The Tanner Culotte.
For those not familiar with this fashion-forward style, culottes are essentially a wide-legged, cropped jean. A classic pair of culottes will actually look and hang much like a midi-length skirt, with very wide-cut, flared legs that hit at (or even above) mid-calf level.
Featuring a natural waist fit, 4 pockets, zip fly & button fastening, belt looped waistband and an optional cropped frayed leg.
- Fly Front
- Shaped waistband with belt loops
- Patch pockets front and back.
- A very good knowledge of your own personal fitting requirements as the
pattern offers the opportunity to fine-tune the fit of your garment
Medium weight non stretch fabrics with some body.
– Denim and denim types.
– Twill and twill types.
– Wool and wool types.
– Corduroy and corduroy types.
Designer Stitch has a fabulous Pinterest board over at https://www.pinterest.com.au/designerstitch/boot-crop-culottes
loaded with ideas of how to make the Tanner Culotte truly yours.
PDF PATTERN DETAILS.
After purchase your pattern will be available to download. Ensure that you save your pattern to your computer before printing so you have access to it in the future.
You are purchasing the Tanner Culotte – and the PDF pattern purchase includes the following files:
- PDF Sewing Instruction Booklet. 21 pages for A4 and US standards.
- PDF Print at Home Pattern. 34 pages for A4 and US standards.
- PDF AO Print Shop x 2 Sheets.
You are able to select one or several different sizes to print and “hide” the sizes you don’t need. Please ensure you check the sizing chart before deciding what sizes to print off.
URL links and clickable page navigation to resources that help you construct the Tanner.
FAQ AND POLICIES.
You are purchasing a digital PDF downloadable product. Due to the nature of this product refunds are not offered.
Please ensure you read the FAQ page before purchase if you are not sure.
I would love to see what you have made with the Tanner Culotte Pattern. Don’t forget to tag your posts with
REVIEWS OF THE TANNER.
Check out Ilse Lemmens over at https://sewsewilse.wordpress.com/2017/11/14/back-to-the-70ies-with-my-culotte/ and read her blog post for the Tanner Culotte.
Ilse is such a classy and gorgeous woman.