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Subject: I have always used the point of the hip bone as the marker for where the pleat should fall - measure from the side-seam to the point of hip and that's how much less off the front/more to the back you could go. I've found it tends to allow the front panel to lie flat on most body types.

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Will have to try that, thanks. I can see how that would make it sit flat. Thank you, this is very helpful. (NT)getting there!Wednesday, February 05, 10:10:44am

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