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15.9.10 | Posted by Nancy Brumfield | Edit Post
I measured Aiyanna from her shoulders to her knees to figure out how long I wanted it to be.
I added 1.5" to allow for hemming. I cut the legs off at that measurement.
I unsnapped the crotch and turned it inside out. I drew a straight line down the front and back where the fabric curves for the pants.
Sew on the lines that were drawn.
After you sew it cut 1/4" from the stitch to get rid of the excess fabric.
For the hem fold up 1/4" at the bottom and then fold up 1" . Sew.