Anatomy of a pant
1. Waistband curtain 6. Front crease 2. Back pocket lining 7. Fly piping 3. Back seam piping 8. Hook 4. French fly 9. Waistband lining 5. Fly lining 10. Back seam outlet 1. Sofflex Ban-rol to eliminate waistband rolling 2. Inside waistband lining 3. Serging 4. Front leg panel 5. Front leg lining 6. Front pocket piping 7. Coin pocket 8. Front pocket lining
|Double reversed pleats||Box pleats|
|Inverted pleats||Regular pleats|
|Side seam pocket||Front double floating welt pocket||Full top pocket||Welt treatment on front pocket|
|1/4 top pocket||Scoop pocket||1/8 top pocket||Watch pocket|
|Patch pocket||Cargo pocket||Double narrow welt pocket||3/8 welt pocket|
|Front pocket facing|
To measure seat, pant should be flat, zipper fastened ; measure straight at the base of fly tack.
True rise measurement
To measure true rise - first you measure outside leg seam from the waistband to the bottom of leg seam. Second, using the same leg, you measure the inside leg seam from the crotch point to the bottom of inside leg seam. The difference between the outside seam and inside seam is your true rise.
To measure the inside leg seam, you must measure from the top of inside seam to the bottomof inside seam.
To measure knee, you must measure from the crotch point (top of inside seam) 13" down; then measure a straight line across the leg, making sure the leg is very flat.
To measure the thigh, you must measure a straight line from back to front from crotch point (top of inside seam), making sure the leg is flat down.
- Front pocket
- Front panel
- French fly
- Welt back pocket
- Back pocket facings
- Belt loop
- Front pocket facing
- Back panel
- Leg lining
- Front pocket lining
- Back pocket lining
- Crotch-cover lining
Marker for pocket and crotch-cover linings
Marker for fabric cutting
Marker for leg linings
|Tab||Loop tab||Flap||Double needle drop loop|
|Blind-stitched drop loop||Tunnel loop||Extended waistband||Waistband side tabs|