Tania Culottes pattern

$29.00 AUD

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Modern take on culottes combining the practicality of shorts with the appearance of a skirt. Pattern features a fitted waistband, deep pockets, wonderful drape, invisible side seam zipper and hidden centre front and back pleats to create the illusion of a skirt.

View A is short with a full skirt. View B is a knee length with full skirt. View C is midi length with less fullness. View D is knee length with less fullness.

Skill: 2/5

Sizing: 0-20 (print or digital PDF). See our sizing chart here.

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Printed pattern details

Your roomy and beautiful pattern envelope includes the full size pattern on high quality tissue paper and instruction booklet with detailed instructions to guide you through constructing your garment.

PDF pattern details

After purchase your pattern will be available immediately in your online account, and via a unique URL emailed to you. Ensure that you save your pattern to your computer before printing to save it for future use. PDF patterns cannot be opened on phones or tablets. 

Size 0-20 PDF pattern purchase includes the following files:

  • Digital Instruction Booklet US letter size / 12 pages
  • Digital Instruction Booklet A4 size / 12 pages
  • Print at Home Pattern US letter size / 87 pages
  • Print at Home Pattern A4 size / 87 pages
  • US Copy shop 36x48" / 4 pages 
  • A0 Copy Shop Pattern / 4 pages

Please note that not all files or pages need to be printed, only the ones that correspond to your chosen printing method.

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Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
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Kate K.
Fantastic!

I love the culottes pattern, it fit perfectly straight off the bat, with no size adjustments needed (I think that is a first for me). I only made one small change to the pattern after the mock up and that was to extend the sewing line of the pleat by 1" in the front and back. It sits nicer on my curvy hips and bum that way. the only thing I didn't like about this pattern was the zipper insertion method. I suspect that may have been because I didn't have an invisible zipper? I won't be doing that on my real make. I'll use a different zipper insertion method, because again, I don't have an invisible zipper. I found the instructions very easy to follow, and I liked the little tips dotted throughout the instructions.

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Andersen
Cute and practical culottes

I haven’t made these up yet, but with Megan’s assistance in determining what size to make, I’ve got my pattern ready to go. Now I just need to find the perfect fabric!

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Rachel Craik

Tania Culottes pattern

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Patricia North
Perfect for hot weather

Some readers of my review will perhaps think I’m indelicate but others will hopefully think I’m just broaching a problem many of us face…maybe you’ve guessed already? It’s that horrible feeling of fleshy thighs rubbing together to create chaffing, usually during summer months when I want to dress in cool clothing, for me that means skirts and dresses. I’ve tried wearing shorts underneath my skirts and dresses but that’s another layer and feels restrictive. What could I wear that satisfied my wish to wear skirts but also was practical for my need to stop chaffing? In steps Megan Nielsen with her fantastic pattern the Tania, what is this magic? It looks like a skirt, it truly does. Many similar patterns look like skirts in line drawings but in reality they still look like loose shorts, not this one. Megan has designed so carefully that a circle skirt mirage is created. I cannot express how grateful I am for this pattern during this years U.K heatwave. It drapes beautifully, fits nicely, has easy to follow instructions (as all Megan Nielsen patterns are) prevents the dreaded chaffing and looks like a skirt. Whoohoo! JUST what I wanted. Thank you Megan. All your patterns are great. P.s. I’m wearing the Floreat dress/top with it too. Another firm favourite. 😊

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Ainhoa Arana
I'm lovin 'it!

I'm lovin 'it! I premiered it last week. My friends loved it too! They are very comfortable! Next week I will make another one with another fabric!

Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
83%
(15)
17%
(3)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
K
Kate K.
Fantastic!

I love the culottes pattern, it fit perfectly straight off the bat, with no size adjustments needed (I think that is a first for me). I only made one small change to the pattern after the mock up and that was to extend the sewing line of the pleat by 1" in the front and back. It sits nicer on my curvy hips and bum that way. the only thing I didn't like about this pattern was the zipper insertion method. I suspect that may have been because I didn't have an invisible zipper? I won't be doing that on my real make. I'll use a different zipper insertion method, because again, I don't have an invisible zipper. I found the instructions very easy to follow, and I liked the little tips dotted throughout the instructions.

A
Andersen
Cute and practical culottes

I haven’t made these up yet, but with Megan’s assistance in determining what size to make, I’ve got my pattern ready to go. Now I just need to find the perfect fabric!

R
Rachel Craik

Tania Culottes pattern

P
Patricia North
Perfect for hot weather

Some readers of my review will perhaps think I’m indelicate but others will hopefully think I’m just broaching a problem many of us face…maybe you’ve guessed already? It’s that horrible feeling of fleshy thighs rubbing together to create chaffing, usually during summer months when I want to dress in cool clothing, for me that means skirts and dresses. I’ve tried wearing shorts underneath my skirts and dresses but that’s another layer and feels restrictive. What could I wear that satisfied my wish to wear skirts but also was practical for my need to stop chaffing? In steps Megan Nielsen with her fantastic pattern the Tania, what is this magic? It looks like a skirt, it truly does. Many similar patterns look like skirts in line drawings but in reality they still look like loose shorts, not this one. Megan has designed so carefully that a circle skirt mirage is created. I cannot express how grateful I am for this pattern during this years U.K heatwave. It drapes beautifully, fits nicely, has easy to follow instructions (as all Megan Nielsen patterns are) prevents the dreaded chaffing and looks like a skirt. Whoohoo! JUST what I wanted. Thank you Megan. All your patterns are great. P.s. I’m wearing the Floreat dress/top with it too. Another firm favourite. 😊

A
Ainhoa Arana
I'm lovin 'it!

I'm lovin 'it! I premiered it last week. My friends loved it too! They are very comfortable! Next week I will make another one with another fabric!

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