Mid-Rise Ginger Jeans Pattern - PDF Download
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Our best-selling Ginger Jeans are now available in a universally flattering mid-rise cut! These jeans are the daily staple you’ll reach for again and again.
This PDF only jeans pattern includes a skinny and stovepipe leg option, both options featuring a tummy-slimming pocket stay. Hitting just below the belly button (about halfway between the low and high rise of the original Ginger Jeans), the Mid-Rise Ginger Jeans feature subtly shaped back pockets to highlight the curve of the bum, slimming side seams and a higher back rise to prevent peekabooty. Designed for stretch denim, Ginger Jeans will hug you in all the right places.
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Ginger Mid-rise Jeans are available as an instant gratification PDF you can print at home or your local copy shop; see our guide to printing & assembling PDF files here. Our meticulously written and easy to follow instructions are designed to give everyone beautiful results regardless of skill level.
Model notes: Our model is 5'-7" and is wearing a size 12.
Jeans: Stretch denim with at least 2% lycra. Very lightweight denims are not recommended for View A.
Lining: Medium weight wovens, such as quilting cotton.
All sizes: .5 yd / .5m
45" / 1.14m
0-6 = 2.5yd/2.3m, 8-12 = 2.75yd/2.5m, 14-20 = 3yd/2.75m
58" / 1.5m
0-6 = 1.5yd/1.4m, 8-12 = 2yd/1.8m, 14-20 = 2.25yd/2m
- Jeans button
- Denim rivets (optional)
- Denim zipper (6"-8")
- Topstitching & regular thread
- 1/4 yd fusible interfacing
- Marking tool
- Denim needles
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): 61 pages
Copy Shop (36"x48" / A0): 3 pages
From the Closet Case Patterns Community
I'm teaching a jeans class soon and selected the Ginger jeans as a choice for the class participants. I've made two pair in preparation for the class and must say I do love them. The instructions are clear, helpful and include all those little things you need to know about when you make jeans. I know the class is going to love the pattern too!
I’ve been sewing for about three years and have been unable to move past the “advanced beginner” level. I’ve been wanting to up my sewing game, but I have great difficulty reading and understanding sewing directions. I’m definitely a visual learner. Enter the Ginger Jeans online course! It’s exactly what I needed for success.. I was able to complete a beautiful pair of jeans without even opening the directions. The are some small changes I will make next time, but hey...practice makes perfect! Thanks Closet Case for a great online course!
Jeans once were on my list of “never sew” items. So I settled for ill fitting pants. On a whim, after a particularly unpleasant jeans shopping trip I decided to give it a go. I’m so happy I did. After perfecting fit with a test muslin I made jeans that fit me well. No more hiking up. No more too short rise. No more gappy waist. I’m a convert. The directions are easy to follow and understand. I do recommend ordering the buttons and rivets from Closet Case. Worth the cost.
I haven't ise the pattern yet, but just a look and I love it. The envelope, the pamphlet, the illustration art are so beautiful. Now I need a good time to sew a great looking jean.
Pattern arrived earlier than anticipated and is easy to assemble. Pants fit great and I plan on making many more.
The pattern instructions are difficult to follow. Did not match up with illustrations. Did not make sense. Illustrations differed from one to the other. Took me four hours to figure out how to put the pockets in. Two hours on the zipper. Had to be ripped out completely at least once. I’ve made wedding dresses,prom dresses, christening Dresses, so I know what I’m doing when it comes to sewing. Other reviewer’s commented how easy it was to do at a workshop. Probably because they had someone who already made these pants explaining the process. Rather than trying to follow the written instructions. Now that they’re finally finished they do look nice. But it certainly was not worth the time and effort it took to make this pair of jeans.