NEW:: Yvonna Yoga Pants Sewing Pattern

The comfy pants sewing pattern

Is anyone else like me, that when you go home, you immediately switch into your comfy pants? I love being comfortable while I’m at home and of course while doing a bit of yoga too! This Yoga pants sewing pattern was designed with a gathered waistband detail so that you can feel stylish in comfy pants.

No longer will you feel like you’re wearing a pair of blah sweatpants at home. Look cute and feel comfy with this yoga pant pattern. Time to get those cute comfy pants on 🙂


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Yvonna Yoga Pants Sewing Pattern

~ Select a mid-heavy weight knit with more body for this Yoga Pants sewing pattern. You want a less drape/slinky material. Your material should have 4% or more of elastane/lycra/spandex to have good recovery.

Below is the quantity of fabric needed (based on 58” wide 150cm):
~ 1 3/4 yards sizes 0-14 (1.6 Meters)
~ 2 1/4 yards sizes 16-22 (2.1 Meters)

~ This Yoga pants pattern has sizes 0-22
~ No serger/overlock required when using jersey/knits
~ Style #15100 Yvonna Yoga Pants Sewing pattern by Gina Renee Designs
~ Whether you choose to use them for yoga or just comfy pants, you’ll feel stylish with this loungewear/activewear sewing pattern.

~ This is a PDF pants sewing pattern that you print out to use. (Letter or A4 paper sizes)
~ There are step-by-step photos with this Yoga Pants sewing tutorial and pattern.
~ There is one file you will be able to instantly download as soon as your payment is confirmed.
~ The pattern pieces are all professionally drawn by CAD illustrations – this is a very professional Pants sewing pattern.
~ I try to make the instructions easy to follow along with simple wording, making it a fun sewing project!
~ This is a great Yoga Pants pattern for women, so comfy you’ll want to wear them all day!

Sew your own Yvonna Yoga Pants today!

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