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How to adjust it when taking in the inseam
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Date: 1/27/13 3:27 PM

I have taken in my inseam seam allowance in by 1 1/8" on the pattern (and my muslin) and wonder how or even if I need to adjust the crotch curve. Is there anyone out there who can help me?

originally I accidentally posted this in the quilters corner...i am a newbie to PR.

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Date: 1/27/13 4:01 PM

I'm curious why you chose to alter the inseam? Usually that is the one seam that rarely gets altered.

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Date: 1/27/13 4:36 PM

Because it is jeans and I had many loose wrinkles in the crotch area. It worked fabulously and mad the fit perfect, but the pattern designer said I would need to adjust the crotch curve of the pattern but I havent gotten an answer yet on how to do this so I thought I would throw it to all the PR experts

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Date: 1/27/13 5:06 PM

Well, if everything fits perfectly now, including the crotch and back and front and waist/hip area, I'd say you shouldn't adjust anything else.

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Date: 1/27/13 5:36 PM

Thanks, thats what I thought too. I really think it will be fine. I appreciate your attempt to help :)

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