- Sep 10, 2002
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Gentlemen, I have a very nice pair of trousers here (part of a suit), but I've found the trouser cuffs to be just a shade too narrow, necessitating adjustments every so often. I've gotten used to dressing in quite a laid-back manner, and so these little adjustments are starting to bug me. So here's the plan (done by a professional, of course)... At the inside leg, near the trouser cuff, I have the side seam cut up a few inches (4-5?), creating a triangular gap. I've got some matching fabric, which will be cut into a triangular 'wedge', a few inches long and maybe 1-2 inches or so at the base. Insert into new gap, voila. Wider lower leg. Or not? Think it'll work? Any other method you can think of?