I just wanted to know something about fitting. If you are fitting a shirt pattern for a man and they are like a medium chest and an extra large waist and a large hip, do you use the same formula that I’ve seen suggested for fittin women’s clothes, that is just draw new lines on the pattern going from one size to the next. Will the finished product look funny? Or will it look O.K. Or should I fit it like he bought it at a store, and just make the shirt the bigger of the sizes? I really don’t know how it works. I know when Sandra B or Patti P fit a dress they just connect new cutting lines from each size change on down the body. It seemed to me the last time I tried to make a shirt for this guy, it would have meant having a very curved seam at the sides around the tummy. So I compromised and I hated the fit and he said it fit like a bell and all the air came up into it. Anyway, any help is appreciated.