware? Read the blog with links to fabric shops around the world.  

Skill level 3/4

Sewing jeans is pretty straightforward, and with our step-by-step video tutorial on YouTube, you can complete the project in style. 

Jeans sewing pattern

What you need to make jeans

Make your jeans with 10-13 oz woven non-stretch denim.

  • Denim
  • Cotton lining
  • Sewing thread
  • Heavy topstitch thread
  • Rivets
  • Zipper
  • Jeans button
      The pattern includes 
      • Layers
      • Trimless pages
      • Fully illustrated instructions
      • Metric and imperial measurements
      • A4, and letter paper format
      • A0 printshop format
      • Seam allowances
      • Youtube Video Sew-along
      Printing information

      Measure the size of the square on the first pattern page and check that your printer's scaling is correct ("x "/ 5 cm x 5 cm). Use either A4 or Letter and print the document via Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download it here for free. 

      PDF patterns for instant download are easy to use and have some advantages compared to conventional patterns:

      • Buy and download a pattern and be ready to sew in just 30 minutes
      • Print only the sizes you need
      • No overlapping pattern pieces

      All you need is a printer and Adobe Reader installed on your desktop computer. 

      Install Adobe Acrobat reader on your computer, get it here for FREE!

      How to Unzip the PDF patterns after you download.

      How to print PDF patterns in Adobe Reader.

      How to tape the pages of the sewing pattern together

      Find more help via Facebook Wardrobe By Me Pattern Support or contact us directly.

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      Juan Gomez de Pedro
      Nice pattern

      Very well thought to be easy to follow

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      Karen Tait
      Well-engineered, but it is a learning process!

      It has been 30+ years since I did serious sewing, so the new format was a steep learning curve for me. We had to do a lot of measurements to decide on an appropriate size. An important lesson is to check printer settings, which default to "fit to page," but need to be changed to "actual size." The huge array of lines and marks on the pattern was mind-boggling at first. I made a "test" pair of pants with inexpensive fabric, which I recommend. The on-line video was very helpful (a bit too fast) for the fly/zipper. After getting familiar with the pattern format, the second pair of jeans went more smoothly. It is very precise. I'm glad I found this pattern. It was initially very challenging, but ultimately the best option I've found in the current sewing environment.

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      Customer
      Perfect!

      Perfect instructions, clear and with illustrations. The fit is great and my husband loves them. So do I.

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      Laura B.
      Jeans that fit are a Pleasure!

      My husband finally asked me (conceded) to make him some jeans style pants. I found this pattern and with quick grading between sizes I was able to make him 2 (so far) pair of cotton twill pants that finally fit his very slender backside without being tight at his waist. He is thrilled and wants more now! This is was a very well drafted pattern with excellent instructions and video to follow. I added french seams to enclose pocket bags and for the next pair I will likely try true flat felled seams at the rise, yoke and inseam instead of overlocking and top-stitching for a flat felled look. What simple and fantastic front fly closure this has, much easier than I have tried in the past... and my husband loves the depth of the fly enclosure, much better than ready-to-wear purchases. Now I want to try the women's for myself!

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      Emily P
      Customize a Perfect Fit

      I get so frustrated watching my partner's r.t.w. jeans sliding off all the time; finally taking things into my own hands! With typical WBM still this pattern lets you confidently measure and blend to get the right fit, and I loved personalizing the embroidery on his pockets :) I found the fly a bit tricky (it was my first real fly effort ever) but I made it through with the WBM youtube video and only having to unpick once (should have watched the video first). Enjoy!!