I’ve been working on pants, wore them last week, and saw a need for more tweeks. The waist was a little too big and I’ve corrected that but now I see two other areas that need tweeking in the back.
The center back seam, starting at about or below the hip line and some of the CF seam seem to be resting a little to the left of the gluteal crease and crotch. The CB and CF seam isn’t centered on me. What do I do?
I’m noticing a diagonal wrinkle on the right back pant leg. The wrinkle is higher at the side seam and then dips down and inward around the knee area. If I pull the right side seam up or push it down at the waist, the wrinkle doesn’t disappear. However, if I keep my legs straight and bend forward at the waist (a few inches), the wrinkle disappears. In fact, when I’m leaning forward, the area below the hip and crotch near the CB seam hangs perfectly (with the exception of what I described in the paragraph above.) The pants are creased and the creases hang straighter when I lean forward at the torso. Is this a problem with the crotch hook? Something else? What do I do?