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Stitch and Stash Ltd

Closet Core Mitchell trousers

Regular price $26.00 USD
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Inspired by a genius songwriter with timeless style, Mitchell is a modern twist on a classic pleated trouser. Elegant and comfortable with very special details, they are destined to become your new favourite bottoms.

The Mitchell Trousers are high-waisted with a fly front zipper and a comfy hidden waistband facing for a sleek continuous silhouette through the rise; choose between a hidden pants hook and bar or classic button closure.

Deep pleats in the front enclose a unique angled pocket. Darts shape the back, with optional back welt pockets. View A features a tapered leg ending at the ankle. View B features a full-length wide leg and adjustable waist straps secured with D-rings or sliders.

Fabric

For a structured look, use sturdy woven fabrics like light to midweight denim, twill and canvas, and midweight linen, cotton, and wool suiting.For a softer effect, choose midweight fabrics with drape, such as tencel twill, wool crepe, or silk noil.
Notions
  • Fusible interfacing, 1/2 yd (0.45 m) for 58” wide interfacing, 1 yd (0.9 m) for 20” wide interfacingPocket lining, 3/4 yd (0.7 m) for 45” or 58” wide fabric
  • Pants zipper
    0-20 Size Range: sizes 0-6 = 5" long, sizes 8-16 = 6" long, sizes 18-20 = 7" long
    14-32 Size Range: sizes 14-20 = 7" long, sizes 22-28 = 8" long, sizes 30-32 = 9" long
  • Sew-in hook & bar closure for pants, 1/2" (13mm) orPants button to secure fly front, 5/8" (16 mm)
  • Button for inside waistband, 5/8” (16 mm)
  • Thread in matching colour
    Optional: Slider buckles or D-Rings for adjustable waist straps, 2 pairs x 1 1/2” (38 mm)
    Optional: Small buttons to secure back pocket welts, 3/8 - 1/2" (10-15 mm)
    Optional: Twill tape to reinforce front pocket openings, 1/2 yd (0.5 m)
    Optional: Double fold bias tape for finishing waistband (may be replaced with serged stitch), 2 yds (1.75 m)
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