HP 1135 Weekender Boyfriend Jeans

(4 reviews)
9.00 (in)
12.00 (in)
0.50 (in)
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*This is the classic paper pattern version;
if you want the print-at-home version on A4
sized paper, click here; if you need the
print-at-home version on letter sized paper,
click here.*

The only Boyfriend that will never let you down
or break your heart, these fabulous jeans are
totally on-trend, and designed for medium or

lightweight denim...but they will also work in

corduroy, velveteen, heavy washed linen,
real or
faux suede or leather, cotton sateen or
fact, almost any firm pants-weight fabric!

Relaxed-fit 5-pocket Jean sits j-u-s-t below the
natural waist and has a contoured waistband
with belt carriers.

Jeans feature a slightly
relaxed silhouette, with
gently tapered legs for a
perfect rolled cuff,
plus the classic jeans back
yoke, front zipper
fly and optional topstitching.

*These jeans are cut with a straight side seam,
which gives them that fabulous 'boyfriend' look,
but also means that they are perfect for those
classic 36"/91cm wide selvedge denims...just use
the selvedge as your cut edge on the outer leg seams.

You know just how versatile these great jeans will be...
make them in a classic dark-rinse indigo
or try some distressing techniques for a
super-casual look.

You’ll be wearing these with
feminine blouses, sharp
menswear-style shirts,
and your favorite T’s; but try
them too with sharp
jackets and cosy cardigans, lacy
camisoles and
chunky sweaters...Boyfriend Jean perfection!

Shopping List

For all sizes, you'll need around 2 yards/182cm of 60"/150cm
wide fabric;
however, if you choose to utilize the selvedge
of your denim for the side seams,
you'll need 4 yards/364cm
of 36"/91cm wide selvedge denim.

You'll also need about 3/8 yard/34cm of 60"/150cm wide lining,
plus1 x 7"/18cm jeans zipper,
1 x 3/4"/2cm diameter jeans button,
and contrast topstitching thread.





  • 5
    Classy looking jeans

    Posted by Unknown on 7th Jan 2018

    Easy to sew. Easy to wear.

  • 5
    very current and fits well

    Posted by karen on 11th Feb 2016

    As only having worked with pants patterns from the "Big Four " before I was pleasantly surprised to need few alterations to achieve the fit I wanted . I did not have to re draft this pattern "to death" , which can be discouraging to any sewer, when you spend more time fixing than sewing ! The proportions of the pattern are timely,with the leg dimensions and hem opening on target with what is happening . I did choose to use narrow selvage denim , and I was delighted with the results.

  • 4
    WHERE did you get those pants?!?

    Posted by Peg on 3rd Oct 2012

    I had a couple problems with this pattern, but nothing that wasn't pretty easily fixed. I didn't think too much about these pants otherwise, until a friend demanded to know WHERE I got those pants! She loved the cut, said she hadn't seen anything quite like them. That I made them is going to be our little secret for now.

  • 5
    Dangerous video! Just so you know...

    Posted by Starla on 6th Mar 2012

    Receiving the link to this video in an email led to my watching the video out of curiosity, and then watching the other HotPatterns videos, and then to buying 7 patterns (4 vintage reprints, 3 current). And there's one I left off the orders that is calling to me. These videos are wonderful, informative, helpful and just fun. I love the cheeky sense of humor! :-) Great work! (And VERY effective advertising.)