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Posted on:1/1/08 11:23 PM
Last Updated:1/1/08 11:23 PM


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 6 people   
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Aless said... (3/25/08 11:44 PM) Reply
These look GREAT,Skye! My DH also dislikes shorts that are too long(rtw all seem to be too long),even though he is very tall and slim...go figure,yeah? Now you've got me thinking...
hongkongshopper said... (1/2/08 4:10 PM) Reply
What a good girl you are making shorts for DH! Good job!
Hilary said... (1/2/08 11:29 AM) Reply
WOW, these look GREAT!! You did a wonderful job!
ChristineBR said... (1/2/08 9:31 AM) Reply
Given the fabric choice, I agree that these are a garment now, not a wearable muslin! They look great.
ITAdmin said... (1/2/08 5:36 AM) Reply
Those are some nice looking shorts! I, too, think they are very wearable. Great job.
nimble said... (1/2/08 4:19 AM) Reply
These look fantastic. They are definitely wearable but was surprised they were just a muslin :) Thanks for the info on the length. My dad has short legs and my son is very tall so that really helps.
 
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