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There are several options to finish the waist for skirts and pants. In this video, you will learn all of them. I'm using the shorts patterns that we drafted in episodes 62 & 63, but you can apply this to any kind of your skirts or pants patterns. I show you the cutting direction as well. Enjoy!
ontinuous from the previous video, I show you how to draft pant back panel. In this video, you'll learn all the details of pant pattern drafting, such as back crotch, and rise. You decide if you want to make one dart on the back waist or two darts. I show you how the crotch lie should look like, and how to determine dart length. If you're new here, watch the previous two videos to get a better understanding of pant back pattern making.
How to draft pant patterns with your own measurements! In this video, I show you shorts pattern drafting. I don't draft legs like knee and ankle, but you can apply this process when you make basic pant patterns as well. Get your measurements ready and watch the previous video (episode 61: Waist dart for skirt & pant) before you watch this video, shorts front pattern making from scratch.
This pant pocket is connected to front dart. In this Video, I’ll show you How to make this pocket after Lengthening the front dart. And You’ll see how to trace them out and Add seam allowance. Because this pant doesn’t have a zipper, I’ll also show you elastic waistband pattern making.
There are many different designs of pant fly. In this video, I’ll show you one of them. You will learn how to draft and cut the pant fly depening on right side up or left side up. I’m going to draft extended under fly up to top of the waistband and you will see waistband extension and drill holes for hooks and eyes.
Collar and collar stand are in one piece. After you sew up, you will find they are very similar in front. But they’re totally different collar. In this video, I show you how to draft all-in-one collar and stand patterns, and also how to revise if the collar edge is not long enough to cover the neck seam.
There are many different designs of pant fly. In this video, I’ll show you one of them. You will learn how to draft and cut the pant fly deepening on right side up or left side up. I’m going to draft extended under fly up to top of the waistband and you will see waistband extension and drill holes for hooks and eyes.