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Calendria
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Date: 5/18/13 9:08 PM

I have decided to make some palazzo pants for summer, the kind that almost look like skirts, hehe

what are your favorite patterns like this?

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Date: 5/19/13 12:22 PM

anybody?

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Date: 5/19/13 12:39 PM

I had the same idea and bought Butterick B4861, which are called gaucho, but there are six variations and a couple look palazzo-like.
I haven't got to doing it yet.... and if the rain keeps up I might keep putting it off in favour of things that don't make me think of the weather.

Have you picked any pattern yet?

ps I do love the look of palazzo pantsGood luck!
-- Edited on 5/19/13 12:40 PM --

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Date: 5/19/13 1:38 PM

I just noticed that the Butterick pattern has been discontinued. Maybe some stores will still have it though.
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Date: 5/19/13 3:35 PM

Oh, I didn't realise it was discontinued.
I don't have local shops so usually buy on-line, so that's probably why.

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Date: 5/19/13 8:00 PM

I haven't made palazzo pants in years, but the ones I have made were from a Burda magazine from 8-10 years ago, so that isn't much help... But if I were looking for a pattern, I'd check Burda envelop patterns or Burda style downloads first, as I prefer the Burda fit in pants.

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Date: 5/19/13 8:05 PM

Do you have a favorite pants pattern that fits well? Couldn't the legs be widened to make a palazzo pattern from it?

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Date: 5/19/13 10:00 PM

I'm a bit new to making pants as I have a booty and I have swayed back. and . . . . I'm a true petite which makes everything THAT much more difficult hehe

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Date: 5/20/13 12:01 PM

Hi,

Here are some that I found that come close I think.
Butterick 5893
In a knit
Donna Karen by Vogue 1168
I think is what your looking for Burda 7091
Burda 7657
New Look 6710
New Look 6083 this is pattern I hope to get soon
New Look 6383 another knit
HTH
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