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Posted on:10/28/11 3:42 PM

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barebear said... (11/6/11 3:48 PM) Reply
I love the fabric! They look so cheery and happy! The fit looks really good too. Congrats on a great entry. :)
fourkid said... (11/2/11 7:55 PM) Reply
These are wonderful - and I love (love) the fabric. I agree, if these fit fine and are comfortable as is - why mess with the waistband?
marec said... (10/29/11 11:54 AM) Reply
Cute, fun, darling pants...I would wear these in an instant (though not to ride).
Margaret said... (10/29/11 5:29 AM) Reply
Very cute! I say if using the waistband as a facing made them fit right, then it's just as well that happened :)
FreyaStark said... (10/29/11 1:37 AM) Reply
They're fabulous! Well done. They should be fun to wear.
Annette1 said... (10/29/11 0:51 AM) Reply
Ooooo, I LOVE your new crops in this beautiful PINK. :o) They fit you to a tee, and no one would ever know there was supposed to be a waistband. In fact, you might just leave it off next time, too, as flattering as these are just the way you've made them. (I like your shoes, too.) :o)
Terri A said... (10/29/11 0:48 AM) Reply
Great Pants! The length and fit look good.
Sarsez said... (10/28/11 11:37 PM) Reply
Great looking pants. Well done for getting things to work out in the end.
renren said... (10/28/11 11:18 PM) Reply
Hi, loti! Good to hear from you! No, they are not cut on the bias, but the regular way with the grain arrow on the pattern running parallel with the selvage, so I think it is called with the lengthwise grain. Or straight grain. And good thing too, because the fabric was not particularly wide. Tell us what you are working on over at SSAL if you get a chance. Take care!
loti said... (10/28/11 11:13 PM) Reply
These are very cute, are they cut on the bias?
arianamaniacs said... (10/28/11 7:16 PM) Reply
Love that color, I bet these pants make you smile when you wear them, they look very happy!
jannw said... (10/28/11 6:28 PM) Reply
Pretty pink and that length is very good on you! Regard the waistband as a good thing since it fits right where you want it now!
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