Trouser Pattern Corrections: |Front Rise|

In this blog we will learn how to correct Front Rise shape to avoid draglines. I will show you with same few examples, Pls read carefully all below article, Its will help to increase Improve performance and speed when evaluating patterns and technical knowledge of pattern corrections and increase clarity and consistency in communicating pattern corrections.

1.) Correct front rise.

The front rise must have a 90 degree angle at the waist. Also, the front rise must have a straight line between the waist and the top of the hook (usually that is the low hip position).

2.) Front rise is too angled, side seam is too straight and front has too much fullness at hook.

Too much fullness at the hook indicates that the front rise is too angled. If the side seam is too straight, follow the below correction.

To correct:
1.) Move the front rise out at the waist, to 0” at the low hip.
2.) Move the side seam in at the waist, to 0” at the low hip.

3.) Front rise is too angled, hip and thigh are too loose, and front has too much fullness at hook, hip and thigh.

Too much fullness at the hook indicates that the front rise is too angled. If the hip and the thigh are too loose, follow the below correction.

To correct:
1.) Move the front rise in at the inseam and the low hip by the same amount, to 0” at the waist.
2.) Move the inseam in at the rise and the thigh, to 0” at the knee.
3.) Too keep the grain line centered at the thigh, move the outseam in at the thigh, to 0” at the hip and knee.

4.) Front rise is too angled, side seam is too straight, hook is too short, Thigh is correct and front has too much fullness at hook.

Too much fullness at the hook indicates that the front rise is too angled. If the hook is too short and the side seam is too straight, follow the below correction.

To Correct:
1.) Slash the front between the rise and the side seam.
2.) Reduce the front rise length by folding the slash, to 0” at the side seam.
3.) That will curve the side seam and straiten the front rise.
4.) Reshape the front rise by scooping the hook and at the same time increasing the hook depth.

5.) Front rise is too angled, side seam is correct, waist is too curvy, hook is too short, thigh is correct and front has too much fullness at hook.

Too much fullness at the hook indicates that the front rise is too angled. If the side seam is correct, the waist is too curvy and the hook is too short, follow the below correction.

To correct:
1.) Slash the front between the waist and the rise.
2.) Reduce the front rise length by folding the slash, to 0” at the waist.
3.) That will straiten the waist and the rise
4.) Reshape the front rise by scooping the hook and at the same time increasing the hook depth.

6.) Front rise hook is too short, thigh is correct and rise is cutting in at hook.

The hook cutting in indicates that the hook depth is too short. If the thigh is correct, follow the below correction.

To correct:
1.) Move the front rise in by the same amount at the waist and the hip, to 0” at the inseam.
2.) Move the outseam out by the same amount at waist and the hip, to 0” at the thigh.

7.) Front rise hook is too short, thigh is too small and rise is cutting in at hook.

The hook cutting in indicates that hook depth is too short. If the thigh is too small, follow the below correction.

To correct:
1.) Move the inseam out at the rise and the thigh, to 0” at the knee.
2.) Too keep the grain line centered at the thigh, move the outseam out by the same amount at the thigh, to 0” at the hip and the knee.
      
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