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Posted on:6/4/09 7:33 PM
Last Updated:6/5/09 8:38 AM

Review Rating: Very Helpful by 26 people   
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droxy said...
I've never seen this done before! Thanbks for posting.
6/16/09 7:16 PM
Woolygal said...
That's a great idea. I'll try it.
6/8/09 8:12 AM
Em's Summer said...
What a fabulous pair of pants! And a great review, too!
6/6/09 11:32 PM
Athene said...
Great pants and such an excellent tutorial. Thank you.
6/6/09 1:55 AM
bananaoil said...
Great job. Pants look good. Now you have a TNT pants pattern.
6/5/09 10:38 PM
Heidi Ho said...
Cool!! Another good use for the tape I stole from my husband and use to pick up stray threads. Those turned out great.
6/5/09 3:52 PM
Patti B said...
Terrific idea, great copied pants and very helpful tutorial. Thanks! Interesting how the curve in to the knee is more pronounced on the back piece. I'll have to look at some of my patterns and see if that is replicated.
6/5/09 10:59 AM
Kellie R. said...
They look great! What an interesting method for copying a pattern! Thanks for all of the info!
6/5/09 10:05 AM
Valerie S said...
Thanks for this info and the tutorial. I had never heard of using painters tape to do this.
6/5/09 9:09 AM
AliciaNoel said...
Thanks so much for the review and tutorial - great work!!!
6/5/09 8:59 AM
Babe B said...
Thanks very much for your review! How cool is this!!! Just this AM as I was donning my faded, favorite, nearly-wornout pants, I thought "I need to take these apart and make a pattern." NOW I will try the tape method instead. Thank you, thank you!
6/5/09 8:55 AM
Sew4Fun said...
Great pants. They look like the twin of the RTW pair. I had to look twice as I didn't realise they were different.
6/5/09 7:39 AM
Clareew said...
Fabulous pants, great review
6/5/09 3:37 AM
Laurasews said...
Excellent job of copying!!! I may have to try this.
6/4/09 11:54 PM
persevering said...
Thank you for your tutorial. Your pants are fabulous - you look super in them.
6/4/09 10:41 PM
Christas said...
Too bad there isn't a rating "VERY, VERY HELPFUL!" This is such a wonderful review, completely full of great information. Your pants turned out wonderfully.
6/4/09 9:18 PM
j222b said...
This is the best review! Thanks so much. What is the brand of Dress Form? Do you like ti?
6/4/09 8:17 PM
Michele Lommasson said...
I enjoyed your review. I had read about the painter's tape method, but never thought of trying it myself. What a great job.
6/4/09 8:04 PM
Judy Wentz said...
What a great idea. YOur pants look great. I have just taken a pair of rtw pants apart to use as a pattern. I could not make a commercial pattern fit. I hope they fit as well as yours. jw
6/4/09 7:36 PM
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