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Classic Sew Indulgent Box - August

*** Available to order from June 15 to July 14. Ships on August 3***
The Hudson pant is the piece of clothing that you will wear all of the time. It is comfortable enough to wear around the house, but can easily be dressed up to go run errands. The urban fit of these pants leaves a bit of extra room around the hips and then tapers into a skinny leg. View A is a full length pant and View B is midcalfMore...
In this box, you will receive the pattern, fabric of your choice, and all the notions to match your fabric

Pattern: Hudson Pants from True Bias

Skill Level: Confident Beginner

What you should know (or desire to learn): Sewing with knits, inserting an elastic waistband, sewing cuffs, sewing pockets

Fabric Options: Read more about the fabric options here.

  • Aubergine Tencel Cotton Fleece - This tencel cotton fleece is incredibly soft and flexible. And it is amazingly thin, making it perfect for the slim fit pants. In a lush, aubergine color, it's not a fabric you see very often for sweatpants. The look of these Hudsons will be rich and one of a kind, just like everything in your handmade wardrobe.
  • Charcoal Merino Bamboo Fleece - If you want warmth, this is the fabric for you. Merino wool is incredibly fine, making this fabric super soft and not at all scratchy. The charcoal gray looks like wool suiting, and on the pair I made for myself, I even used the wrong side (which is white) for the pocket trim. An amazing fleece, this fabric is destined to become your absolute favorite pair of pants in your closet.

      Also in this box: Matching thread, 2 inch wide elastic, 1/4" wide drawstring, small cut of fusible interfacing, and a ballpoint sewing needle.

      Additional Patterns: In this box, we are giving you two additional patterns to complete your loungewear wardrobe. While we aren't giving you the fabric and notions for the patterns, they will be great additions to your pattern library (Plus they are a $36 value!)

      • Nikko Top from True Bias
      • Toaster Sweater from Sew House Seven