Now, don't go by my recent knit top experiences. None of that is the fault of SFD. Glenda tells you right up front that it isn't a MAGIC Kit, and some body attributes (as I call them) have to have special attention. As in the following illustration, my shirt would pull up just like that if I didn't add to the length in the front over bust and belly. My waist is anywhere from my crotch to my chest. It is anybody's guess! And the thing about that is this: You HAVE to have a waist, even if you don't, in order to make the patterns.
Oh yeah, I was writing about Yoga Pants. (I want you to know that she started out as a "he". They say you get better with practice. Let's hope that is true!)
SFD has a Pant Kit that can be used to make all kinds of pants. But in case you have PRD (Pattern Revision Deficiency) like me, you will need her book Pants That Mix N Multiply which gives detailed instructions for making Yoga Pants PLUS it includes a DVD showing you how if you can't get it by reading it. I've sewed for over 45 years, and I watched the DVD twice.
Okay. Here are some pics of my pants. Notice the wonderful pockets! The blue shirt came from Wal-Mart, so ignore it. Any resemblance to the lady up above is purely coincidental.
I have no financial connection whatsoever with Sure-Fit Designs. I am truly just a very satisfied customer. Soon, I will start making woven fabric tops again, and you will see I have much more success than with knit.