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The full-cut Campanule trousers feature pockets inserted in the side seams.

The supple waistband is embellished with a detachable belt slipped through loops, gently concealing the elastic.


To make these trousers, you'll need 4 small scraps of fabric to match the trouser fabric, visible at the pocket entrance (see last photo).


Trousers can be lengthened or shortened without compromising the zero remnant pattern. 


To choose your size, rely on the pelvis measurement in our size attachment. If you're at the very end of the size range, we recommend you take the size above.


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Campanula trousers - zero waste Pattern PDF - Ecojolie- (E-F)

  • Advanced level

    A person who can :

    • make all types of garments, who is comfortable with sewing and has      been sewing for several years, and who knows sewing techniques and      technical terms.
    • sew with fluid, elastic materials....
    • set up a sewing machine and own a serger.
    • draw up a pattern with the help of a reduced-size side diagram.

Choosing your pattern size

- Patterns are based on a stature (height) of 1.65 m.
- These measurements do not include the ease of the garment, but are used to select the pattern size (A, B, C....).
- Measure in your underwear.
- Adopt an upright posture, with feet close together, without pulling in your stomach, and remember to breathe: a natural, relaxed posture.
- For greater precision, and if you can, ask someone to help you take the measurements.
- If you're measuring alone, position yourself in front of a mirror to make sure the tape measure is horizontal.
- The tape should lie flat all the way around.
- The tape should rest loosely and loosely on the body, horizontal and parallel to the ground. Make sure you can get a thumb flat under the tape.
- Write down your measurements to make future purchases easier.

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