Belmont Leggings & Yoga Pants

  • Belmont Leggings & Yoga Pants PDF pattern
  • Belmont Leggings & Yoga Pants PDF pattern
  • Belmont Leggings & Yoga Pants PDF pattern
  • Belmont Leggings & Yoga Pants PDF pattern
  • Belmont Leggings & Yoga Pants PDF pattern

Belmont Leggings & Yoga Pants

$14

Performance meets style with the Belmont Leggings & Yoga Pants! View A is the ultimate wardrobe essential, a pair of full-length leggings with a clean hidden elastic finish. Salute the sun in View B, a classic pair of yoga pants featuring a capri length hem and foldover waistband, which can be worn up or down. Designed with comfortable, ultra-high rises and optional flexible gussets, the Belmont Leggings & Yoga Pants keep you moving all day long.

Please note the Belmont Leggings & Yoga Pants pattern is only available in a PDF format.

SEWING LEVEL: Beginner (without gusset) / Advanced Beginner (with gusset)

SIZING: 12 to 28.

RECOMMENDED FABRIC: Mid-weight four-way stretch knit fabrics with at least 50% stretch in both directions. Wicking or athletic knits are a great option.

NOTIONS: Ballpoint/stretch needle, thread, 1.5 yds (1.4 m) of 1" wide woven elastic (View A). 

PDF PATTERN:

The PDF comes as files to print at home or at a copy shop. Files are delivered as a .zip file which can be downloaded on a computer, but not on a mobile device. For more on PDFs, see the FAQs

NOTE: There are separate files for each view both with and without the optional gusset so you only have to print what you need.

Instructions: 14 pages (4.6 MB)

View A: Leggings

  • Print at Home Pattern pieces: 26 pages (3.3 MB)
  • Copy shop (A0 or US 36" x 48" size): 1 page (2.5 MB)

View B: Yoga Pants

  • Print at Home Pattern pieces: 24 pages (3.6 MB)
  • Copy shop (A0 or US 36" x 48" size): 1 page (2.5 MB)

 

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Customer Reviews

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T.
Perfect pattern for compression leggings

I have knee problems and was planning a cross country car trip so I decided to make compression leggings in hopes of being more comfortable. I chose the Belmont leggings pattern because of my past successful experiences with Cashmerette patterns and the outside seam that would allow for additional customization.

I ordered two different compression fabrics from Mood fabrics, both with close to 20% Lycra content. Of the two, I ended up preferring the nylon over the polyester because it was a little cooler, but they both worked well.

I found a blog post that suggested 20% negative ease and I used that guideline to customize my fit. I started with the size 28 pattern and took measurements at 5 different points on my leg first thing in the morning and used those to customize the pattern. After trying them on the first time, I took in the side seam a little in a couple of places and adjusted the pattern to match.

I made a total of three pairs, all with the elastic waistband. They were a huge success. I was able to drive all day without pain or swelling in my knees or ankles. They were more comfortable because I made the legs as tight as I could but left more ease in He hip area.

The Belmont leggings was the perfect pattern for my custom compression leggings and they made the 5,500 mile trip from Alaska to Georgia so much easier. Thank you for a great pattern!

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L.v.
Style and comfort indeed!

the best fit and I love the style and comfort. Very easy to understand and follow the instructions Would buy again if needed to

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S.T.
Perfection!

Fit was perfect for my niece without any adjustments except for length. Couldn’t be happier!

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A.
Love it

Am one the “last gasp” in terms of years of the “baby boomers” and dress as I like- read long skirts/tank tops/tunics sweaters or tie at the waist tops. However, despite mostly living in the above, sometimes like to change things up with a tunic and leggings. I am, roughly speaking, a pattern size 16, with a very long body, short limbs, major sway back, ample posterior, limited side contours and (thank you 3 abdominal surgeries and aging out of a monthly cycle) rounded tummy. I have sewn for over 40 years. Ready to wear is sooooo limiting, not to mention ill fitting and cheaply (textiles/technique) made. Drafting is hit and miss (sway back and generously protruding posterior are not compatable with divide circumference by 2 or 4 regardless of what the scale says!) and don’t even get me started on the big pattern conglomeration these days. Decided to try the Belmont leggings after reading some reviews and seeing that the measurements are pretty much in line with my own. I made one muslin with the legs shortened by 3 inches, crotch depth in back extended and gusset, without adding the waistband and was amazed at the initial fit, not wearable, but within reach. We marked a level waist band, nipped a bit from the CB seam (sway back!!) took a bit out of the guesset (front to back) used a “fisheye” dart adjustment at back of thigh right below hip, and shortened the leg a bit more. I also drafted a 2 inch lightly contoured waist band to accommodate 2 inch elastic. I was confident enough to sew up the leggings in a lovely but pricey rayon/poly/spandex fabric from the local box fabric store that had enough weight/stretch to work with the pattern without revealing every little lump & bump. The end result was a smooth, non/binding fit.

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J.B.
Love these!

I made both the yoga pants and leggings (used for swim shorts) and it’s a wonderful pattern. I will definitely use it again