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pants fitting

chefeileen01 | Posted in Creative Machine on

I’m new to this but hope someone can help. My pants fit great but when I wear them, they seem to move to one side, ie: centre back seam moves over to right and centre front(zipper) moves to the left. When I check, holding centre back and centre front, both sides are exactly the same. what causes this and how can I remedy it.

eileen

 

 

chef eileen

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    Becky-book | | #1

    You might check the grain line (did you make them?) they might not be cut straight.

    Becky

    1. chefeileen01 | | #2

      Thankyou for your quick reply. No, I didn't make them but being "store bought" I could imagine that grain line is not always a priority. Will have to check the grain on them. If its off, then it's probably good-bye slacks.

      eileen

  2. mygaley | | #3

    Forgive me for suggesting this, but you might also want to check the grain on your body.  It's possible a once-symmetrical hipline is now higher or lower on one side.  Galey

    1. chefeileen01 | | #4

      You know Galey, there is probably some validity to your suggestion. This 73 year old, is 40 lbs heavier than a slim 21 year old and there are many bulges and posture problems over the last 52 years. ( I would like to think that my figure is the same, Oh well!!)

      All my other shorts and pants are ok. tho most are homemade.

      eileen

      1. mem | | #5

        I wonder about your spine and whether you maybe have a bit of curve in it which produces some rotation of your trunck. I see this alot in older people in my work as a physiotherapist. I dont know how you would alter fit for this though although you seem to have done this in your homemade ones so maybe you will just have to keep at .

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