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Easy adaptions of the patterns
Because it is difficult to have too many sizes on one pattern, we have chosen to have only 5 (men) or 6 (women) sizes per pattern. This means that we have had to skip every second size. If you require an in-between size then simply draw a new pattern between the lines of the existing pattern, following the same lines and contours, of the smaller and larger size. This works for all patterns, both men’s and women’s.
For one size waist and larger size hip, draw the contoured line connecting the points of the smaller size waist to the larger size hip. Do this on both front and back pieces.
To make a skirt longer you will also need to widen it a little from the hip line as well as lengthen it. You may also have to add splits in the side seam/s or back seam.
To make pants shorter, measure how short you want them to be. Remember to add seam allowance so your pants do not get too short. Mark out the measurements on both front and back piece. You can also make 3/4 length pants and shorts from this pattern.
To make the pants longer, measure the length required and adds it to the bottom. Remember to add seam allowance and continue the line of the pants.