Brooklyn Joggers – A Children’s Joggers Sewing Pattern

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  • The epitome of comfort and cool
  • High rise, loose fitting pants with a dropped crotch, slight gathering, deep cuffs, and pocket detailing
  • Brilliant for lounging about or dressing up and wearing out
  • Suitable for knit fabrics with a minimum 30% stretch
  • Perfect for beginner sewistas
  • Pattern pieces and full tutorials with step-by-step instructions
  • Children’s sizes newborn to 12 years
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What happens when comfort and cool collide? You get this childrens joggers sewing pattern! One piece of clothing that covers your kidlet from lounging about to doing chores, running around playing sports, and even school (if they don’t wear a uniform).

How can one pattern be so versatile that it takes you from pyjamas to classroom? Fabric choice!

The high rise, loose fitting pants with a dropped crotch, slight gathering, deep cuffs, and pocket detailing can be made in the most deliciously soft and squishy knits for the ideal duvet day apparel. Whip them up in a more structured, but equally as delicious and comfy, ponte and you have a pair of chino-style trousers for the kidlets to wear with sneakers or sandals and a nice top.

Styling your Brooklyn Joggers

Pair your Brooklyns with a Comfy Cowl Hoodie or Dreamy Drape for maximum relaxing. Wear with a nice tee or blouse for out-the-house outfitting. Add backpack and go!

Gallery – See images from Instagram below. Or view our full tester galleries on our Facebook page here: Brooklyn Joggers

Skill Level – Beginner

Sizes – Pattern includes children’s sizes XXS to 5XL. See the size chart in the gallery above.

Options – Ribbed detailing on pockets

Ideas – Consider leaving off the pockets for a more streamlined look for smarter wear

Fabrics – Suitable for almost any weight knit fabric with a minimum of 30% stretch. Best results and fit will be achieved with a medium-weight fabric. Great examples are sweater knits, medium-weight jersey, cotton lycra, viscose elastine, ponte, scuba, cotton interlock, stretch velour, and stretch French terry. A lighter weight fabric will fit a bit looser and blouson over the cuff more. Do not use a woven fabric.

For the waistband, pockets, and cuffs you’ll need ribbing or fabric with at least a 50% stretch with a good recovery. To check if your fabric has the right stretch, hold a piece up to a ruler, pull it along the stretch and see if it stretches at least 1.5 times its length.

See the fabric requirements in the gallery above for yardage. A serger/ overlocker is optional but NOT required.

Format – This trim-free pattern is a downloadable PDF and comes in A4 or US letter printable sizes. An A0 format (pattern pieces only) is also included should you wish to have your pattern printed professionally. PDF Layers allow you to select and print only the size/s you want.

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Reviews (27)

27 reviews for Brooklyn Joggers – A Children’s Joggers Sewing Pattern

  1. Amanda

    I went into sewing these knowing that they would be a little oversized, and they did not disappoint. They are very roomy, which is great for baby as there is definitely growing room! I do wish the bottom cuff could have accommodated my main fabric but alas, the stretch was not there so I had to use ribbing as recommended in the pattern. I was worried they would be too small as even with ribbing it had to stretch all the way, but any looser and they wouldn’t stay put when she wears them! all around, quick and easy sew, great directions, and a fun slouchy style.

  2. Zoe Lawson

    Great knit sew! The perfect alternative to leggings or track pants. I love the cuffs and the harem style really appeals. Comfort wear at its best.

  3. Lauren Williams

    Quick and easy! Also love that it has pockets.

  4. Shima Chelong

    This pattern requires an advanced beginner skills to sew it. But the result is awesome.

  5. Tori Priest

    A fast sew for a fun pair of joggers! Adding contrasting pockets makes them so cool! Plenty of growing room, they will last my daughter a long time.

  6. Nadine Simard

    This pattern was easy to extend the length to the next size. Highly recommend to use ribbing for the cuff, lesson learned in my case!

  7. Vicki

    These joggers are such a great fit for my cloth diapered little!

  8. Lisa Lazenby

    A great unisex joggers pattern. The instructions are clear and detailed. We love the pockets and the longer cuffs. This will be in repeat production at our house!

  9. Yulia Shikhova Korinnyi

    Awesome fitting pattern, easy to make and love the way they turn out. I will be making many more for sure!

  10. Erica Nemnich

    Another great pattern from Rebecca Page. I would personally make the waist band taller and an option to use without the elastic

  11. Hildur Gudmundsdottir

    Quick and easy pattern that gives you a very trendy joggers. Even though it is “just” joggers you can play with the end results i.e. with color blocking for the cuffs and legs, color blocking the pockets etc. This will clearly be a stable in my daughters closet. Haven’t tried the women’s yet but aim to do so.

  12. Katie Norgren

    Very easy pattern! Don’t be afraid to mix and match fun prints and cool colors the finished product is adorable!

  13. Nor Aliah Abdul Aziz

    My son loves the jogger! The pockets are great too! The only thing he not fancy is the ankle cuff. A bit tight and long

  14. Doris Van Dyk

    The pocket might move this from a beginner project to an experienced beginner, but the instructions were clear and easy to follow, so I would recommend this to a beginner with some experience sewing with knits.

    Topstitching is optional, but I think the topstitching really adds to the look of the finished joggers.

  15. Melisa Harry

    Amazing pattern. My son LOVES this and the pockets are perfect for collecting rocks, flowers, and dragon eggs.

  16. Hayley Pierce

    The pattern was super easy to follow, and sews up quick! I really enjoyed making these pants, and will try the adult version next!

  17. Stephanie Carnovale

    This pattern was such a quick sew. My son loves it!!! He has long skinny legs so it’s almost impossible for him to wear clothes from the shops.

  18. Deborah Ellenden

    Super fast sew with amazing results. Great way to use scraps to match existing wardrobe pieces. Comfy yet can be dressed up or down.

  19. Jess Boaz-Head

    This is such a quick and easy pattern!

  20. Jen Vincilione

    My daughter falls into the smallest size of 2/3 so they are a bit big but surprisingly don`t fall off of her hips, the long cuffs will make the joggers last longer as she grows. It was a pretty easy pattern to follow and the pocket cuffs add a nice pop of color using a coordinate fabric.

  21. Heather Naretto

    I love how easy the Brooklyn Joggers were to make! Was a bit nervous because elastic isn’t my favorite, but the way that the waistband incases the elastic made it so easy!!
    The fit was perfect too. I made a size 3/4 for my toddler and they fit spot on(follow the size chart!).
    Definitely a great pattern for some comfy joggers.

  22. Rachel Kennedy

    Great, easy to follow pattern and a really quick sew! The fit was generous which I love as these Joggers will get a lot of use 😁

  23. Sara

    My son was leaving on a surprise vacation with grandma so I whipped him up a pair of Brooklyn Joggers which were super comfy for traveling. These sewed up faster then I thought they would and my son loved them. There were clear and easy to follow instructions with great photos to follow as well.

  24. Cori Clemmer

    I enjoyed making the Brooklyn Joggers. They came together easily and were a nice, quick sew. I look forward to sewing more!

  25. Andreia de Almeida

    The brooklyn joggers are so cute for little ones. I love the pocket details, even if they are too small to use them, it’s still a nice feature. They were very easy and fast to sew and I will definitely make more.

  26. Jennifer Lichak

    They are a fun sew! Great details and easy to put together.

  27. Dhee Mirabueno

    This pattern is so easy to sew. The instructions are well written that even if i just look at the photos, i would not miss a step! The fit is spot on for my kiddo. Its a little long but I did not alter the length and it still looked amazing!

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