Threads Logo Threads Logo Facebook Email Pinterest Twitter Instagram Favorite Navigation Search Icon Main Search Icon Close Icon Video Play Icon Indicator Arrow Icon Close Icon Hamburger/Search Icon Plus Icon
How-to

Pattern Review: Burda 7535 Pants

Sep 09, 2010
Article Image

Style Tip: Pair these billowy pants with a fitted top to balance the look.

This review was originally featured in Threads #150 (August/September 2010).

Burda 7535

An unusual fly front makes these Bohemian-style pants a standout. The angled fly forms a diagonal zipperless opening for an eye-catching detail. The waistline is defined with either a wide, shaped band or by a narrow yoke with long bias ties. The full thigh area tapers below the knee and makes for stylish comfort. The pant leg also features a large, horizontal dart just below the knee. There are quite a few pattern pieces to both waistbands and many look similar, especially after removing them from the paper pattern. It is recommended to either keep the paper pattern intact until the last minute or carefully mark each piece when removing the pattern. Lightweight fabrics with some drape, such as cotton gauze or even seersucker, are appropriate.

(Sized 6–20 for hips 32.5–44 in.)

Style Tip: Pair these billowy pants with a fitted top to balance the look.

-Tested by Leslie Ashcraft, Tijeras, New Mexico

Have you made this pattern? If so, be sure to share pictures in our Readers Closet gallery.

Sign up for the Threads Eletter

Get the latest from Threads delivered straight to your inbox.

×
Discuss

Threads Insider

Get instant access to hundreds of videos, tutorials, patterns, and more.

Start Your Free Trial

Already an Insider? Log in

Subscribe to Threads today

Save up to 37% and get a free gift

Subscribe

Log in or create an account to post a comment.

More From Threads

Threads Insider Exclusives

View All
View All

Highlights

  • Sign up for the Threads Eletter

    Get the latest from Threads delivered straight to your inbox.

  • SewStylish

    SewStylish

    Take a look inside the pages of SewStylish Spring 2017.

  • CraftStylish

    CraftStylish

    Expert craft tutorials, news, and tips for sewing, knitting, crochet, quilting, paper crafts, embroidery, jewelry making, and more!