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Pattern Reviews> No Pattern Used> Oct/Nov 2007 (Threads Magazine: Oct/Nov 2007)

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Posted on:1/2/11 5:33 PM

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Vintage Joan said...
These are wonderful! Thanks for the review. :)
1/2/11 8:20 PM
MNBarb said...
Yes! This is how I want my pants to fit. I'm getting really tempted to draft my own. The problem is trying to find a pair of RTW pants that fit to use as a guide. Your pants are perfect!
1/2/11 8:48 PM
Christas said...
I saw this article and thought that it was such a great idea. You have done such a beautiful job of copying your pants. Thanks for your inspirational review! Your pants look FANTASTIC!
1/2/11 8:54 PM
cleverclogs said...
Thanks for the helpful hints! I'd add that once you have made the pattern, sewn a first version and (if you think you will re-use the pattern) added any tweaks, you can always add matchpoints by lining up the joining pieces and running a pencil line across them.
1/5/11 10:27 PM
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