We’re in the homestretch! Only two more construction steps left in our Tania culottes, and we’re going to cover both of them in this post today. First, we need to get the inseam sewn up quick – thats what makes these sneaky pants, well, pants! And then all that’s left is the hem.
NOTE: don’t forget, before you hem, it’s a good idea to let your culottes hang on a dress form or hanger for 48 hours (if you can wait that long). Because parts of the culottes are on the bias, its possible they will stretch out with the help of gravity. Letting them hang for a couple of days will allow you to see any stretched out areas, so you can cut and correct the curve of the hem before sewing.
Ok, let’s finish up these culottes so you can get to wearing them!