Pant Construction Techniques
Pant Construction Techniques
Sandra Betzina
If you enjoyed Sandra's first Craftsy class, Pant Fitting Techniques, or know her from her books, newspaper columns and TV series, here's your chance to sit down at the machine with Sandra and learn professional sewing skills from the popular author and host of Power Sewing. To purchase the pattern and sew along with Sandra, click on the Materials tab in the class. Shipping is free!
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In this comprehensive pattern alteration class, Sandra Betzina of Power Sewing teaches pro secrets to conquer common pant fitting issues. To purchase the pattern and sew along with Sandra, click on the Materials tab in the class. Shipping is free!
Sandra Betzina
Sandra Betzina
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Create a versatile block pattern to ensure perfect-fitting pants across an array of style choices. Kathy Ruddy shows you how!
Kathy Ruddy
Kathy Ruddy
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Create your most elegant and well-finished pants. Learn designer techniques to sew details from bespoke tailoring, couture and ready-to-wear.
David Page Coffin
David Page Coffin

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