Seattle Mum legging Sewing Pattern - Ladies 34/52 - Ikatee

$21.02
  • Seattle Mum legging Sewing Pattern - Ladies 34/52  - Ikatee
  • Seattle Mum legging Sewing Pattern - Ladies 34/52  - Ikatee
  • Seattle Mum legging Sewing Pattern - Ladies 34/52  - Ikatee
  • Seattle Mum legging Sewing Pattern - Ladies 34/52  - Ikatee
  • Seattle Mum legging Sewing Pattern - Ladies 34/52  - Ikatee
  • Seattle Mum legging Sewing Pattern - Ladies 34/52  - Ikatee
  • Seattle Mum legging Sewing Pattern - Ladies 34/52  - Ikatee
  • Seattle Mum legging Sewing Pattern - Ladies 34/52  - Ikatee
  • Seattle Mum legging Sewing Pattern - Ladies 34/52  - Ikatee
  • Seattle Mum legging Sewing Pattern - Ladies 34/52  - Ikatee
  • Seattle Mum legging Sewing Pattern - Ladies 34/52  - Ikatee
  • Seattle Mum legging Sewing Pattern - Ladies 34/52  - Ikatee
  • Seattle Mum legging Sewing Pattern - Ladies 34/52  - Ikatee
  • Seattle Mum legging Sewing Pattern - Ladies 34/52  - Ikatee

Seattle Mum legging Sewing Pattern - Ladies 34/52 - Ikatee

$21.02
  • Woman from 32 up to 52

    Two sewing patterns for woman
    2 shapes: leggings for very stretchy materials (such as jersey or stretch rib) or jegging for medium stretchy materials (such as fleece or French terry with elastane)
    3 lengths: long, 3/4 or short. No side seams
    Ankle bands or hems depending on length
    Waistband with inserted elastic or fancy elastic as a waistband
    2 patterns for comfortable outfits, essential for the homewear or sports wardrobe.

    The leggings have finished measurements that are narrower than your body measurements in order to be form-fitting. The pattern is worked in negative ease; the fabric will relax well and fit the body.

    The jegging has measurements very close to the body. The medium-stretch fabric used to make them will stretch slightly. The jegging will therefore be slightly tight and comfortable. The shape is somewhere between leggings and jogging trousers.

    Skill level: easy and quick

    The leggings/jegging is quick and easy to sew as it has only a few pieces. It is therefore a suitable project for a beginner.

    What you will learn with these patterns: how to assemble an elastic as waistband or a band with inserted elastic, how to make ankle bands or double needle hems.

    A video is available for free on the website.

     

    Women size range: 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52 (French sizes)

    This pattern is proposed from 32 to 52 for a stature of 165cm=65'' (nb: the 32 corresponding approximately to a 14 years for the young girls). It is recommended that you take your measurements and choose the most suitable pattern size. If you hesitate between 2 sizes, it is better to choose the size you take in the store.  For example, I am a size 44 in the store and a size 44 in hips and chest according to the chart; but I am more like 86cm in waist. I made a 44 and it's perfect!

    See our size guide

    Leggings or jegging finished garment measurements: see in the pictures or here for Seattle & here for Seattle kids.

    How to adapt your pattern? For tall and small women, see our tips in the guidebook.

    Fabrics :

    • Leggings: very stretchy fabric. Jersey, rib, openwork, with elastane
    • Jegging: medium stretch fabric. Fleece or French terry with elastane
    • Caution: 100% cotton fabrics (without elastane), even stretchy, can poke at the knees when worn and will be uncomfortable
    • Ribbing is recommended for the ankle band of long jeggings. Otherwise, make ankle bands in the main fabric.

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        • Woman from 32 up to 52

          Two sewing patterns for woman
          2 shapes: leggings for very stretchy materials (such as jersey or stretch rib) or jegging for medium stretchy materials (such as fleece or French terry with elastane)
          3 lengths: long, 3/4 or short. No side seams
          Ankle bands or hems depending on length
          Waistband with inserted elastic or fancy elastic as a waistband
          2 patterns for comfortable outfits, essential for the homewear or sports wardrobe.

          The leggings have finished measurements that are narrower than your body measurements in order to be form-fitting. The pattern is worked in negative ease; the fabric will relax well and fit the body.

          The jegging has measurements very close to the body. The medium-stretch fabric used to make them will stretch slightly. The jegging will therefore be slightly tight and comfortable. The shape is somewhere between leggings and jogging trousers.

          Skill level: easy and quick

          The leggings/jegging is quick and easy to sew as it has only a few pieces. It is therefore a suitable project for a beginner.

          What you will learn with these patterns: how to assemble an elastic as waistband or a band with inserted elastic, how to make ankle bands or double needle hems.

          A video is available for free on the website.

           

          Women size range: 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52 (French sizes)

          This pattern is proposed from 32 to 52 for a stature of 165cm=65'' (nb: the 32 corresponding approximately to a 14 years for the young girls). It is recommended that you take your measurements and choose the most suitable pattern size. If you hesitate between 2 sizes, it is better to choose the size you take in the store.  For example, I am a size 44 in the store and a size 44 in hips and chest according to the chart; but I am more like 86cm in waist. I made a 44 and it's perfect!

          See our size guide

          Leggings or jegging finished garment measurements: see in the pictures or here for Seattle & here for Seattle kids.

          How to adapt your pattern? For tall and small women, see our tips in the guidebook.

          Fabrics :

          • Leggings: very stretchy fabric. Jersey, rib, openwork, with elastane
          • Jegging: medium stretch fabric. Fleece or French terry with elastane
          • Caution: 100% cotton fabrics (without elastane), even stretchy, can poke at the knees when worn and will be uncomfortable
          • Ribbing is recommended for the ankle band of long jeggings. Otherwise, make ankle bands in the main fabric.