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Pattern Reviews> Amy Butler> In Stitches:Lounge Pant (Wide-Leg lounge pant)

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Posted on:4/25/08 1:34 PM
Last Updated:4/25/08 1:34 PM

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jennikatten said... (6/19/08 10:23 PM) Reply
Your pants look wonderful! I'm excited to make them now!
lilyofthevalley said... (4/28/08 2:27 PM) Reply
Sorry, double post. -Lily
lilyofthevalley said... (4/28/08 2:27 PM) Reply
The fabric you've chosen for your vintage inspired lounge pants is just fabulous. The pants look wonderful on you and they look super comfortable, as well. I can certainly see why you'd want to wear them as pj's on occasion. -Lily
Hilary said... (4/28/08 11:34 AM) Reply
They look great! And you match your house too :D
Annette1 said... (4/26/08 11:55 PM) Reply
I LOVE these pants. I can see them made up in a drapy fabric just as well. They really do have that '40s glamour look. :o)
wvsher said... (4/26/08 10:56 PM) Reply
Not only comfortable but look very chic on you! I recently made myself a pair of wide leg lounge pants and now I don't think the style looks good on plus sized, except maybe tall plus sized. (They are comfortable, though!) But they look great on you!
ColorMeHome said... (4/26/08 2:10 PM) Reply
I love your pants! They look great on you and they look comfortable also! I have this pattern and I am now anxious to make it!
fabeins said... (4/25/08 10:03 PM) Reply
Love those!
ocotillo said... (4/25/08 5:17 PM) Reply
Yes, the pattern is from her book _In Stitches_. The book also has a pattern for a kimono robe (you can find reviews on PR), as well as pillows and some other neat organizational things.
AquariJenn said... (4/25/08 3:40 PM) Reply
Those are really cute and just what I'm looking to make for after my baby comes. Is the pattern from one of her books? If so, which one? I couldn't tell from the link you gave. Thanks and great job on the pants.
LindsayT said... (4/25/08 2:50 PM) Reply
Great fun! said... (4/25/08 2:10 PM) Reply
Super cute! I've been wanting to try that pattern :)
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