I’ve recently used a not so very old issue of Threads Magazine to make a hip mold using duck tape, cotton tubing and automotive pinstriping. Wow! The right and left front are quite different–one dart needed on the left, two needed on the right. The left and right backs are just as unique. Although the fit is fabulous, I need some advice please! I’ve found the left back, measuring along the crotch line from side seam to the inseam, is about 1″ wider than the right back at the same position. So, using a commercial pattern as a guide to provide the look I want for the pant legs, my left back pant leg is 1″ wider at about the hip line all the way down to the hem than the right back. This issue has not occurred with the right and left front pieces. What advice is available?
I’ve given thought to this and am concluding there’s some tie here as to why I feel store bought pants feel like they’re twisted on me! Must be the lumbar scoliosis!