Sasha Trousers Pattern // Stretch Pants Pattern // by Closet Case Patterns
Sasha Trousers Pattern // Stretch Pants Pattern // by Closet Case Patterns
Sasha Trousers Pattern // Stretch Pants Pattern // by Closet Case Patterns
Sasha Trousers Pattern // Stretch Pants Pattern // by Closet Case Patterns
Sasha Trousers Pattern // Stretch Pants Pattern // by Closet Case Patterns
Sasha Trousers Pattern // Stretch Pants Pattern // by Closet Case Patterns
Sasha Trousers Pattern // Stretch Pants Pattern // by Closet Case Patterns
Sasha Trousers Pattern // Stretch Pants Pattern // by Closet Case Patterns
Sasha Trousers Pattern - Print Pattern
Sasha Trousers Pattern // Stretch Pants Pattern // by Closet Case Patterns
Sasha Trousers Pattern // Stretch Pants Pattern // by Closet Case Patterns
Sasha Trousers Pattern // Stretch Pants Pattern // by Closet Case Patterns
Sasha Trousers Pattern // Stretch Pants Pattern // by Closet Case Patterns
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  • DESCRIPTION
  • TISSU & MATÉRIEL
  • DÉTAILS
  • Disponible en anglais seulement. Veuillez consulter notre liste PDF pour notre traduction française.

    Le pantalon Sasha est une pièce incontournable pour composer des tenues habillées. Il allie les détails classiques d’un pantalon de tailleur avec une taille mi-haute et des jambes fuselées, une coupe slim mais un ajustement confortable et extensible. C’est un pantalon à porter en toutes occasions, autant au travail qu’en soirée.

    Dans sa version A, le pantalon est long avec des poches italiennes, fixées par une large doublure qui les maintient en place, ainsi que des poches à passepoil simple à l’arrière. La version B propose un pantalon raccourci et sans poches pour créer une silhouette épurée et élégante. Les deux versions peuvent être cousues avec des passants de ceinture, avec une fermeture cachée et avec un pli sur les jambes formé au repassage.


    Le patron Sasha est aussi disponible dans une version PDF.


    Notre mannequin mesure 1,75 m et porte une taille 10.

  • TISSU

    Tissu tissé extensible dans les deux sens, avec au moins 20 % d’élasticité à l’horizontale (ou 2-3 % de lycra), comme du denim stretch, du sergé stretch ou du tissu pour costume stretch comme de la gabardine

    Doublure en coton pour les poches (0,75 yd / 0,7 m sur 58’’ de largeur, 1 yd / 0,9 m sur 45’’ de largeur)

    MÉTRAGE DU TISSU (45"/1.14M)

    Version A
    0-14 = 2.75yd / 2.5m, 16-20 = 3.75 yd / 2.5m

    Version B
    0-14 = 2.5yd/2.3m, 16-20 = 3.5yd / 3.2m

    MÉTRAGE DU TISSU (58"/1.5M FABRIC)

    Version A
    0-8 = 1.75yd / 1.6m, 10-14 = 2yd / 1.85m, 16-20 = 2.75yd / 2.5m

    Version B
    0-8 = 1.55yd/1.4m, 10-14 = 1.75yd / 1.6m, 16-20 = 2.5yd / 2.3m

    MATÉRIEL

    • Entoilage thermocollant (0,5 yd / 0,45 m sur 58’’ de largeur, 1yd / 0,9 m sur 20’’ de largeur)
    • Fermeture à glissière pour pantalon : tailles 0 à 4 = 5’’ (13 cm) de long, tailles 6 à 20 = 7’’ (18 cm) de long. Les fermetures éclair plus longues peuvent aisément être raccourcies.
    • Agrafe de pantalon à coudre de 1/2’’ (13 mm) et sa barrette - peut être remplacé par un boutons de 5/8" (16 mm)
    • Un bouton de 5/8" (16 mm) pour l'intérieur de la ceinture
    • Feutre ou craie pour tissu
    • Fil de polyester
    • Optionnel : 1 yard (0,9 m) de ruban biais pour finir la ceinture (peut être remplacé par un pli ou un surjet)
    • Optionnel : coussin de tailleur, pour repasser les pinces dos et les coutures de la fourche
  • Niveau de couture : Intermédiaire

