Itch to Stitch has just released yet another amazing pattern. Joggers have been a pretty major trend lately, but there are more patterns out there for knit joggers than for woven joggers. As the name suggests, the Tierras are a pattern for woven joggers.
The Tierras Woven Joggers are a low rise woven pants pattern designed for fabric with little to no stretch for sizes 00 – 20. With an elastic & drawstring waist, deep side pockets (but not inseam pockets!) and two hem options, I’m pretty sure you need this pattern too.
I made my standard adjustment – to add length. I added 3″ at the lengthen/shorten line on the legs. Then, after a quick muslin, I raised the rise – 1″ all the way around, with an extra 1″ at the centre back, and scooped out the booty curve just a little to accommodate my sassy booty. Together, these adjustments left me with a medium rise, although the pattern is for a medium-low rise (my first muslin pair was most definitely low rise).
I tried on these pants with a dozen different shirts, and I was surprised to find I liked the crop top look with them. That’s another big trend lately. I had previously decided I was too curvy to pull off a crop top with pants, but you know what? I like it. And I don’t really care what anyone else thinks. I think I’ll wear more crop tops this summer. 🙂
I used an olive coloured tencel twill that I bought locally at Fabricland. This pattern works wonderfully with tencel, as it is so soft and drapey, that you basically end up wearing secret pyjamas. 😉
Regularly $10USD, on sale for only $8USD for the first week, the pattern comes with two hem options – the regular hem, which is what I made, or an elastic cuff for a very on-trend look. The waistband has elastic and also a drawstright, but of course you can make your own drawstring! There’s a tutorial on how right here on the Itch to Stitch blog.
I also paired these pants with the Itch to Stitch Lisbon Cardigan to bare a little less skin.
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