sewing

Woven Hudson Pant

Woven Hudson Pant (pattern by True Bias) - Noodlehead

Woven Hudson Pant (pattern by True Bias) - Noodlehead

I’m super excited to share this finish today! I’ve had these woven Hudson pant on my to do list for so long. I’ve even had the fabric washed and pattern printed and set aside for months. The reason I got inspired to start them finally was when I had gotten a clothing catalog in the mail a week or so ago and spotted this jogger pant. I don’t know if it’s just the styling of them or what, but I immediately jumped on their website and was considering buying some until I saw the price. It’s a little spendy for something I wasn’t sure I would wear a ton, but they immediately reminded me of the Hudson pant and I figured why not try and sew a pair first?!

Woven Hudson Pant (pattern by True Bias) - Noodlehead

I took some of the ideas from that jogger pant and set out to finish some for myself. I used a knit for the cuff and waistband, but used the Brussel Washer Linen for the main parts. I added back patch pockets and followed Kelly’s tips for making a woven pair of Hudson’s. About halfway through I was totally questioning what the heck these would even look like on. Without the waistband it’s super hard to get an idea of the overall fit, but I continued on and trusted that things would work out. I’m glad I stuck with it and didn’t give up. It’s been a long while since I’ve made myself any pants! I really love them.

Woven Hudson Pant (pattern by True Bias) - Noodlehead

Woven Hudson Pant (pattern by True Bias) - Noodlehead

Woven Hudson Pant (pattern by True Bias) - Noodlehead

Woven Hudson Pant (pattern by True Bias) - Noodlehead

I’m so glad these are finished and I hope I get to wear them a bit. I like that they look a little more dressed upΒ than if they were made of all knit, so I’m hoping that I can find more tops to pair with them. I think I definitely need a jean jacket! I did add about an 1 1/2″ to the length for which I am grateful that I remembered! I needed it.

Woven Hudson Pant (pattern by True Bias) - Noodlehead


Pattern: Hudson Pant by True Bias
Fabrics:Β Brussel Washer Linen and Laguna Jersey Knit both by Robert Kaufman fabrics


Woven Hudson Pant (pattern by True Bias) - Noodlehead

14 thoughts on “Woven Hudson Pant

  1. Linda Doyle says:

    These are on my to- do-list also. I have been eying Brussels linen. Curious about your opinion. How does it compare weight wise to Essex, does it need a lot of pressing after washing, does it fray etc? I want to do more garment sewing but need to learn more about fabrics that aren’t 100% cotton since up to now I have stuck with quilts and bags. PS I tried waxed canvas and love the bag you made.

    1. Anna Graham says:

      Thanks Linda! It’s a garment fabric, so while I think the weight might be comparable to essex, the hand has a lovely drape, very fluid. The fabric content is 55% LINEN, 45% RAYON which is perfect for clothing. It does fray, but nothing extreme. After I washed it, it pressed very nicely and I think it’ll wear nicely as well. Hope that helps. πŸ™‚

  2. erin says:

    Anna, those are so cute! Nice work.

  3. laurel says:

    Anna, these are amazing!! So ironic, I was contemplating that same pair of joggers a couple weeks ago, but wAs also turned off by the price. I ended up getting a similar pair from Gap. πŸ™‚ You were way more industrious though and I loooove these!

    1. Anna Graham says:

      That’s too funny! Sewing does come in handy for that reason. πŸ™‚

  4. Kim says:

    Very nice Anna!

  5. Azure says:

    Those look so good! Def gonna try this out now!

  6. Looking great in linen!

  7. liesellove says:

    What a great result πŸ™‚

  8. Wow, they’re super cool! You just added something to my to-sew-list πŸ˜‰

  9. Anke says:

    These are amazing! Great job!

  10. Kristine Hammerbacher says:

    Love these! I’m inspired!!

  11. Carrie says:

    These look great! I’ve had this pattern forever, and after seeing yours I’m so excited to make some for myself! I have a couple quick questions – how many sizes did you go up to account for using woven instead of knit? And did you use the bigger size for the waist and ankle pieces also, or did you cut those pieces according to where you fell in the size chart? Hope that’s not too much to ask! Thanks for inspiring me πŸ™‚

    1. Anna Graham says:

      Thanks Carrie! I followed Kelly’s instructions for doing the woven and went up 2 sizes. I used the waist and ankle bands the same as what I would for my actual size. Hope that helps. πŸ™‚

Leave a Reply