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How to Draw Fashion Sweaters and Sweatshirts
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Draw the Waistband, Belt Loops, and Flys to Fashion Pants

How to Draw a Woman's Pants Wardrobe

Draw a comfy pair of sweatpants with open legs.

Draw a fashion figure from the back view. Remember to include a center back line.

For the elastic waistband, draw a pair of matching curved, squiggly lines. Add short vertical lines to indicate gathering. Draw the side seams and inseams of the legs down to the top of the foot.

For the hem, draw a line connecting the side seam and inseam. Don’t bother with topstitching. Sweatpants fabric doesn’t usually unravel, so the hems of the pants aren’t finished.

For a trendy look, add a short word across the derrière or down the leg. If you’re showing the front of a pair of sweats, you can add a drawstring at the waistband.

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