Posy Pleated Pants Sewing Pattern – Ladies XXS to 5XL

(22 customer reviews)

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  • The Posy sewing pattern is comfort and elegance 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
  • No zip required!
  • Full or three-quarter length
  • Suitable for light- to medium-weight wovens
  • Perfect for confident beginner sewistas
  • Pattern pieces and full tutorials with step-by-step instructions
  • Ladies’ XXS to 5XL sizing
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This ladies pleated pants sewing pattern is comfort and elegance combined! The wide-legged trousers are a beautiful gift for your wardrobe.

The Posy pants are magnificent with their flattering fit and full, flowy legs. A statement-making pair of trousers that can be styled fancy, smart, or casual. Wear with a pair of heels, a Strappy Cami, and a beautiful Tara tailored jacket and you have an impeccable outfit for the office or a garden wedding. Add a pair of flat sandals, a denim Kingston over a cami, and a straw hat and you’re picnic-in-the-park ready! Sneakers, a tank top, and a cute head band are street chic.

The Posy Pleated Pants are sure to become a firm favorite in your 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 ladies’ sizes XXS to 5XL. 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 (22)

22 reviews for Posy Pleated Pants Sewing Pattern – Ladies XXS to 5XL

  1. Heather Gratton

    Pattern is very well explained and a confident beginner could sew it. I feel this pattern works best in the drapiest fabric that you can pleat, something light and floaty otherwise it can look a bit too boxy.

  2. Ana Inês Barros

    These pants are amazing, easy and quick to sew and a fashion walk result <3

  3. Raven

    So full transparency, I have always thought that I could not pull off wide leg pants because I’m short. But then I saw these pants and knew that I could not pass up on making these. My only challenge – how do I make myself look taller? Well, that’s what I love about sewing. You can be an illusionist.

    I referenced my high school Fashion Merchandising class where my teacher taught me all about stripes. Vertical stripes will make you look taller and horizontal stripes can make you like wider. So, I grabbed some striped fabric from Walmart (about 3 yards), and got to work. 

    I matched my stripes by making sure that I paid attention to the pattern. In my picture below I illustrate how I traced the stripes on the pattern so that they will match on all 4 panels. One thing I would like to add, I started my front panel with black stripes and started my back panel with white stripes. Again, this was intentional so that my stripes can be consistent in the pattern. 

    The pattern directions were very easy to follow, thorough and clear. The PDF print out was super easy as well and took no time to put together. 

    I had so much fun making these pants which I think is evident in how much fun I had in these pictures. I omitted the sash and the pockets because I was so focused on the stripes. I’ll definitely be making these again with a sash and pockets and most likely in a solid color. 

  4. Frieda Flavianu

    These pants are beautiful, classy and comfortable. The instructions are easy to follow and understandable. I love this pattern and I will definitely recommend it.

  5. Kamilla Székely

    Such a chic and unique design. The instructions are clear and well-written. It’s a fast and easy sew, too.

  6. Franchesca Delgado Garced

    The pattern’s instructions were very easy to follow. The construction is very professional as all the seams are enclosed using a french seam. The fit in my case was perfect and according to chart; I only had to adjust the length because I am very petite. I love how versatile and chic these pants are. I feel like I can wear them to work or depending on the fabric (and since I live in island) for a day or night out. I think my only input is to probably include a shorts length. Otherwise, I am in love with these pants and will be making many more. Thank you so much for the opportunity 💕

  7. Ng Puay Choo

    The construction of the posy pants is quite similar to arabella skirt, so it is a quick and easy sew. Love how good it looks and comfortable to wear.

  8. Miranda Wee

    The Rebecca Page pattern was easy to follow and I am very happy with the result. I learnt something new too! And found a lot of support from the facebook community – I learnt that when you’re using elastic you should always warm it up by pre-stretching it… which is why I ended up with slightly too loose elastic at the back. I believe next time I make these pants I’ll pre-stretch the elastic and then it should be perfect!

