Posy Pleated Pants Sewing Pattern – Children Newborn to 12 Years

(6 customer reviews)

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  • The Posy sewing pattern is comfort and pretty practicality combined!
  • Statement-making, wide-legged pleated pants
  • Featured back darts and elasticated waist create a flattering fit
  • Front pleats create beautiful, flowing lines of fabric
  • Optional sash and belt loops for a tied-together look
  • Full or three-quarter length
  • Suitable for light- to medium-weight wovens
  • Perfect for beginner sewistas
  • Pattern pieces and full tutorials with step-by-step instructions
  • Children’s newborn to 12 years sizing
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This childrens pleated pants sewing pattern is comfort and practicality combined! The wide-legged trousers are a beautiful gift for your wardrobe.

The full, flowy legs are wonderful for playing! A statement-making pair of trousers that can be dressed up for smart events (like weddings) or down for school. The Posy Pleated Pants are sure to become a firm favorite in your little lady’s closet!

Gallery – See images from Instagram below. Or view our full tester galleries on our Facebook page here: Posy Pleated Pants

Skill Level – Confident Beginner

Sizes – Pattern includes children’s sizes newborn to 12 years. See the size chart in the gallery above.

Options – Optional sash and belt loops, and full or three-quarter length.

Fabrics – Suitable for light- to medium-weight wovens with a bit of drape, such as cotton, linen, taffeta, bubble crepe, crepe de chine, and rayon. These trousers are very full and not suited to heavier fabrics that will pull them down and cause the waistband to fit awkwardly. 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 (6)

6 reviews for Posy Pleated Pants Sewing Pattern – Children Newborn to 12 Years

  1. Ummul Masakin

    A stylish pants that make you want to wear over and over

  2. Dee Van Dyk

    I adore these pants, sewn up for a very special three month-old granddaughter. I used a double gauze spring print (recycled from a swaddling blanket) that sewed up easily. There were some pattern details that might’ve elevated this to an intermediate level of difficulty (added sash, french seams, box pleats, darts), but the instructions did a good job of simplifying these nice little details.

    All in all, a lovely pattern, which my husband has already said I need to sew up for my other granddaughters.

  3. Kristen Wilson

    These are becoming our favorite pants-my daughter loves her pants that are a skirt and a skirt that is pants

  4. Tania Mattes

    Such an easy pattern and set of instructions to follow, creating a beautifully drafted stylish pant that is sure to turn heads no matter the age! They are great for both a simply fabric to create more of a neutral look, or change it up with some wild prints to have some fun!

  5. Hayley Pierce

    Oh my goodness, y’all. These are so flippin’ adorable. I cut the pattern pieces after dinner one night, and then stitched them up the next day.

    The pattern was super straightforward and perfect for a beginner to intermediate sewist. I found it to be very easy to follow, and I was almost able to get it stitched up during nap time (but then the munchkin woke up and proceeded to sit on my feet and yell until I was done).

    I messed up the waistband a few times, which was totally my fault. My first mistake was sewing the optional sash on the wrong way. I ended up removing it altogether. I also stitched the waistband on wrong and just kind of went with it. Again, my fault. I was trying to rush to finish it before my toddler completely lost her mind.

    I did have to hem the bottoms quite a bit for my tiny girl. I used the 12/18 month pattern, but didn’t measure beforehand. Emerson is on the 12 month end of her size, so I just tried them on her and hemmed as needed.

  6. Debra Rigsby

    This is such an adorable pair of pants. I made them for a shower gift and I can’t wait to see the mom-to-be’s reaction when she sees these.

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