Morgan Boyfriend Jeans pattern | PDF Download // by Closet Case Patterns
Morgan Boyfriend Jeans pattern // by Closet Case Patterns
Morgan Boyfriend Jeans pattern // by Closet Case Patterns
Morgan Boyfriend Jeans pattern // by Closet Case Patterns
Morgan Boyfriend Jeans pattern // by Closet Case Patterns
Morgan Boyfriend Jeans pattern // by Closet Case Patterns
Morgan Boyfriend Jeans pattern // by Closet Case Patterns
Morgan Boyfriend Jeans pattern // by Closet Case Patterns
Morgan Boyfriend Jeans pattern // by Closet Case Patterns
Morgan Boyfriend Jeans pattern // by Closet Case Patterns
Morgan Boyfriend Jeans pattern // Technical flats // by Closet Case Patterns
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  • DESCRIPTION
  • FABRIC & SUPPLIES
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    Meet Morgan, slim boyfriend jeans designed for non-stretch & selvedge denim. Inspired by old school denim style but with a fresh, modern cut, Morgan Jeans are engineered to flatter. 

    Featuring a mid-rise, traditional five pocket construction,  contoured waistband, tapered leg and button fly, Morgan fits snugly through the hip but relaxes and conforms to your curves with a little wear (size up for a slouchier, more casual fit). Choose between a regular or cropped inseam, and add an optional leather waistband patch. 

    Want help sourcing jean making supplies? Check out our fly front and button fly hardware kits for professional looking me-made jeans!


    Morgan is also available as a beautifully printed pattern. This is an instant gratification PDF download available in both print-at-home and copy shop formats. See our guide to printing & assembling PDF files here


    Model notes: Our model is 5'-7" and is wearing a size 12.

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    SUGGESTED FABRIC

    JEANS: Light to heavyweight non-stretch & selvedge denim (please note that heavier weight denims do not have as much give and may require going up a size)

    POCKETS: Medium weight wovens, such as quilting cotton.

    YARDAGE REQUIREMENTS

    Lining
    All sizes: .5 yd / .5m

    30" / .8m
    0-6 = 3.25yd/3m, 8-14 = 3.5yd/3.25m, 16-20 = 3.75yd/3.5m

    45" / 1.14m
    0-6 = 1.75yd/1.6m, 8-14 = 2yd/1.8m, 16-20 = 2.75yd/2.55m

    58" / 1.5m
    0-6 = 1.5yd/1.4m, 8-14 = 1.75yd/1.8m, 16-20 = 2.25yd/2m

    ADDITIONAL SUPPLIES

    • Jeans buttons (size 0-14 x 4, size 16-18 x 5, size 20 x 6)
    • Denim rivets (optional)
    • Topstitching & regular thread
    • 1/4 yd fusible interfacing
    • Marking tool
    • Denim needles
    • A small patch of leather for optional waistband patch

     

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    Sewing level: Intermediate

    Sizes: 0 - 20 (see our sizing chart here)

    Finished measurements: See complete final measurements here

    Instructions: English or French

    Print at Home File (Letter & A4): 32 pages

    Copy Shop (36"x48" / A0): 2 pages

     

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Morgan jeans

I’m so excited to be making my own jeans! The directions were so clear but the size was too big according to my measurements. I was happy to make my normal size. I’ve made 4 pairs and am wearing one right now!

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S.W.
Pink perfection

Loved making this pattern! Fly was a bit tricky but all worked out in the end

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s.v.
winner winner

Love this pattern. Bought the kit with fabric, zip, thread, etc. Everything went togther very well. Love the fabric (cone denim) and the pattern is great. I like both these and Ginger. Love the instructions. Very clear and easy to follow.

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D.K.
❤️❤️

Love this pattern!

J
J.K.
Loved it

I loved making these jeans.!The button fly added a special touch. Not only is the video super informative, but Heather is very prompt in answering questions.

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W.O.
Morgan Jeans 2 Thumbs up!

They fit very well on my first attempt. The only alterations were personal preference, I put in a fly zip and I used 7/8 seam allowances on the leg side seams and inseams for a closer fit. Pattern instructions were thorough and easy to follow. I know I will be making many more pairs! Sorry for pic quality, definitely not a photographer.