SEWING

EMERSON PRINTED PATTERN + NEW HIGH RISE OPTION

October 4, 2018

Today the Emerson Pant and Short was rereleased as a paper pattern in addition to the original mid rise fit. The pattern is also now available as both a paper and a pdf pattern depending on your preference.

I have always loved the Emerson pattern because it is such a beginner friendly option for a pant pattern. It was designed to pair with the Ogden cami, and now that there is a high rise option, it pairs even better for a faux jumpsuit look.

The pattern now includes four views to accomodate the preferences of shorts or crop pants and both waist height options. The original mid rise option hits a couple of inches below the waist with a slightly curved front waistband and comfortable elastic back waistband. The new high rise option hits at the natural waist with a straight front waistband and the same elastic back waistband.

If you have bought the Emerson pattern in the past, you will receive an email sometime today with the updated pdf pattern. If you do not get the email by tomorrow, feel free to email us at contact@truebias.com with your proof of purchase and we can get it for you.

The PDF version of the pattern is discounted by 20% for the launch through this Monday October 8th, no code needed. Let us know if you have any questions.

I hope you are as excited as I am about this.

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5 Comments

  • Reply withlovebyeva October 5, 2018 at 12:42 AM

    Love this new rise!

  • Reply Amber October 5, 2018 at 6:02 AM

    Yay! Wow, I can’t wait to make more emersons! It is a great pattern. Thank you for making this option!

  • Reply PsychicSewerKathleen October 5, 2018 at 7:51 AM

    Thank you for releasing this pattern in print – these are just the type of pants I wear all the time. I’m looking forward to making up a few pairs in linen for next summer!

  • Reply Joanne Robinson October 6, 2018 at 2:47 AM

    I have made three pairs of Emersons and love them so much. They are easy for beginners to make but with a professional finish. I plan to make the new higher waist version out of some tartan that I can wear with tights and boots over the winter.

  • Reply vanita November 3, 2018 at 5:16 AM

    can we make this dress

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