Added Mar 5, 2009
Step2- now for the drafting part
Draw a straight line measuring the length from waist to ankle. mark the points waist line and ankle line.
Now extend this line a further 20 cm and mark the point as hem line.
For the crotch line -take 1/3 of your hip measurement + 5cm and mark this distance from the waist line as the crotch line
Also mark the distance from waist to knee as the knee line and the distance from waist to calf as the calf line
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