Cargo Shorts sewing pattern. Looking for a timeless and functional pair of cargo shorts? With a total of six pockets, including slanted front pockets, pleated side pockets with flaps, and back welt pockets, you'll never run out of space to store your essentials. These shorts also feature a zipper fly, traditionally faced waistband, belt loops, and a reinforcing patch on the back seat area, embodying the classic cargo look. The topstitching detail adds to the overall classic feel. While traditional twill or canvas would look great, these shorts can also be made from other medium-weight woven fabrics like linen or denim.
The model is 175 cm tall and wears a size 36. The female wears size 31. Flip through the images for measurements and fabric requirements.
Skill level 3/4
The Cargo shorts sewing pattern has a front zipper and welt pockets. If you are new to welts and zippers, it's only a matter of practicing a few times! Remember to check the video!
Fabric and notions
Make the cargo shorts sewing pattern with bottom-weight sturdy cotton, linen, rip-stop, canvas, denim, or other traditional pant-weight fabric.
The sewing pattern features
- Front pockets
- Side patch pockets with flaps
- Welt pockets
- Front fly with zipper
- Faced waistline with belt loops
- Optional back reinforcement
- Step-by-step photo tutorial for zipper installment
The pattern includes
- Imperial and metric measurements and sizing
- Printable on A4 and Letter
- A0 print shop format
The sewing pattern includes seam allowances.