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Pattern Reviews> McCall's> 4926 (Cuffed Trouser Pants)

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Reviewed by:krinn

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Posted on:9/11/06 10:16 AM
Last Updated:7/16/07 2:01 PM
Review Rating: Very Helpful by 4 people   
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Ronda Rae said... (9/21/07 10:40 AM) Reply
I love your swap ensemble! The colors go together beutifully. I especially like the brown polo with teal.
Marji said... (7/17/07 7:52 AM) Reply
they look really nice and comfortable in the washed linen.
CynthiaSue said... (7/17/07 1:51 AM) Reply
These look great!
HawkeMorningStar7 said... (7/16/07 2:56 PM) Reply
Great pants, they look nice on you. I like that oatmeal colour in linen, it will go so well with all your other colours.
Erica B. said... (9/18/06 1:10 PM) Reply
That's a great pattern. Thanks for the review, I'll have to pick this one up!
Kay Romo said... (9/11/06 4:12 PM) Reply
Great job. Try smaller size next time.
pterion said... (9/11/06 2:56 PM) Reply
Very impressive result for first-time-ever pants. They look quite sharp!
yorkshire lass said... (9/11/06 11:04 AM) Reply
Lovely trousers which look really good. I know they are a bit big but in the smaller size I think they would be perfect.
nicegirl said... (9/11/06 11:03 AM) Reply
Ooooh, those look great! I bought this pattern with the idea of trying to tackle pants once again. Thanks for the inspiration!
Skymom said... (9/11/06 10:43 AM) Reply
Aside from being a little too big, these look really good. I agree you should try these in the next size down and see what you get. Since they seem to be too big pretty evenly all over, just going down a size might do the trick. I like the slouchy denim effect, actually.
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