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Jeans front

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Jean-ius: Reverse Engineer Your Favorite Fit taught by Kenneth D. King

Recreate your favorite jeans without taking them apart. Couturier Kenneth D. King teaches this amazing class, full of couture sewing techniques.

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Category Sewing
Type Clothing
Sizing Women
Style Classic
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What are you most proud of? I am proud of the fact that i was able to get the fit i wanted here.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Read & watch the information until it sinks in,don't be afraid to try new things.

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This is my front view of my jeans pant.

06/08/2013 Flag

Elastic waist on my new pants,with the rub out paper i pulled out my original jean waist band to the fullest stretch,then measured how much i needed to add to the pattern paper.With a gentle curve ruler i drew upwards to the top of the waist area.

06/08/2013 Flag

These slacks look like such a good fit!!! I would love to be able to get pants to fit in the rear like this.... They look so comfortable !!!!!!!

06/10/2013 Flag

Thank you Patt,i was eager to try this method of rub off pattern in jeans,to my surprize it worked well for me,my jeans ready made were size 16 i have a large abdomen & short waisted.Were all snowflakes though huh.grins :)

06/11/2013 Flag