They are elastic waist pants after all, actually I like my test pair better than the final. Test pair was woven fabric.
Anyway, next up this week in the middle of exams and the final US debate I am going to start work on pivot and slide.
I am pretty interested in pivot and slide and I am going to try and get the instructions posted here this week. The basic premise is that most pants patterns are too big in the hips and leg so you buy a pattern two sized too small and add to the top if and where you need it, I will.
As I am currently going through a baggy leg crisis I am wondering if this will be IT, to start where you are skinnier and then work on up.
I am also beginning to wonder what will happen if I work my way through all these methods and end up with nothing but 15 pairs of weird pants all weird in different ways.
This is a possibility, a distinct possibility it seems tonight. What if I am actually incapable of fitting pants, what if I have to go and fly off to the States like some last ditch patient trying to find the specialist and my family has to send me off to the waiting room at the clinic of Joyce Murphy or someone or Karen at Wild Ginger and they will have to fit me.
Is that where this is going to end up?
Time for bed and bath I think.
And Pivot and Slide.