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One Pattern, Many Looks: Pants

Three styles of waist finish ... three kinds of pockets ... three different leg styles. Kathy Ruddy gives you all these options and more, using a single pants pattern that you'll adjust to fit in any fabric. Make your own tummy-tuck jeans or yoked yoga pants. Never worry again about fit when making a new pair of trousers, jeans or casual pants. Kathy's ready-to-wear secrets will save you time and give you great results. You'll love this no-nonsense approach to real women's bodies and clothing...

Cost: $50 Per Course

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What You'll Learn How to create a custom-fit pattern block from a pants pattern of your choice How to adjust with darts, yokes and seam changes for figure fine-tuning How to choose the best design details and fabrics for the look you want How to make your own tummy-tuck jeans and expensive-looking yoga pants Three waist finishes, leg silhouettes and pocket details An easy rub-off method using a kitchen basic Tricks for finishing seams without a sergerWhat You'll Love Never worrying about fit when making a new pair of trousers, jeans or casual pants Looking great from the front and the rear Ready-to-wear secrets that save time and give great results Kathy's no-nonsense approach to women's bodies, garment fit and the occasional need to eat cookies Getting help from Kathy and the Craftsy sewing community along the way* Watching your class anytime, anywhere, from any web-enabled device

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  • Level of Difficulty: Beginner
  • Size: Massive Open Online Course
  • Instructor: Kathy Ruddy
  • Cost: $50 Per Course
  • Institution: Craftsy

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