Hi everyone! How are you all? I’m back this week with a new make! Yes, you heard it right, I finally sewed something after weeks of not being able to spend some time with my sewing machine.
My new make is the perfect addition to my autumn wardrobe, and it is no other than the Thea Pants by StyleArc. After spending the entire summer melting in 40 degrees and wearing nothing but dresses and shorts, I was very much looking forward to the weather cooling down. And as a matter of fact, the minute September came, the temperature dropped, and I found myself looking for the trousers and the cardigans in my wardrobe.
I have quite a few loose-fitting trousers that I bought years ago and really enjoyed wearing in the transitional seasons, but I wanted to make something new to spruce things up a bit! I knew that the beautiful viscose twill I chose from Minerva Crafts was going to be perfect for trousers and since I loved the paperbag waist style last year I wanted to create something similar. After spending some time looking for the perfect pattern, I decided to go for the Thea Pants by Style Arc.
The Thea Pants are loose-fitting trousers with statement pockets and a very smart construction that uses the top of the pockets as belt loops for the belt that comes with the trousers. It is the first Style Arc pattern that I tried, and I’m really pleased with the result, however there are a couple of things that I didn’t like.
If you want to read my detailed pattern review, head over to Minerva Crafts.
Until the next time, happy sewing!