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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 01-2007-108 (Burda WOF)

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Reviewed by:Linda G
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Posted on:5/25/07 8:37 PM
Last Updated:5/25/07 8:39 PM


Review Rating: Helpful by 2 people    Very Helpful by 3 people   
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Annette1 said... (5/27/07 11:47 PM) Reply
Very flattering pants! I know what you mean about not being able to duplicate what you did, but I KNOW you'll make another pair that looks just as nice. :o)
Nancy K said... (5/26/07 4:15 PM) Reply
Terrific fit and very flattering on you.
Seaspur said... (5/26/07 1:48 PM) Reply
Great looking pants! The fit in the front seems to be bang on.
Caroly72 said... (5/26/07 12:52 PM) Reply
Linda, These look really good in the front. I have a flat rear, wide pelvis, and thin thighs so when I make jeans and straight legged pants I usually adjust the inner thigh seam by taking out of the back leg seam or taking equallly out of the front and the back depending on the pattern. This also helps with extra fabric I sometimes get in the back pants legs. Burda is drafted (usually) for a more liberal backside and thigh than I have.
Luckylibbet said... (5/26/07 10:36 AM) Reply
I think they look great - fit well in the front at least.
CarolynGM said... (5/26/07 6:19 AM) Reply
Well done Linda. Whatever you did to them made them look great on you.
Nancywin said... (5/26/07 2:40 AM) Reply
These turned out really well. I hate when I make so many altrations to a pattern that I don't know how to duplicate it. Hope you can get the same fit again on these - they look really great.
Patzee said... (5/26/07 0:42 AM) Reply
They look great. Thanks for the heads-up about droopy bottoms -- my exact problem.
Heatherrique said... (5/25/07 11:53 PM) Reply
Linda! You are sizzling in those hot looking pants! I admire you for making pants that look great!
Seamingly Simple said... (5/25/07 11:19 PM) Reply
These look great, Linda G. The fit you attained looks better than Burda's model's. Isn't it wonderful when you can sew something so nice for so little money?
 
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