The Hepburn chino pants sewing pattern is a stylish semi-formal pair of wide-leg trouser. The fit is relaxed, and the contoured waistband falls comfortably at the belly button. This pant pattern is a great option to make office-appropriate slacks when paired with fabrics such as cotton twill and cotton sateen or suiting in neutral colors such as grey, black, or beige. Or, you can make them casual by choosing a less formal fabric such as denim or linen. The Hepburn pants feature a zipper fly, belt loops, back darts, slanted front pockets, and back welt pockets. Customize the fit by choosing between two leg styles: wide or extra-wide.
US 0-24 & EU 30-54. To find the measurements flip through the images.
Skill level 3/4
You are an intermediate seamstress. You can handle bindings and a front zipper with a fly and facing. The instructions are easy to follow, with illustrations for each step. Watch the video on YouTube on how to install a zipper.
Fabric and notions
Make your Hepburn pants pattern with medium-weight woven fabric in cotton twill, cotton sateen, denim, or other appropriate bottom-weight woven fabric. Use interfacing that supports the weight of the fabric. The material must include 3-5% stretch.
The sewing pattern features
- Contoured waistband
- Front fly with zipper and facing
- Deep front pockets
- Back welt pockets
- Two full-sweep hemlines
- Instructions to lengthen and shorten the length of the pants