A little peek inside our sewing patterns so that you can examine our practical chipboard envelopes (that will fit bulky traced patterns without tearing), our beautiful garment tags, and our thorough instruction booklets.
I received a Facebook message yesterday from Fallon, a prospective Jutland Pants sewist, wondering if we happened to have a discount code going for our Jutland Pants PDF pattern. We didn’t but we do now! Thanks for the idea, Fallon! Good luck with your hunting pant project!
To get you inspired to sew some pants for Fall, here is a gallery of some amazing finished and in progress Jutland Pants, all gathered from #jutlandpants on Instagram. Above you can see a gorgeous pair of Jutland Shorts sewn by @inder_khalsa
@ingvesmakesandmends embellished her fly topstitching with beautifully precise hand stitches.
These wool Jutland Pants were sewn by @11400knit for her partner, Dave.
This photo, also by @ingvesmakesandmends, provides a great view of some of the optional rugged details found within the Jutland Pants pattern: Cargo pockets, knee and hem reinforcements and flat fell side seams.
There are loads of details included in the pattern (even optional lining pieces to make cozy flannel lined trousers!) but you can always add more! @kirstyteacat added a small pocket designed to perfectly fit her husband’s torch.
@uktriggerfish added custom topstitching to the Jutland patch pockets. Do you think the recipient’s name begins with a T?
The Jutland Pants included a curved pocket reminiscent of jeans while the Jedediah Pants include slash pockets. As @_ym.sews_ discusses in her Instagram caption, they are fairly straightforward to mix and match so that you can sew the style of pocket you prefer.
@wouter.vdub always impresses me with his attention to detail. He created some lovely welt pockets while constructing his colourful Jutland Shorts.
@silkandtweed.scotland sewed her partner some waxed denim Jutlands.
While @lisa.poblenz (photo shared by @pintuckandpurl) used the base Jutland pattern to sew herself some summer shorts. She bought the pattern to sew for her partner but it has served double duty now! Notice the red bartacks and creative slash pockets.
Last but not least, here are two examples of modelled Jutlands. These practical and nicely fitted cargos were sewn by @_stitchesandseams_ for her partner who is apparently already asking for another pair!
@bustersew shows us that the Jutlands can be dressed up too! Sew variation one in a twill or suiting to wear with a Fairfield Button-up.
Ready to try your hand at trousers? Get the PDF or Tissue pattern 20% off until Friday, Sept. 22nd. Use the code FALLJUTLAND and head to our shop >
I shared this on Facebook a couple of weeks ago but my thoughts keep drifting back to this inspiring company so I felt the need to share their work with you via the blog as well. Have you heard of Zero Waste Daniel?
His team’s work is certainly fuel for my imagination. What would you make using your scraps and this enlightened perspective?