field trip cargo pants + raglan t-shirt sewing pattern

field trip cargo pants + raglan t-shirt sewing pattern
Price: $15.95
Brand: Oliver + S
Item: OLV-OS035FC
Average Rating: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
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These rough-and-tumble cargo pants will hold lots of tools and important toys for all the exciting adventures headed your way. In addition to the large cargo pockets at the side seams, the pants include back patch pockets and convenient front pockets. The articulated knees and pieced back and front panels give ample opportunity to add topstitching for rugged style. Add the simple knit raglan T-shirt with a chest pocket to complete the outfit.

 

field trip cargo pants + raglan t-shirt sewing pattern
  • These rough-and-tumble cargo pants will hold lots of tools and important toys for all the exciting adventures headed your way. In addition to the large cargo pockets at the side seams, the pants include back patch pockets and convenient front pockets. The articulated knees and pieced back and front panels give ample opportunity to add topstitching for rugged style. Add the simple knit raglan T-shirt with a chest pocket to complete the outfit.

    Skills Used

    Each of our patterns calls on a unique set of sewing skills. Haven't ever done one of these things before? Don't worry. We'll walk you through it, step by step.

    After successfully sewing this pattern, you will have developed the following skills: front hip pocket, knit fabric, patch pockets, and raglan sleeves.

    Suggested Fabrics

    Cargo Pants: Light- to medium-weight woven fabrics like quilting cotton, broadcloth, chambray, denim, fine-wale corduroy, poplin, and linen.
    T-Shirt: Light- to medium-weight knits with at least 25% stretch.

    Notions

    Cargo Pants: Coordinating thread, 1 yard 3/4" elastic, one 5/8” button (optional).
    T-Shirt: Coordinating thread.

    field trip cargo pants + raglan t-shirt sewing pattern

    Fabric Guide (fabric width: 44"-45")

    SIZE 6-12 M 12-18 M 18-24 M 2T 3T 4
    View A, Fabric A 1 1/4 yards 1 1/4 yards 1 1/4 yards 1 1/2 yards 1 1/2 yards 1 1/2 yards
    View A, Fabric B* 1/4 yard 1/4 yard 1/4 yard 1/4 yard 1/4 yard 1/4 yard
    View B, Fabric A** 1/2 yard 1/2 yard 1/2 yard 3/4 yard 3/4 yard 3/4 yard
    View B, Fabric B*** 1/2 yard 1/2 yard 1/2 yard 3/4 yard 3/4 yard 3/4 yard

    SIZE 5 6 7 8 10 12
    View A, Fabric A 1 3/4 yards 2  yards 2  yards 2 yards 2 1/4 yards 2 1/2 yards
    View A, Fabric B* 1/4 yard 1/4 yard 1/4 yard 1/4 yard 1/4 yard 1/4 yard
    View B, Fabric A** 3/4 yard 3/4 yard 3/4 yard 3/4 yard 1 yard 1 yard
    View B, Fabric B*** 3/4 yard 3/4 yard 3/4 yard 3/4 yard 1  yard 1  yard

    * Waistband facing
    ** Body
    *** Sleeves, neckband, and pocket



    Finished Measurements

    SIZE 6-12 M 12-18 M 18-24 M 2T 3T 4
    Pants, Waist* 29 1/2" 30" 30 3/4" 31 1/4" 32" 32 3/4"
    Pants, Outseam 16 3/4" 17 3/4" 18 1/2" 19 1/2" 21" 23 1/4"
    Pants, Inseam 11 1/4" 12" 12 1/2" 12 3/4" 14" 16"
    Shirt, Chest 21 1/4" 22 1/4" 23 1/4" 24 1/4" 25 1/4" 26 1/4"
    Shirt, Sleeve** 12 1/2" 13" 13 3/4" 14 1/2" 15 1/4" 16 1/2"
    Shirt, Length** 10 3/4" 11 1/2" 12" 12 3/4" 13 1/4" 14 1/4"

    SIZE 5 6 7 8 10 12
    Pants, Waist* 33 1/4" 34" 35 1/2" 36" 37 1/2" 38 1/2"
    Pants, Outseam 25 1/2" 27 1/2" 30" 31 3/4" 33 1/2" 35 1/4"
    Pants, Inseam 17 3/4" 19 3/4" 20 1/4" 21 1/2" 22 3/4" 24"
    Shirt, Chest 27 1/4" 28 1/4" 29 3/4" 30 3/4" 32 1/4" 33 1/4"
    Shirt, Sleeve** 17 1/2" 18 1/2" 19 1/2" 21 1/2" 22 3/4" 24 1/4"
    Shirt, Length** 15 1/4" 16 1/4" 17 1/4" 18 3/4" 20 1/4" 21 3/4"

    * Fully extended
    ** Measured from shoulder at neck

     

