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M is for Moto Joggers - Instant download PDF sewing pattern

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$7.50 AUD
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$10.00 AUD
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$7.50 AUD
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M is for Moto Joggers is a multi-sized ladies jogging/lounge pant pattern with moto detailing (optional), side seam pockets (optional) and an elastic waist band. The pattern is designed to sit 2 inches below the natural waist, with extra room across the hips, a very slightly dropped crotch and skinny/tapered legs. It includes several different length and cuff finishing options and the option to add a decorative tie to the centre front.

 Perfect for trendy jogging pants, comfy lounge pants, drape-y slouch pants for wearing with heels, stretch shorts, capris or PJ pants. This is a super flexible pattern and a nice quick sew, perfect for beginners (and everyone else).

Computer drafted, print and cut pdf. pattern. (no scaling required)
Step by step tutorial with photos.


Multi size with a low hip measurement from 88cm to 113cm

Any knit or woven fabric with a small amount of crosswise stretch (that stretches one way, across the width of the fabric) can be used for this pattern.  Best results are achieved if a rib knit is used for the leg cuffs.


One of the joys of a digital product is that delivery is both instant and free!

When you finish your purchase you will recieve an email with a link to download your PDF Pattern. You can print out your pattern on regular letter or A4 paper and tape it together, or send the file off to the printers to get it printed in A0 format (so you don't have to tape it together).

The pattern comes with beginner friendly written instructions with illustrations for each step.

If you purchase this pattern and find it too hard, you realize it's not what you wanted or you are dissatisfied with it in any way you can contact me within 30 days and receive a full refund.

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