Hey Hey Hey! I am finally testing a new pattern after over a year. Woohoo! And what better time to get people to test than to test when we are all stuck at home. Keep reading to learn a little more about the pattern and to see if you would like to submit an application.
Testing will take place Monday, April 13th-April 24th . I will email all patterns and instructions that morning by 10 am Mountain Standard time.
The Supermarket Slacks are a comfortable pair of paper bag waist pants with an elastic waist and a wider leg. The skirt is a combination between an A-line and a pencil skirt, featuring the same waist band. Both can be dressed up or down, for all your wardrobe needs. The pattern does have about 6 inches of ease so when looking at the hip measurement, know that you have some wiggle room, depending on how snug you want them to fit. To give you an idea, I wear size large, and my hip measurement is a 41, and I have pretty meaty legs.
Recommended Fabrics: Light to medium weight woven fabric, such as rayon, challis, chambray, crepe de chine, or lawn. A medium weight knit will also work for an extra comfy pair.
Difficulty Level: Moderate
Fabric Yardage Needed: Pants- 1 and 5/8 yards- 56 inch wide or 2 and 3/4 yards for 45 inch wide fabric. Skirt- 1 3/4 yards of 45 inch wide fabric
Notions and Supplies Needed: Fabric, Matching Thread, 1-1.5 yards 3/4 inch wide elastic. If adding
elastic to ankles, you will need about a half yard more.
Do you like what you see? Want to test this pattern? Fill out this form! And you will hear from me by Sunday!
And Happy sewing and stay safe out there!