  9. Amanda Jones

    Oh goodness did I have my doubts while I was cutting….was worried they’d be huge and they are definitely roomy but still flattering. Very well written and easy to follow constructions, definitely beginner friendly!

  10. Tasha Larson

    Great pants!! Very quick to sew with clear instructions and very comfortable.

  11. Rachel Ellis

    “A lovely easy to follow pattern. I read through the instruction in my usual style over a cuppa and biscuits, which was very straight forward with great pictures to help you visualise the steps as you go.
    In the pdf these patterns are layered which means you can just print the size you want so no mistakes cutting the wrong size because of multiple lines. The process of choosing your layer through adobe is also explained.
    Once the pattern was prepared it took no time to cut and head for the machine.
    I chose the french seam option as I love the look of it and honestly forgot how satisfyingly simple they were. Before I knew it the pants were constructed fully pockets and all. The longest part of the whole process was waiting for my best friend to come try them on so I could make sure the length was correct, but I filled my time making another pair for my friends little one.
    These were a pleasure to sew and I can see many more rolling out of my sewing room and also the 3/4 length for summer. “

  12. Joan Edmondson

    I’ve been dying to make a pair of wide leg pants, so when I saw the Posy Pants pattern come out I knew I had to try them out. The instructions were really informative and easy to follow, and the pattern sewed up into an awesome pair of pants!! I used a light flowy georgette crepe for mine which I recommend for these pants as it gave a really nice drape and silhouette.

  13. Katie Norgren

    I was a little intimidated to start but so glad I did!! Once I began everything was explained so thoroughly they came together very fast, and are adorable and so comfortable!

  14. Susan Gough

    I found the instructions easy to follow (except where there were photos from a different pattern, even though it was explained, at first glance this caused some confusion). It was a straight forward pattern that I was able to make in a day. Very pleased with the results. On a side note I am 164cm tall (about 5 feet five)and I had to take about 14cm (almost 5 inches) off the length when hemming.

  15. Kris Chick

    “I really love the look of these pants and the pattern was very easy to follow and put together.

    A few things to be on the look out for:
    The front waistband has an angled edge. Use this angle to attach the sash if you do that option. Otherwise the angle doesn’t do anything for the waistband, in my opinion. It did confuse me at first.

    Make sure to measure your crotch length and make any adjustments as needed. If you have any kind of belly or big booty your pants won’t fit correctly.

    Use a lightweight and flowy fabric and make these in every length! Long, 3/4 and you can even make them into shorts!

    Be creative and have fun!”

  16. Beth Barton

    What a fun pattern to get started with making pants! Great for learning the basics of pleating as well. Works best in a drapey woven with a bold pattern, like a rayon challis.

  17. Amanda Pickrell

    I LOVE these pants! The pattern is super easy to follow, takes only a few hours, and all the extra details included in the step by step instructions give them a beautiful professional looking finish! There will be more Posy Pants in my future!

  18. Ruch Dayo

    I love the overall design but we should be very careful on the type of fabric we used so that we can preserve the drape and movement flow of the pants that you really can feel whenever we move and be giddy. Pattern is absolutely perfect on the crotch area as it is not too tight or to loose for the exact measurement I have within the size chart, except for the band which at first got me thinking twice if that is the correct name for each piece but got trough with it very quickly.

  19. Siska Taslim

    Most comfy pants ever!

  20. Mélanie Couture

    I love the fit of the pants. The pattern was easy to follow. I only have a bit of a challenge for the elastic but I’ll work on that 🙂 Love my first experience! Sorry for the bad picture I’m gonna do better this month with two projects!

  21. Siska

    A pretty and really comfy pair of pants! I paired it with a tank in matching fabric and made a faux romper and it was perfect!

  22. Emily Schimelfenyg

    These pants are boho-chic heaven. I’ve worn them to work once and received the most compliments of anything I’ve ever made. Absolute love!

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