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Posted on:1/21/10 10:35 PM
Last Updated:8/24/10 8:47 PM

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treefrog said...
Karen, I got the powerstretch mail order from Mill Direct Textiles. Their stock changes regularly so its worth checking from time to time. I haven't found anywhere in Oz that sell it but if you find a supplier, please let me know. Good luck and hope to see you on a mountain sometime! ...Treefrog
2/10/10 11:21 PM
brrmm said...
You've given me the confidence to go ahead with some ski thermals myself now! I'm in Oz too, but never sure of which fabric to buy and where from. Where did you get the lighter powerstretch from and what exactly is it called? Cheers, Karen
2/9/10 6:17 PM
ElizabethDee said...
i love these! eye-catching, flattering, and i love the color you chose, too. thanks for including so much helpful information about the construction.
2/6/10 10:23 AM
colorkitten said...
great job! I would be hard pressed to tell which pair was which! And I think the blue is quite pretty.
1/22/10 9:27 AM
Karen8320 said...
Fabulous work, and so you should be chuffed! I admire anyone who can copy a RTW pattern and, especially this one, because it has shaping. You will definitely get a great deal of mileage from this pattern. Well done!
1/22/10 8:10 AM
craftygamma said...
Another should consider selling your pattern on Etsy or Ebay. I think you have a winner there.
1/22/10 7:59 AM
craftygamma said...
Great job. They look like they are moving without a body in them.
1/22/10 7:58 AM
arianamaniacs said...
Those are great looking pants. Congrats on copying from a real pair, I've yet to try that!
1/22/10 3:02 AM
Laurasews said...
Good on you! Great job! I can totally relate.
1/22/10 0:12 AM
Kayseri said...
These look terrific.
1/22/10 0:02 AM
Sew4Fun said...
You did a great job! I can see plenty more of these in your future. No need for one pair to last ten years. Instead ten new pairs every year. :)
1/21/10 11:22 PM
jilly cooper said...
they look great, your reviews are always so interesting :) our temps have been up to 42-45 degrees too.
1/21/10 11:18 PM
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