The Star Child Skinny Jeans pattern is the perfect skinny jean for the cool kids in your life! Choose from a traditional button fly, modified faux fly or soft, elasticated waist. You can add hip pockets and back pockets. Finally, there are instructions for embellishing your garment using reverse appliqué or fabric paint.
This is a close fitting pattern and requires stretch woven fabric with a minimum of 30% stretch, 50%+ being better. The pattern includes a stretch guide to help you calculate the stretch of your fabric. Stretch denim is ideal but other mid-weight stretch wovens will work well too. Knit fabrics are not suitable for this pattern. This pattern is drafted for children who wear undies. It is not suitable for children who wear nappies (cloth or disposable). If you would like a jeans pattern for nappy wearers then I recommend the Twist & Shout.
This pattern is designed for those sewing at an intermediate level or higher.
The Star Child Skinny Jeans pattern is gender neutral and goes from Age 2 to Age 12.
This listing is for 4 downloadable PDF files: Instructions, a print-at-home pattern, a copy shop pattern and a projector pattern.
Print the print-at-home pattern on A4/legal/letter sized paper.
Take the copy shop file to a professional printer to print onto large sheets of paper.
Use the projector file to project the pattern straight onto your fabric.
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The measurement charts for all W&W patterns can be found here.
The pattern is created in layers meaning you can print just the layers (sizes) you need.
If you would like a beginner-friendly woven pattern, try the Wayfinder Pants/Trousers.
This is an instant download PDF, not a finished item. Due to the digital nature of PDF patterns, no refund can be given if purchased in error.
Kate (verified owner) –
This is a great pattern. Clear, easy to follow instructions, and it includes three different waistband/fly styles. The proportions of the pockets and everything is perfect. They were really fun to make, and I can’t wait to make my next pair.