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

Women'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"-40" with the following features:

  • PDF pattern in paper formats Letter, A4, and A0
  • Contoured 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.

 

The Women's Five-Pocket Jeans sewing pattern features all the traditional details you'd expect from a good pair of denim jeans. They are slim-fitting, tapered-leg jeans with a comfortable, contoured waistband that falls right at the belly button. The classic details include a front zipper fly, belt loops, curved front pockets, a coin pocket, and pointed back patch pockets. The classic jeans look finishes with extensive topstitching to accentuate the seams and all the metal hardware, including rivets and a button. Are you wondering where to buy denim and hardware? Check our blog post 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. 

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 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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Michelle H
Great fit first time

Made a wearable toile from a piece of black denim I had in my stash - I love to practice the whole thing and this was a new way to do the zip fly on jeans for me, and I loved it - it’s my best zip yet. Once finished, I kind of wished they were a bit higher waisted but I’m unsure of how and/or where to adjust my pattern pieces to achieve this - the fly front is scaring me a bit with regards pattern alteration, but I’m sure I’ll find some advice soon.
Aside from that I’m super happy with how they came together and the fact that they fit so well first time round with no adjustments. These are now my eighth pair of jeans using four different patterns and styles and only the second pair to fit so well first time which makes it one of my top patterns now - will be even better if I can just figure out how to make them higher waisted.

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Ingrid Boucher
Great easy pattern.

Have never made any clothes from a pattern before, so this was my first go. I have finished the jeans and they fit perfectly. I had to merge 3 sizes together! I found the instructions easy to follow. They are not a perfect finish, but that is down to me and my contrasting top stitching, etc. BUT they fit great and the pattern was easy to follow.
I am so happy I have achieved this and know that I can now go on and make some more clothes, I just need to improve on my actual sewing skills. Making your own clothes is NOT cheaper than buying, but the thrill of wearing something you made that actually fits properly is so worth it.

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E.H.
Best Jeans Pattern

Will use these over and over . For me, they required only one tiny adjustment while all my other patterns required massive fixes.

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D. Malin
Perfect Classic Jeans with comfort

This was my first structured pant pattern and my first time working with denim. I really appreciated the timestamped YouTube video of the Men’s version. I didn’t have to make a ton of adjustments but if quads and calves are your hot button this style is easy to make adjustments to. I used a midweight denim with 20% stretch and good recovery. It adds a wonderful amount of comfort without too much stretch. I’m extremely pleased with the result.

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Lindy Stumpff
Nice Jeans Pattern

This jeans pattern was not difficult to sew. Especially the front pocket design. The outstanding feature of this pattern was how the front fly zipper was installed. I've never seen that method before and it was easy, fast and error proof. The video was very helpful as well.