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(That elastic measurement is about what you'd use in the waistband for the size 18 waist.) I did make adjustments, though. It was a little trickier to feed through the casing, but not terrible, and now that it's in and stitched over, I can't even tell it's really two pieces. I made the buttonholes in the waistband as instructed and then just threaded a short "faux" waist tie through the buttonholes without going around the waist in between. Trying on and wearing the brown, first, pair told me I definitely needed more room over the caboose.One, because said other sewists/reviewers have proportionately thin legs. Two, my "muslin" fabric isn't the stretchiest kid on the block. While these are not particularly low-rise, my muffin-top waist and cake-eating butt will be better served with a higher cut. I could be a plumber in these pants if you catch my drift.It was the first True Bias pattern I've tried so I've had a good first impression.I've had my eye on Jalie's similar Vanessa pant and may give into buying that one too, if only to compare. This is the realistic shot of how they'll be worn most of the time. But you come here for the sewing and chit chat, not my (non)modeling/posing skills. (We're back up to the 80s today, and I'm kind of missing the chillier weather.) Making Hudson Pants had been on my to-do list for EVER but kept getting pushed. It must be poly the way it's not changed at all over the years, but it feels like cotton. I had read some reviews from other sewists on the higher end of the measurements reporting plenty of room in their finished Hudsons even though they themselves were quite outside the given numbers. Here I am wearing my adjusted second pair with the goofiest of goofy expressions. The temps in Tampa dropped quite a bit a couple of weeks ago and I really needed casual long pants for after work, walking the dogs, running to the grocery store, etc. The "print" is a ponte with some, but not a lot, of stretch. The size chart appears less generous than it is in the actual wearing.
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Ultimately, I was wrong about that last part and will go back to adding just 1 inch to the rise, not the 1.5 inches I added for the second, black, pair. For the black waistband, I cheated even more and completely omitted a tie and the buttonholes. This fabric is from Cali Fabrics, my new favorite online fabric store.