Added Dec 3, 2007
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Position the front pant pieces onto the back pant pieces, the right sides facing. Baste the side seams (seam 3) and stitch. Neaten allowances altogether and press inside the back pant pieces. Stitch the seam narrowly 1//4” (0.7cm) wide, thereby enclosing the allowances. (a)
Inner pant leg seams
Fold the pant legs lengthwise, right side inside. Baste the inner pant leg seams (seam 4) and stitch. Neaten allowances and press apart. (b)
Front center seam
Fold one pant leg inside out. Move the pant leg inside the other, the right sides are facing. Stitch the center seam from the slit sign to the inner leg seams. Secure seam ends. Cut back the allowances of the rounding. Neaten allowances, also the ones at the front facing. ©
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