Introducing The Oxbow Pants Pattern!


Meet our latest pattern, the Oxbow Pants! A high rise, 70's inspired pant or jean designed for 10 - 13 oz denim, twill, canvas or other non-stretch pant weight fabrics.

This may sound redundant, but I'm thrilled to finally be releasing this pattern. I started it way back in 2018, but just never found time to get the fit perfected until more recently. So true to form, I'm releasing it years later and just in time for summer's hot weather when most people are dreaming of sundresses and tank tops (haha). 

So enough with the excuses, Peggy. I'll just get on with telling you all about the Oxbow Pant pattern now. 

There are two versions.
View A has a slightly slimmer thigh and is cropped with a deep hem that appears slightly flared. The waistband features an extended button tab.
View B has a full length straight, semi-wide leg. The waistband is flush with the center front. 
Both Views are high rise, with a curved waistband and large button closure (waistbands A & B can be interchanged). Both are fitted through the waist and hips and feature front and back patch pockets and back darts. 
The pattern is available in PDF format right now. Printed patterns will come in a few months. 
Ashley wearing View B, Curvy size 20. These were sewn in a 13.5 oz, charcoal cone mills denim from Etsy.
Me (Peggy) wearing view A, size 6 in a deadstock 13 oz denim I purchased from Fancy Tiger years ago (it's out of stock now). 
Me (Peggy) wearing view B, size 6 in a natural bull denim that we will have in the Sew House Seven shop soon. 
I love how you can dress up or down a pair of pants or jeans just by changing your shirt and or shoes. I've styled my Oxbow Pants in so many different ways and cuffing the hems in just one way I like to create another look from the same pants. 
If you are intimidated by sewing pants, I hope you will give this pattern a try. It really isn't that difficult and I've tried to make the instructions very clear and thorough. I can finally say, after all of this practice sewing so many of these Oxbows, that I really enjoy sewing zipper flies and waistbands.
Thanks for reading!