I saw an article recently about a way of reducing the bulk in a waistband at the center front. I thought it was published in Threads Magazine, but I have looked through all my recent issues and don’t see it. Instead of having a seam at the waistband center front, the seam was sewn on a diagonal or it was offset some way so that the waistband center front was a fold rather than a sewn seam. Thus, reducing the bulk where either a buttonhole or hook would go.
Does anyone remember seeing that article? If so, which magazine did you see it in?
Thanks so much.
Sheron in SoCal