Pants 2 of 4 (posting 2)

In my last post I wrote about removing too much fullness from the back pant leg inseam and not adding what was removed to the hip area. Consequently the front side seam was pulled to the back and the grain line became distorted. See the image below:

This is the view from the back ( I went to the mall last week to buy pants for work. I wish I had someone with me to take pic of the fit. There was no problem with the front, however the back was horrible. It look exactly as the photo below).


Sometimes you have to walk away. This is going to take some time but I am going to get pants that I can live with. I also realize that the changes in my body are part of the problem. Back to the drawing board

Comments

Melodye said…
Hey, good work on your pants so far. I'm by no means an expert, but did you try lengthening your back crotch? It's going good so far and it looks like you're close.
Melodye said…
Hey, good work on your pants so far. I'm by no means an expert, but did you try lengthening your back crotch? It's going good so far and it looks like you're close.
alethia said…
Thanks Melodye. I am going to try your suggestion. This is really a challenge

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