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Posted on:2/2/13 7:48 AM


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JUNIPERJUNE said... (2/3/13 6:01 PM) Reply
I just order Kwik Sew's 3504 for his next pair of pants. If they go well I will use the waistband from that one with this cargo pants. We will see
Michele Lommasson said... (2/3/13 1:00 PM) Reply
I think they look wonderful. The time and effort you ended really shows.
frame said... (2/3/13 11:26 AM) Reply
I can understand why it was odd to construct these because it's very different from most men's patterns. But you did a great job with fit! Hopefully next time will be easier. Maybe you can find a better zipper application and use it.
JUNIPERJUNE said... (2/3/13 6:13 AM) Reply
The pockets and waist exactly. but the button for the fly is on the inside
frame said... (2/2/13 3:20 PM) Reply
Do they look like this? http://www.rustyzipper.com/shop.cfm?viewpartnum=158546
frame said... (2/2/13 3:18 PM) Reply
They do look like they fit well. I didn't realize this was a cargo pant. Do you remember Ocean Pacific brand shorts for men? They were designed like this waist. I can't tell about the fly, but I always use Sandra Betzina's fly front method.
no7262 said... (2/2/13 9:07 AM) Reply
Wow! You really got a nice fit! They look great! Nora :)
 
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