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On both leg panels, measure an additional one sixteenth (1/16th) of the hip measurement plus 0,5 cm (3/16 in.) further to the left of point E and place a marker point (point H). This is the last point common to both the front and back leg panels. All further manipulations will be different for the front and back leg panels (although a few measures will need to be transferred from the Front to the Back Leg Panel).

Now we shall focus on the Front Leg Panel. Draw a point (point I) at a distance of one quarter (1/4th) of the hip measurement plus 0,5 cm (3/16 in.) to the right of the point F on the hip line.

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    Sep 20, 2010, 08.52 AMby toeying

    hello Gedwoods, this is an amazing work. yhanks. just aquestion- when u say 1/16 of the hip measurement do u mean the full hip measurement? or 1/4 of the hip measurement i.e the hip masrement for this present panel? thanks

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      Sep 22, 2010, 12.24 AMby gedwoods

      The full hip measurement, I think. Otherwise the reference would be ambiguous. But yes, the full hip measurement.

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