Finally the pattern, all the pictures and the step by step instructions came together and I am very proud to present to you: MariaDenmark 301 – Winnie Wide Legged Trousers E-book Pattern:

I love these trousers. They are flattering whether you have small or larger hips, because the wide legs drapes and balances out the proportions, as long as you wear them with a fitted top. I love the curved interfaced waistband which keeps in the tummy fluff (or cuddly bits – whatever:-)) And the rounded pockets are just cute.

If you want some cute and flattering trousers too, but have been afraid to sew them, because of the hard-to-fit factor, now is your chance: Join us in the Trouser-Fit-n-Sew-along, and within a month you’ll have your own well fitting trousers + know how to fit your next pair!

I’ll publish the first segment of the fit-along soon, but first I have a 40th birthday party to go to.. See you on the other side!


4 replies
  1. Lizzy says:

    I put on my very rough muslin pair (the fabric cost me less than $4) and my husband said “you made them?? They look awesome.” He’s pretty biased when it comes to my appearance but he was really impressed – and they are so simple!!! Genius. Love them Maria. Can’t wait to make a ‘proper’ pair.


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  1. […] It’s got a mandarin collar, princess seams and fitted waist.  CUTE as a button. And whilst I’ve got other things tinkling away, and jackets and outerwear will keep me very busy ( and scared!) here’s something else I want to scare myself with: making this wonderful Super130 wool into a nice pair of trousers, maybe these Winnie (has to be dont you think?!) wide-legged trousers by Maria Denmark […]

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