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Posted on:11/25/09 12:28 PM
Last Updated:8/31/10 8:16 PM
Pattern Size:Plus-Sized 

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Terri A said... (8/31/10 11:06 PM) Reply
Nice work on lining everything up perfectly!
Janie Viers said... (11/28/09 2:03 PM) Reply
Can you photograph or line draw the back and front crotch lines of your "perfect" pattern compared to a Burda or other commercial pattern in the same area? Sometimes just looking at a comparison can give me help on how to do a quick fix on a commercial pattern that is "almost" correct! You look great in them and I want the joy of the same . . of course I don't want the work of doing a whole draft!!!
mssewcrazy said... (11/26/09 7:57 AM) Reply
How great to have a custom drafted pair of elastic waist pants and a sister to help get them. Your statement of the front crotch too long,back too short is such a familiar one. I am glad to know it is possible to get a pattern just right. I will have to seek out the Threads article to read. It must be great to have a lot of nice fitting elastic waist pants for everyday wear. I really need some winter weight everyday pants so I will have to try again.
mhk3boys said... (11/25/09 3:57 PM) Reply
Great job on your pants and yes you are so lucky to have a sister to help you so much!
Vintage Joan said... (11/25/09 2:35 PM) Reply
These are wonderful pants! :) And what a great sister you have! Which Burda pattern did you start with?
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