Our Ninni Culottes Bundle comes with the material and notions you need to sew a perfect pair of summer trousers.
- 2 yards of fabric (the same for all sizes)
- 100M of Gutermann matching thread
- 1/4 yard fusible interfacing
- 1.5" waistband elastic
- "THIS IS THE BACK" label
- a fresh needle for your sewing machine
- *printed COPY-SHOP sewing pattern (optional)
*Please, note that we do not include the Ninni Culottes pattern (including the sewing instructions) in the bundle. You must purchase a PDF copy of the pattern from Named Clothing. Our bundle includes the option to get a printed copy of the pattern pieces only.
In order to protect the copyright of the pattern designer you must verify your ownership of the Ninni Culottes pattern by uploading the copy-shop file below. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Everything comes packed in our exclusive EWE project sack.
*This is a beginner level sewing pattern.
The Ninni Culottes, sewn in a crinkly linen are a summer wardrobe staple. Dress them up or down, these bottoms will help keep you cool in the summer heat and humidity. The pants are simple to sew, feature a wide leg and side seam pockets.
Pattern sized to fit:
Waist - 23.5" - 46.5"
Hip - 33" - 56"
You can see the full size chart here.
Note on sizing: These are very roomy pants, so some may want to size down. The hip measurement is the most important one for sizing. You can always add more room in the tummy by adding length to the front rise.
Shop owner Deren is wearing the Ninni Culottes sewn in our AthenaLinen in Camel Stripe(no longer available). She paired her culottes with a cute boxy Laurence Top sewn in Cairo Linen. We are happy to print the Laurence Top pattern for you.
Deren's sizing information:
Deren is 5' 1" tall and is wearing the size 8 which have been shortened by 3". Deren's hip measurement falls between the size 6 and 8 but her waist measurement is larger than the size 8. Deren's Laurence Top is a size 8 to fit her 36" bust.
Note on sewing with crinkly linen.
This linen will seize up a lot when washed and dried, so the crinkles are very tight. We recommend ironing lightly before cutting your pattern pieces, especially along the edges. The garment will crinkle up a bunch when washed but the crinkles relax a good bit with wear.