  • English System
    Size Chest
    (in)
    Waist
    (in)
    Hip
    (in)
    Height
    (in)
    Weight
    (lbs)
    6-12M 19 19 ½ 19 ½ 27-29 17-22
    12-18M 19 ¾ 20 ½ 20 ½ 29-31 22-27
    18-24M 20 ½ 21 21 31-33 27-30
    2T 21 21 22 33-36 30-33
    3T 21 ½ 21 23 36-39 33-36
    4 22 ½ 21 ½ 24 39-42 36-39
    5 23 ½ 22 25 ½ 42-45 39-44
    6 24 ½ 22 ½ 26 ½ 45-49 45-55
    7 25 ½ 23 27 ½ 49-52 56-64
    8 26 ½ 23 ½ 28 ½ 52-54 65-72
    10 28 24 30 54-56 73-77
    12 29 25 31 ½ 56-58 78-82

     

    Metric System
    Size Chest
    (cm)
    Waist
    (cm)
    Hip
    (cm)
    Height
    (cm)
    Weight
    (kg)
    6-12M 48 50 50 69-74 8-10
    12-18M 50 52 51 74-79 10-12
    18-24M 52 53 56 79-84 12-14
    2T 53 53 56 84-91 14-15
    3T 55 53 58 91-99 15-16
    4 57 55 61 99-107 16-18
    5 60 56 65 107-114 18-20
    6 62 57 67 114-124 20-25
    7 65 58 70 124-132 25-29
    8 67 60 72 132-137 29-33
    10 71 61 76 137-142 33-35
    12 74 64 80 142-147 35-37

     

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    Average rating: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 (based on 9 reviews)

    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Cargo pants and raglan shirt review., 1/15/2015

    Reviewer:

    Very nice look, if you have the time to make the cargo pants. There are a lot of pieces, so it takes a lot of time to finish after cutting out . . . maybe an hour more than other pants. If you are adding a zipper onto the pants, there is a zipper tutorial on Oliver+S site. HOWEVER, the tutorial does not show how to finish the waistband or add a button, snap, etc. Neither does the cargo pants pattern, since the fly front is actually just for show (though convertible to a real one). You will have to look at other patterns or tutorials to figure it out. The raglan shirt is a really quick sew. It takes me less than an hour to make one. The assembly is clear and simple. Really, the raglan pattern is going to get the most use for me. It does seem to be designed with a 3/4 sleeve, so I had to extend the arm to make it wearable in winter. Despite any negative comments, I really like Oliver+S patterns. Instructions are clear and the patterns are thoughtfully designed. They _always_ look good when finished, even before fitting adjustments. There are no surprises, and I feel confident that I am doing the right thing. Plus, each pattern is a teaching tool, so you learn something that you can take to other sewing projects.


    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 ...and what a trip I'm taking this on!, 1/3/2015

    Reviewer: (Mount Vernon, NY, United States)

    i am in the process of using the t-shirt pattern (sz 12) as a basis for some jackets... i trust o+s to be a solid foundation on which to riff! I have sewn up another company's raglan pattern and not been happy with the directions or shape, so it's a relief to have this one.


    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Very proud of these shirt and pants, 9/11/2014

    Reviewer:

    I have made the cargo pants in a size 6 for my daughter. There were many pieces to these pants but it was very doable and turned out so professional. No one could believe (not even myself) that I had made them. I decided to get the smaller size pattern for my son. I have made him the raglan shirt and again it is so professional looking. This shirt took me no time at all and fits him great. There will be many shirts and pants for him in his future!


    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Field Cargo Pants and Raglan Tee, 9/7/2014

    Reviewer: (CAMBRIA, California, United States)

    I already had the Raglan Tee in the smaller size but needed to add the larger size. If you love sewing for children these patterns are the best ever! The directions are so informative with helpful hints. Thank you, Liesl!


    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Super useful!, 9/5/2014

    Reviewer:

    I bought this pattern in the smaller size last year, and in the larger size this year. The pants are not a fast sew, but the pockets are worth the extra time - very cute, and just what you need when you're collecting rocks and leaves on a hike. I sewed up two pairs as shorts and they look adorable and professional, and a new favorite for my pocket-loving daughter. The shirt comes together super-fast - I made four in two days. They're getting a lot of wear as school and play clothes.


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  • Determining Which Printing You Have

    As errata are discovered, they are marked for correction in subsequent printings of the pattern. To determine which printing of an instruction sheet or pattern sheet you have, look at the copyright box which appears on each. Toward the bottom of the box, there is a series of numbers. The lowest number you see there indicates which printing you have. For example, if the lowest number in the box on the instruction sheet is "2," you have an instruction sheet from the second printing. Any errors in the instructions mentioned for the first printing have been corrected in your version. If the lowest number in the box on the pattern sheet is "1," you have a copy of the pattern sheet from the first printing. Pattern sheets and instructions sheets can be printed separately, so be sure to check the errata notices for pattern pieces against the printing number on the pattern sheet and errata notices for instructions against the printing number on the instruction sheet.

    Errata

    In the first printing of the pattern there was a minor error on the first page of the instruction sheet. The finished measurements for the pants waist should read as follows:

    SIZE 6-12 M 12-18 M 18-24 M 2T 3T 4 5 6 7 8 10 12
    Waist* 21" 22" 23" 24" 25" 26" 27" 28" 29 1/2" 30 1/2" 32" 33"

    * Fully extended