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Archer Work Pants PDF Sewing Pattern

Archer Work Pants PDF Sewing Pattern

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The Archer Work Pants are designed to be an easy fitting barrel shaped pants with simple details like oversized askew front pockets and contrasting inseam panel. There are knee darts on both the front and back legs as well as a back ankle dart giving these pants their distinctive shape. These elastic waist pants are intended to sit at the natural waist with a relaxed fit in the hip and looser through the legs. The length hits above the ankle to further highlight its silhouette shape. 

With all Matchy Matchy sewing patterns, we’ve designed the The Archer Work Pants to have simple shapes and easy construction to take the overwhelm out of sewing and to help you find the joy of discovery.

Chelsea (short hair) is 5'5" and Morgan is 5'9". Both are wearing a size small. Chelsea's pants were sewn with no modifications. Morgan's pants are lengthened by 3". 

All PDF patterns are for home sewing only and cannot be made for resale or profit. Thank you for respecting our designs!  

We cannot wait to see what you make!

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Details

Sizing and fabric requirements

Included with download

The listing comes with 4 PDF downloads:
• Sewing Instructions
• Print at home pattern (38 pages)
• Copy shop/A0 pattern (2 pages)
• Mood Board

Difficulty

Beginner: techniques include patch pockets, darts, elastic waistband

Notions

• coordinating thread
• fusible interfacing, 2" (5 cm) elastic*
*when using heavier fabric we suggest using a rigid elastic such as a non-roll waistband elastic that is designed for heavier weight fabrics

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100% Washed Cotton Twill with a beautifully soft broken in texture
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Dr. Sooz
Archers ROCK

I am a fan of the funky and the elasticated and the many pocketed. The Archer work pant is a winner! I just finished my first (of what I know will be many!) pair in a mid weight linen. I don't plan on taking them off for the next week

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Cathy Lewis
My New Go To!

I made my first pair of Archer Work Pants using a thrifted fleece blanket and some upholstery scraps because it was what I had on hand. I wasn’t expecting too much due to my humble materials but I LIVE the results! This is a Fany pattern with easy, clear instructions. The thoughtful darts and gussets are simple details that really elevate the results. I can see myself making this pattern over and over with different fabrics!

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Melanie Reid
Love it

This pattern is fantastic. I love relaxed fit trouser which look great dressed up and down. The pattern instructions are fantastic.

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Eve K
Loving these!

Made my first pair using faux leather and now l have two other fabrics all lined up for sewing. This silhouette is my favorite and the pattern is just super!

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Zelda
a fun and easy project

I enjoyed making the Archer pant. I used Essex linen/cotton for my main fabric with contrasting pockets. i used a different waist method, but ended up ripping it out and following the instructions!
Recommend the project result and instructions. Quite an easy make and will be lovely to wear through the spring and summer.