The Adult's Urban Legs Pattern has a lot of awesome features. You have six length options to choose from including shorts, capri, crop, regular full length, long full length and tall. It has inseam length posted at each length option and also a chart to measure yourself for the perfect fit using our blending tutorial. The optional pockets are fun as well as the high waistband, narrow waistband or contoured waistband. You are sure to get your favorite fit! We have put a ton of time into this pattern and made change after change to get it just right. We hope you love it!
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This PDF sewing pattern comes in sizes XXS - 4XL.
This pattern is drafted to our curvy size chart (based on the female body type)
The Leggings pattern is designed to be made using 4-way, 50% stretch knit fabrics.
No trim pattern pages
Six length options noted in description
Three waistband options
Blending size chart and tutorial for a tailored to you fit
Layers printing feature is included for this pattern for your convenience.
Pattern pieces for all parts
Projector File with Layers
A0 Print Shop Pattern Pieces Option
Fabric Requirements Chart
Tips and Notes
Table of contents
Pattern Piece Diagram
Step-by-step instructions. Each step has a color photo for visual aid.
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This pattern is copy written.
You may use this pattern to create and sell dresses of your own. Giving credit to the pattern when selling would be appreciated, but not required.
You may not edit or recreate this pattern to sell.
You can not distribute this pattern to others.
You may not mass produce this pattern or clothing made using it.
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These are digital PDF Sewing Patterns. They are not paper patterns that you would receive in the mail. You will be able to download your pattern(s) immediately after purchase. They will also be available in your account to download any time. For more information on what a PDF Sewing Pattern is and how to use one, click here.
- This pattern is copy written. You may use this pattern to create and sell products of your own. Giving credit to the pattern when selling would be appreciated, but not required.
- You may not edit or recreate this pattern to sell.
- You can not distribute this pattern to others.
- You may not mass produce this pattern or clothing made using it.
Great pattern , easy for beginners.
These leggings were so easy to make and looking forward to making more.
Very easy to understand where to grade and change these leggings to get the best fit. I added length to the front for my belly and added length to the shorts for a mid thigh length. Photos are before the final cut and hem on the legs
I've made 3 pairs of urban legs so far.
The first two I wear under my dresses as 'chub rub' shorts and the 3rd is a simple black pair of cycling shorts.
Come autumn/winter I know I'll be making the longer length.
They sew together so quickly and even though I haven't needed to yet there are lots of instructions on how to adapt to the pattern to fit your shape.
Love the fit. Pocket markings don’t line up with pocket size when finished. I made my own adjustments.
This pattern was straight forward and easy to use. It fits my body perfectly. Now I can make my own leggings using cotton spandex instead of buying the polyester leggings that pill.
Made up my first urban leggings in denim jersey finished just under the knee - my favourite length. Really comfortable.
Facile à faire même pour une débutante. J'adore ces leggings courts d'entraînement ! :-)
Very simple, instructions clear, thank you
I was making these for my daughter who is a plus size. I sent her the sizing chart and she told me that based on the measurements given she would need an XL. I was skeptical, but did as she requested. NO WAY close to the right size. I had to make the 4XL to get the size she needed. And, yes, I did test the stretch of the fabric before I started. Fortunately, I had enough fabric to make the second pair. 😕