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Pattern Reviews> Threads Magazine> Threads Oct/Nov 2007 (Knock off your favourite pants)

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Reviewed by:Maree P
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Posted on:1/23/10 5:40 AM
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Jane S said... (1/24/10 1:39 AM) Reply
Wow, you did a wonderful job with the advice from that article. Thanks so much for sharing your experience.
Terri A said... (1/24/10 1:34 AM) Reply
This is great! Thank you.
Sew4Fun said... (1/23/10 5:43 PM) Reply
Wonderful result, both pairs. Definitely worth the effort. Thanks for reviewing this magazine article. I must dig it out and have a read.
stephangle said... (1/23/10 1:08 PM) Reply
Fantastic job!! Very chic! You did a wonderful job of lining up the plaids.
Heidi Ho said... (1/23/10 12:11 PM) Reply
Great job!! Those look so much like the original and you achieved a terrific fit!
Barbara V said... (1/23/10 10:54 AM) Reply
So glad to read your successful project of creating a pattern from a good fitting garment. Your pants look great and fit you very well. Nice review too!
Christas said... (1/23/10 9:53 AM) Reply
Thank you so much for your wonderful review. So nice to see both pairs of pants you have made using this method. Both pairs of pants look fantastic. I have this issue of Threads, and I will be much more likely to try the method after seeing how great your pants look. Thanks again.
craftygamma said... (1/23/10 6:43 AM) Reply
That is very impressive! Thanks for mentionion the availability of sewing magazines at the library...something I never thought of.
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