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From Wardrobe By Me:

Men's Five-pocket jeans sewing pattern is a pair of classic, five-pocket jeans with a relaxed fit and boot-cut legs. The jeans have a regular waist ending at the belly button, and the waistband is cut straight. The details include a front zipper, classic curved front pockets, a coin pocket, and pointed back pockets. Complete the look with heavy topstitching, rivets, and a jeans button. Are you wondering where to buy denim and hardware? Read the blog with links to fabric shops around the world.  

The sewing pattern features:

  • Straight waistband
  • Curved front pockets
  • One coin pocket
  • Back pockets
  • Back yoke
  • Front fly with zipper
  • Straight waistband with belt loops
  • Straight leg

Recommended Fabrics: Make your jeans with 10-13 oz woven non-stretch denim, canvas, or other similar weight and fabric types. Use a medium-weight woven cotton lining for the front pockets, such as quilting cotton. Heavyweight topstitch thread in a contrasting color, such as" Gütermann denim 100". 

Sizes: Men's jeans size 26"-42".