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Pants (not quite finished)

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Pant Fitting Techniques taught by Sandra Betzina

In this comprehensive pattern alteration class, Sandra Betzina of Power Sewing teaches pro secrets to conquer common pant fitting issues.

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Category Sewing
Type Clothing
Sizing Women
Style Classic
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What materials did you use? Brown tweed with gold and multi speckle

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What are you most proud of? They fit so much better! There is still room for improvement on the next pair but these are looking pretty good.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Keep trying! I think these adjustments are things that will take practice to really get.

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These pants are look pretty good. I haven't gotten my pattern yet. I have a rounded back side as well. Should I add 3 inches to crotch just for starters? Your pants are better than a lot of store bought pants. I would be happy with them.

12/18/2012 Flag

Looking good, girl! I wasn't sure I'd like this pattern because it's not a design I would even have tried on in RTW. But, like you I'm a curvey girl and I really like the look of them now. Can't wait to see the finished trousers!

12/19/2012 Flag

Looks like you have a good fit, congratulations! I like your fabric.

12/26/2012 Flag

Hey, Chrissy. You have motivated me to keep trying. You are looking good in your new curvy girl pant. Did you adjust your muslin and test it again before cutting your garment fabric? Did you use a cotton fabric for the muslin -or- something closer to your lovely draped garment fabric?

12/26/2012 Flag

Hey! I used cotton muslin and just was brave (or stupid) and cut my fabric rather than make another one. I am always a little overly brave when it come to sewing.

12/26/2012 Flag

Hey! I used cotton muslin and just was brave (or stupid) and cut my fabric rather than make another one. I am always a little overly brave when it come to sewing.

12/26/2012 Flag