Our Pomona Sewing Bundle comes with everything you need to sew a comfy pair of pants.
- enough fabric to sew your size pants (see chart below)
- 100M of Gutermann matching thread
- 2" elastic (see chart below)
- a fresh needle for your sewing machine
- printed COPY-SHOP sewing pattern
Please, note that the Pomona Pants is a separate purchase from Anna Allen Clothing. Our bundle includes a printed Copy Shop file of the pattern pieces. The pattern includes sizes 00-22.
||58" wide fabric
|00 - 4
|6 - 12
|14 - 22
All the details:
The Pomona Pants are super easy to sew and comfortable to wear everyday. This is definitely a beginner pant pattern. Shop owner Deren is wearing the wide leg version sewn in our Brushed Bull Denim.
The pattern, from Anna Allen Patterns, features no side seam so you cut the front and back leg in one piece. The waistband is constructed by simply folding the top of the pant down to form a casing (no bulky seams). There is a patch pocket pattern piece included but you can add other pocket shapes, or not, depending upon your preference. Deren added cargo patch pockets to the front of her pants (she used the pattern piece from her Lander pants pattern to cut the shape and then sewed them on as patch pockets) and she used the included square pocket piece to add two pockets on the backside.
We can't say enough about how much we love the Brushed Bull Denim these pants are sewn in. It is a great medium weight fabric with a subtle twill and soft brushed surface. The fabric is pre-shrunk and it is super easy to sew with.
Deren is wearing a wide leg, size 8 pant, in the color 'Fiber'. She shortened the leg length by 3.5" for her height of 5'1". Deren's waist measurement put her between a size 10 and 12 but her hip measurement is a bit smaller than the size 8. Given the full elastic waist she cut a straight size 8 and added a few inches to her elastic length for a comfortable fit.
Deren is also wearing the Ramona Pullover in the color Honey. Knit in an aran weight yarn called Osprey from Quince & Co. She is also seen in the Ursa sweater knit in bulky weight Tod.