Tully Pant Sewing Pattern By Style Arc - 7/8th slim leg elastic paper bag waist pant.

Tully Pant

4.78 out of 5 based on 9 customer ratings
(9 customer reviews)

AUD $17.00

7/8th slim leg elastic “paper bag” waist pant.

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Product Description

This pleat-front “paper bag” waist pant features a slim 7/8th length leg with a separate hem panel. The elastic waist finishes at the side front allowing the centre front to remain flat. The ties are attached into the front pleat. We made our sample with directional stripes. Use your unique style to create your own look.

Fabric Suggestion:

Linen, crepe, silk or fine wool.

Pattern Format

Single-Size Hard Copy
Single-size hard copy sewing pattern, mailed to your delivery address.

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9 reviews for Tully Pant

  1. 5 out of 5

    Format Reviewed: Single-Size PDF Download

    (verified owner):

    Lovely pattern, didn’t use the cuff but lengthen leg. No other alterations needed, I made the size 12. The instructions aren’t beginner friendly but they are easy to put together if you use a magnifying lens! This is the second pair of pants I have made by Style arc the other pair were the Clare pants which I love.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Format Reviewed: Single-Size Hard Copy

    (verified owner):

    I haven’t sewn the pants yet but the pattern looks so great.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Format Reviewed: Single-Size Hard Copy

    (verified owner):

    Great pattern, I have made it up 3 times now. The first time I used a light weight linen, and felt the legs were too tight, so I pulled the seam apart and added a strip down the outside leg, which ended up adding not only extra room, but a bit of style too!
    2nd pair I did in a stretch wool check but left off the paperbag waist by cutting the band on the foldline. Worked well.
    3rd pair were in a wool check, with no stretch. Ok, but would always opt for a bit of stretch in the fabric or a little extra in the leg in future, especially around the knee area.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Format Reviewed: Single-Size PDF Download

    (verified owner):

    Love these pants! Made them true to size and they fit perfectly. Sewn in a red stretch twill suiting (5% spandex) and I get compliments on them every time I wear them out.
    I modified the pattern a little bit by tapering the cuff and folding it in half before sewing (so that there’s no hemming), and I was pleased with the result. I also top stitched everything for a more professional look.
    Would make again! Maybe with a black crepe for more flow.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Format Reviewed: Single-Size PDF Download

    (verified owner):

  6. 4 out of 5

    Format Reviewed: Single-Size Hard Copy

    (verified owner):

    I made these pants in a wool/cashmere pinstripe left over from making a boyfriend blazer years ago. The size 12 fits well after taking a chunk out of the centre back as usual for my sway back and the pattern works well with the striped cuffs. Worn with the blazer and a simple top I have a modern take on a business suit!
    Iā€™m planning to hack another trouser pattern to include the paperbag waist from these.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Format Reviewed: Single-Size Hard Copy

    (verified owner):

    I am extremely petite and was very happy to find a pattern company that make patterns that actually fit me. The finish d product looks fantastic.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Format Reviewed: Single-Size PDF Download

    (verified owner):

    Wonderful easy common sense sewing! Pant looked lovely…on my friend. I needed a bigger size, as my leg is fuller and I suppose I am accustomed to oversized commercial patterns needing to be taken in. I did not trust the style arc pattern and sized down. Now I know better, and I have happily made myself a true to size pair.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Format Reviewed: Single-Size PDF Download

    (verified owner):

    I bought this in a 22, just going on my usual pant size without checking any measurements and they are perfect! I made them in a bold Floral stretch cotton sateen.I really like the fit and style of these pants. I am an experienced sewer so I just made them in my own order without following the instructions, as I found the instructions a little hard to follow. If making again I would tighten the elastic a bit and just extend the leg rather than have the little cuff unless I did use a stripe as pictured.

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Finished Pattern Measurements (for size 10):

  • Waist with relaxed elastic: 69 cm / 27 1/8"
  • Hip: 105 cm / 41 3/8"
  • Thigh (5 cm / 2" down from crotch): 62 cm / 24 3/8"
  • In leg length: 63 cm / 24 3/4"
  • Total crotch from under elastic: 62 cm / 24 3/8"
  • Leg opening: 36 cm / 14 1/8"

Fabric Estimate:

sizes4-1416-2022-30
WIDTH 148 cm (58") 1.5 m (1.6 yd)1.75 m (1.9 yd) 2.15 m (2.4 yd)

WIP

Elastic - 38 mm / 1 1/2" wide.

