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Category Sewing
Type Clothing
Sizing Women
Style Casual
Rowan Sivyer on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Shot cotton

Rowan Sivyer on craftsy.com

If anyone could offer advice, I would gladly hear it. I am happy with the top of the back but the seat is still too baggy despite shortening the crotch and taking some fullness out from the inner seam below the crotch. The side seam doesn't look great either...

01/29/2014 Flag

looks as if you need to add a little extra to your calf. That should allow your back leg to drop a little. Your side seams have too much curve in them below you widest point and the mid calf. Try straightening that line. Good luck. It is a major try and check process isn't it?

01/29/2014 Flag

I am not a fitting expert for sure, but looks like to me you need to let out at the high hip, taking in at the center front, then take in the side seams from your fullest hip to your knee. You will probably have to do the hyper-extended calf adjustment as well. I think you have a super good back crotch fit. Just need to adjust some of the other seams to rid yourself of a few wrinkles. Pinch out an inch horizontally below your seat and pin it just to see if that corrects some of the bagginess. You might also benefit from the hourglass adjustment (taking some out of just the back at the side seam) Super cute style on you!

01/31/2014 Flag