DIY HOW TO MAKE EASY PANT / TROUSER PATTERN pt 1 | Jessica Nneka



let's see you once again so today we're making a pants pattern it's going to be easy and simple and beginners friendly I remember the first time I made it pants as a beginner I was not making my pants I had my same my side same carving right to the front like it comes right to the front of my pants it was a mess so later on I found this technique that worked for me and I have been using it for yes but I'm going to teach you this technique and how to make your own hand pattern make sure you like make sure you subscribe and thanks for watching my video guys see you in my next video now first thing to do is to muck your hip divided by 4 on your pattern all the way down to the bottom now my hip divided by 4 is 11 and a half now I am taking the measurement from the edge of my pattern and I am taking it all the way down now next thing you will do is to connect the lines with Ebola now on that line I take one inch downwards now I will take one inch inwards now I will just connect the line and extend this line upwards now next thing I will do is to take from this line I will take my waist measurement divided by four and I would add one inch for that now the next thing to do is to connect this line so this dashed line just like this now this is how you get your waist to hip points take your shoulders ooh tiniest part of your waist which is 17 and your shoulder to your blouse length which is 25 for me now where you might not 25 from 17 you have 8 inch and that is what my hip points is going to be that is your waist to hip now I will be taking 8 inch right there now so get your crotch depth what you need to do is divide your hip by 4 my hip is for the 6 divided by 4 is 11 and 1/2 now I would use Allah I would mark 11 inch on my pattern because I would be taking 1/2 inch out for my band so now I am taking 11 inch right there for my crotch depth now today your waist to the knee measurements standard is usually from 20 inch through 22 inch now for me it is 22 inch or you can also go on and measure your waist to your knee and that is what I just mapped a right now I am taking my waist to where I want my trouser to stop which is my ankle and I took one and half inch for seam joining allowance at the bottom and that is what I just did now next thing to do is to take your tie measurement the circumference of your tie you take it like this and you make sure your tip is right beneath your bum now my time measurement might I succumb friends is 29-inch I will divide that by two and I would give me 14 and 1/2 and I will be taking it at my crotch depth line now just extend the line like so and right on that line I would also add one and a half inch for my crotch allowance one and a half for crotch allowance now I would connect that line through my hip with a cause now connect your dots with a curve towards your hip and also connect us so the one inch that was taken previously we will find the midpoint of this to this place your tip and find the midpoint now I will be using five inch for my dad's and I will connect the line now on place half inch on each side and connect the lines now this is how you get your dad's placement on your pants moving on I will be taking one inch on my knee and one inch at the ankle end now we are going to connect this line so the ankle just like that and again we are going to connect this to this and connect the lines just like that's it now we are going to connect this to this now using my ruler I will just make dotted lines and the next thing I would do is to find the midpoints from my crush to my knee area and I come down by half inch that midpoint now I would create a cough just like that and I'll create my cuff like this because it is not supposed to be straight it's meant to be coffee now I would go on and cut this out now guys you can cut hair don't touch hair we're going to use that to retrace so as to create the back button then after which we would cut it out now fold this part in that is your uncle line and start cutting the rice out because it's not meant to be straight it's meant to be a little bit slanted now next thing to do is to take your ankle circumference and divide it by two and place whatever you get right there I am using 9-inch now I would connect that to my knee place your ruler and connect it to your knee and connect the lines just like this next thing we will do is fold your uncle line inwards and cut the rest out so I'm sorry guys I finished making my back pattern only to realize my video wasn't recording now this line you see here is my pocket line I am going to show you how I did that don't worry so now moving on place your front pattern on a new pattern so as to curve the back now make sure you have about two inch right here and we are going to measure that and see I have about two each now what we'll do is retrace the front pattern on this new pattern all the way around now next thing I will do is to muck out the lines now this way I can connect with my ruler so I would know where my hip line is my crotch line is my knee line is my uncle line is to make everything so much more easier now from this line we are going to take one and a half inch upwards now if you're a very slim person use one inch if you are in between use one and half if you are making for a very big person used two inch now we're going to go outwards by two inch this is going to be for seam allowance because the back is usually bigger than the front and all the sim Falls are back so now connect the lines like so extend your line outwards and also connect this line all the way down now I just extended my hip measurements now we are going to use two and half inch for crotch back seam now you're back same crotch is two and a half inch now connect those lines your hip with it calls now we are waiting to check so inch all the way we are going to take two inch all the way upwards and this so inch is for seam allowance connection lines now what I'd like to do is I place my tape through from my crotch to my knee area and I find the mid points and right there I calm down by a half inch now next thing I would do is to connect the lines this is meant to be coughed it's not meant to be straights so this is how I get my cough now we are going to find our dots and on this line I will take out one inch which is 1 inch for my dad's now from this line I would find the midpoint to this line now I find the midpoint now I would be using 6 inch for my back that's because the bug that is usually longer than the front dads remember I used 5 inch for my back my my front dots now I am using 6 inch for my back dads now we are done and we are going to cut out the pattern and next thing to do is to place it on your fabric and cut out your front cut out your back and I am going to show you how to do that and how to not CH earn your place notches on your fabric it's as easy as ABC now also remember to fold in your uncle so as to get the cause and now back to the front person now we can cut this out now this is how I made my pocket place 2 inch from the edge of your hip side pattern and I am taking 6 inch for the depth of my pocket now I would create it cause like that and I would have F hinge for seam allowance just like that and I will place another pattern underneath it and I would I want my pocket stop around my crotch area and around my dad area I just reach waist and now I am just eyeballing how deep I want it to be and creating a cause next thing to do is cut it out it's as easy as this now next thing you can do is cut out at the half-inch seam you placed now place another pattern underneath it and I am going to retrace this from the crotch area again and we trace the pocket seam and connect to the crotch area and to the dot area now I will place the facing and I would retrace just like this all and I would cut it out now you get your pockets easy and simple now this is going to serve as my zip that should be my zip allowance and I will just tape that down I am making sure I have about one and a half inch now I am just connecting the lines cutting off the excess connecting the lines again and I would also cut off the excess so we have come to the end of this tutorial so we have come to the end of this tutorial thanks for watching guys thanks for subscribing thanks for watching and make sure you subscribe and

24 comments

  1. How to sew your pants
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  2. Lovely video thanks for sharing?d Hip line measurement am i to take it frm d waist slanted lines or frm d top of my pattern paper?

  3. You're the best teacher thank you so much for helping me understand how to draft my pants pattern thank you God's richest blessings to you πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•

  4. dis is d simplest method I have come across in YouTube. kudos to u & thanks 4 sharing. I give u 5stars

  5. Great job you've done here, interesting to follow. Just that I've got a little bit of situation, after taking the hip measurements the remainder seems not to be enough to accommodate the waist measurement as well as the dart for all kinds of measurement I had tried ( hip 46, waist 38) (hip 34, waist 28)

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