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I am from Greece where women are usually a little curvier, especially in the bottom area... What I've learned all these years of trying to turn my flaw into a benefit is that the classic pants are not very flattering for any body type. So I always have to make this little alteration to all pants patterns in order to divide each back piece into two. Unfortunatelly I don't know how this type of pants is called, I would be greatful if someone of you informed me how this little piece of fabric is called. If you liked my technique, please visit my blog littlemisssewshine.wordpress.com

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    2 days ago, 09.53 PMby TinaMc

    THank you for this very helpful tutorial. I used it and it worked great. I feel like you left out an important step. Once the pieces are cut you need to add seam allowances to the top of the bottom piece and the bottom of your yoik piece. Otherwise, your piece will end up being being 1 1/4 inches too short using a standard 5/8 inch seam allowance.

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