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You will need: cotton fabric of denim type or corduroy; fusing, zipper; 7 buttons.

Attention! Fabric consumption varies depending on the size of garment. First of all, print out paper patterns and lay them out at the width of fabric/ knit you plan to use, to see how much fabric you will need.

When sewing the garment, pay attention to notches- they must coincide.

Cutting :


1. Back patch pocket - 2 details
2. Front patch pocket - 2 details
3. Belt loop - 1 detail
4. Patch pocket - 2 details
5. Front part - 2 details
6. Button catch - 1 detail
7. Back part - 2 details
8. Yoke - 2 details
9. Patch pocket flap - 4 details
10. Back patch pocket flap - 4 details
11. Waistband - 1 detail

Fusing: waistband, button catch, flaps.


1.Apply the fusing to wrong side of waistband, button catch and flaps.

2.Sew yokes to back parts. Press seam allowances toward the yoke, then topstitch.

3.Front patch pocket: press the pocket entrance diagonal edge allowance to wrong side, turn the edge under, then stitch along the edge. Press the outer edges of front patch pocket to wrong side, then topstitch it on front part along the marking. Topstitch pockets. Tack pockets and garment waist and side edges.

4.Sew flap details along outer edges (right sides together), then turn right side out, press and topstitch them. Make buttonholes according to marking.

5.Back patch pocket: press pocket upper edge allowance under, turn the edge under and stitch along the edge. Press outer edges toward inside, then topstitch on the back parts along marking. Stitch turned upwards back patch pocket flap on the right side. Turn the flap downwards, press it and topstitch along the edge. Sew side seam. Topstitch garment back parts along seams.

6.Fold pleats of the patch pocket according to the marking, press. Edgestitch the folds of pleats. Press under upper allowance of pocket; turn under raw edge and topstitch.

7.Press patch pocket outer edges inside, sew the pocket to garment along the marking: begin with pocket side edges (do not catch the pleat), then sew the lower edge.

8.Sew turned upward patch pocket flap on the garment right side. Turn the flap down, press and topstitch along the edge.

9.Sew middle seam (up to the closure) and back parts.

10.Press one-piece closure facing to wrong side: on the left - along front middle line, on the right - 1 cm (3/8") before front middle seam. Pin turned sideways zipper on the closure right edge, put on it the button catch (folded wrong side together). Coincide them along edges. Stitch all layers. Make fixing stitch along zipper edges. Pin the slit coinciding front middle lines. Stitch zipper free braid to closure left edge facing (do not catch garment front part fabric). Serge allowances. Make fixing zig zag along edging lower edges (from the wrong side). Topstitch left front part along the closure marking catching facing.

11.Sew inside leg seams and serge allowances.

12. On the belt loop, press lengthwise edges allowance to wrong side on 1 cm (3/8") width. Fold the stripe along the center, press, sew long edges, topstitch the stripe along the bend. Cut the stripe into 5 equal parts. Sew belt loops to garment upper edge: at front part - near pockets and side seams, at back part - over the middle seam.

13.Fold the waistband wrong side out, sew ends. Turn it right side out and press. Coincide the waistband and waist edge and sew. Press open edge under, then stitch it to the garment, continuing the decorative topstitching along the waistband.

14.Turn belt loops upward, turn them under and topstitch on the waistband.

15.Press the hem under, press along the edge.

16.Make a buttonhole into waistband left end. Sew the button on the right one.

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