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Pattern Reviews> EvaDress> 3988 (Men's Trousers, circa 1940s)

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Reviewed by:Nick D
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Posted on:3/16/11 10:29 AM


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 5 people   
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SondraG said...
Very nice! They look a lot like pants I have photos of my grandfather wearing in New York the 50's.
3/16/11 10:51 AM
Elona said...
Terrific looking pants, very Gary Cooper! I think this is the only men's pants pattern I have ever seen that dates to this period.
3/16/11 11:57 AM
happytobehere said...
Very professional looking job!
3/16/11 1:04 PM
JanieBee said...
Well done!
3/16/11 2:57 PM
sewbuzzy said...
What a fine looking pair of trousers! I've been looking for a good pattern for my dear husband. Perhaps this is it.
3/16/11 9:47 PM
lamstu said...
These look fantastic. I wonder if DH or DDad would like this? Please post the linen ones too.
3/16/11 10:11 PM
FreyaStark said...
Very smart - well done!
3/17/11 1:16 AM
Karine said...
Nicely done! They look terrific.
3/17/11 9:02 AM
JETrinity said...
These slacks look so great. What a nice job. I agree with leaving the back seam to the last.
4/8/11 7:19 PM
 
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