    Tailles : 0 - 20 (consultez le tableau des tailles ici)

    Mesures du vêtement fini : voyez toutes les mesures ici

    Instructions: Anglais ou français (instructions françaises seulement en PDF)

    Fichier impression maison (Lettre & A4) : 36 pages

    Fichier copy Shop : 1 page (36"x79" - Amérique du Nord), 2 pages (A0 - International)

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R
R.H.
LOVE, LOVE your patterns

I have made the Ginger jeans, the Morgan jeans, two ebony shirts, one Kalle shirt, a remake of a purchased shirt using the Kalle pattern. I can’t wait to try the blazer and several other patterns from Closet Case. Keep doing what you are doing!!! Ruth

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R.
Finally I can make a type of pants I can never buy RTW!

Having already fit the Ginger Jeans to my shape, I was able to make very successful adjustments to the crotch curve and rise of the Sasha Trousers, and it looks like I'm about to have very serviceable stretch "office pants" when I finish these up. I've made this first pair out of a stretch gabardine synthetic, which looks dressier than my usual stretch twill pants, but which normally accentuates all the lumps and bumps around my hips--at least when I try it in an RTW cut!

I look forward to making these in wilder stretch twill fabrics for summer, especially in the ankle length. I will likely cut deeper seam allowances in the future to help account for the fact that a pattern like this can fit very differently based on the fabric (not only the spandex percentage, but also mechanical aspects of the fabric). I also anticipate going full-out on pockets and welts in the future, and hope that I may finally defeat the beast of gaping slash pockets!

As always, Heather's instructions are thorough and easy to follow, and the pattern is super well drafted. Now all I have to do is remember to trace all the notches!

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R.Y.
Knees

I am having trouble getting the fit right on the leg. I am surprised by this but there is a lot of bagginess in the knee area that I'm finding quite annoying. Will give it another go a size smaller and see if I can slim the leg some more. I have never had trouble with such baggy legs, I would never say I have slim legs!

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K.K.
A fan gained!

I really like this style of trousers and shop-bought ones do not fit my legs - so this pattern was perfect for me. I made them in a stretchy sateen in emerald green (which should have been a touch thicker, but it is ok). I had to fiddle with the fit a lot but I was very grateful for the Closet Case Patterns fitting issues guidelines for trousers and pants. I made them in a size 14 (I am 5'2'') and cropped them considerably to get a 7/8th-length (I even added slits at the bottom of the side seams). My bottom is very flat, the thighs are round towards the front, flat at the back but the calves are the complete opposite so it was a bit of a trial and error getting the legs right, it took me several muslins and some adjustments on the final trousers. What I absolutely love about Closet Case Patterns is the fact that they teach me so many new skills and I really liked to give these trousers a professional finish inside. I shall make two adjustments next time: put the back pockets higher (as I am rather short), make the front pocket openings smaller (i.e. shorter and about an inch nearer to the side seams) so that the trouser front is tighter. All in all I am very proud of my emerald green trousers and I am certainly going to make the same pattern again!

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B.J.
Sasha trousers

It’s a great pattern with easy to follow instructions with both instructive pictures and text to read. I didn’t have to make any major adjustments, How ever tha back pockets are a little tricky to make but if you have made those kind of pockets before it’s pretty straight forward.
For my next pair I will raise the waistline with 1 or 2 cm as I believe that will fit my body better.

R
R.F.
Can't fault it!

This pattern, as with all Heather Lou's patterns, is meticulously drafted and therefore a joy to sew and wear. The instruction booklet is well thought out and very detailed without giving the information overload that I have come across elsewhere. Heather's attention to detail means that if the booklet isn't enough for you there is always excellent further support on the CCF website. You may have worked out that I'm an absolute fan of this pattern company (!) but it is well deserved; they work very hard at producing excellent patterns that appeal to a broad age range, and are realistic in terms of body shape/size.