In preparation for this afternoon's Jutland Sew-Along post about fitting, I've created a handy chart to show you how to take all relevant measurements before choosing your size for any of our patterns.  I've included it in this post rather than within the sew-along post because it was starting to become overwhelmingly long...and I really don't want to scare you away from fitting your pants because it isn't very difficult at all! How to Measure a Man   Fitting Information If you would like to refer to this chart when you need to measure a man in the future, just head on over to our website and you will find it in our Tutorials section!

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ellen

ellen said:

measure both, Re-read #10 in diagrams, then use that info to choose a size and make your adjustments.

Lyndsey

Lyndsey said:

Thanks! Totally missed that. Makes total sense.

ThreadTheory

ThreadTheory said:

That’s great to hear!

ThreadTheory

ThreadTheory said:

Thanks for helping :) Yes, that is what I would recommend too!

ThreadTheory

ThreadTheory said:

Yes :) Measure both! The natural waist measurement takes precedence when choosing your size. Happy Sewing!

Jutland Sew-Along: Analyzing Fit | Thread Theory

Jutland Sew-Along: Analyzing Fit | Thread Theory said:

[…] too intimidating.  Sewing should be fun!   By taking accurate body measurements (as I detailed in this morning’s blog post) and choosing your size accordingly, you will likely end up with pants that fit as well as store […]

Lyndsey

Lyndsey said:

This may a silly question, but my husband wears his pants several inches lower than his natural waist, should I measure the natural waist or where he likes his pants to fit?

Charlotte

Charlotte said:

Great post – I was looking for this exact info not long ago & I’ll be putting it to use soon:)

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