Finished measurement (Note: 2 cm / 3/4" allowed for seams):

sizesmeasurement
438.1 cm / 15"
641.9 cm / 16 1/2"
845.7 cm / 18"
1049.5 cm / 19 1/2"
1253.3 cm / 21"
1457.2 cm / 22 1/2"
1661.0 cm / 24"
1864.8 cm / 25 1/2"
2068.6 cm / 27"
2272.4 cm / 28 1/2"
2476.2 cm / 30"
2680 cm / 31 1/2"
2883.8 cm / 33"
3087.6 cm / 34 1/2"

Sizing Help


Size Chart - CM

Size A. Shoulder Breadth (cm) B. Upper Arm Girth (cm) C. Bust (cm) D. Waist (cm) E. Hip (cm)
4 34.4 26.4 77 60 83
6 35.6 27.6 82 65 88
8 36.8 28.8 87 70 93
10 38 30 92 75 98
12 39.2 31.2 97 80 103
14 40.4 32.4 102 85 108
16 41.6 33.6 107 90 113
18 42.8 34.8 112 95 118
20 44 36 118 100 124
22 45.2 37.2 124 106 130
24 46.4 38.4 130 112 136
26 47.6 39.6 136 118 142
28 48.8 40.8 142 124 148
30 50 42 148 130 154

Size Chart - Inches

Size A. Shoulder Breadth (inches) B. Upper Arm Girth (inches) C. Bust (inches) D. Waist (inches) E. Hip (inches)
4 13.5 10.5 30.3 23.5 32.6
6 14 10.9 32.3 25.5 34.6
8 14.5 11.3 34.3 27.5 36.6
10 15 11.8 36.2 29.5 38.6
12 15.4 12.3 38.2 31.5 40.6
14 15.9 12.8 40.2 33.5 42.5
16 16.4 13.2 42.1 35.5 44.5
18 16.9 13.7 44.1 37.5 46.5
20 17.3 14.2 46.5 39.5 48.8
22 17.8 14.6 48.8 42 51.2
24 18.3 15.1 51.2 44.5 53.5
26 18 3/4 15 5/8 53 1/2 46.5 56
28 19 1/4 16 1/8 56 48.5 58 1/4
30 19 3/4 16 5/8 58 1/4 50.5 61

Size Conversion Table

ALPHA SIZING AUSTRALIA UK US FRANCE ITALY JAPAN
XXS 6 6 2 34 38 5
XS 8 8 4 36 40 7
S 10 10 6 38 42 9
M 12 12 8 40 44 11
L 14 14 10 42 46 13
XL 16 16 12 44 48 15
XXL 18 18 14 46 50 17

How Do I Know What Size I Am?

Choosing your pattern size is the most important step and we will help you determine this with these easy to follow steps.

  1. When taking your measurements ensure that you take them against your skin and not over clothing. One can wear a comfortable bra and knickers whilst measuring, as this will provide you with the most accurate measurements.
  2. Tape measure has to sit firmly around the points you are measuring. But be careful not to pull it too tight, as this will give you the incorrect size.
  3. When measuring circumferences (B, C, D, E) it is important to note that the tape measure must remain parallel to the floor. It is sometimes best to take the measurements in front of a mirror; this will help you see the angle of the tape measure.
  4. You will only require the basic body measurements to determine your pattern size which is indicated on our mannequin below:
A. Shoulder Breadth

Place the tape at the edge of the shoulder. Measure along the top of the shoulder blade/across the highest point of the shoulders to the other edge, following the natural slope and allow an extra finger for ease of any movement.

B. Upper Arm Girth

This point is taken as a circumference at your widest point of your upper arm.

C. Bust

This point is taken as a circumference parallel to the floor at the fullest part of your chest.

D. Waist

This point is taken as a circumference and taken at the smallest part of your waist.

E. Hip

This point is taken as a circumference parallel to the floor at the widest part of your hips.


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