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Posted on:6/23/12 5:47 PM

Review Rating: Very Helpful by 7 people   
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Renren said...
Very nice pants with an exquisite fit. Thanks for such a thorough review! I think I need to sew these again using the info you have so masterfully presented in your review. I like how you handled the tab/band extension, the seam tape you used for stabilizing the waist, and the interfacing at the hem.
6/23/12 7:15 PM
Elaine Dougan said...
Thank you for such a detailed description.
6/24/12 1:10 AM
ChristmasHills said...
Very helpful details for me to try out on future pants patterns. Thanks.
6/24/12 3:22 AM
KensingtonCrab said...
I think your pants look great and I appreciate the detailed review.
6/24/12 7:01 AM
DebJ said...
Thank you for such a well described process. I will find this very useful when I tackle pants. The pants also look wonderful on you.
6/24/12 8:13 AM
loti said...
Nice pants, a great wardrobe builder in a fabric and color that is very versatile.
6/24/12 3:27 PM
jannw said...
Great looking pants with a good fit..thanx for all the little details!!
6/24/12 4:48 PM
MNBarb said...
You have a perfect fit with with these pants. I'm so jealous. There aren't any baggy or tight wrinkles anywhere. Thanks for including all of the pattern adjustment diagrams for those of us who are on a never ending fitting quest. I agree with the waistband assessment on RTW. After an hour of wear the seat is hanging halfway down one's leg.
6/25/12 11:47 AM
Margaret said...
Thanks for all the really nice comments! MNBarb, I got really helpful results with the Minott Method, but she does seem to focus on a not-very-narrow leg. Since I've mostly been making rather loose summer pants lately, I'm not sure how well I'd do on something much narrower. I suspect I'd get a whole lot more problems from my backward-extending calves, for one thing.
6/26/12 5:43 PM
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