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Posted on:8/9/10 4:29 PM
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Sic said... (8/11/10 8:10 AM) Reply
Very nice looking shorts - enjoy your trip!
Leora said... (8/11/10 3:28 AM) Reply
Great looking shorts!
carolynw said... (8/10/10 9:13 PM) Reply
Fantastic looking shorts - bravo madam!!
Nancywin said... (8/10/10 6:15 PM) Reply
These turned out great! I have found that whenever I use stretch fabric for pants or shorts, I need to make them smaller. As for Paris, I believe there is a thread here on PR about fabric shopping in Paris. Hope you have a great time - and enjoy those shorts. They look fantastic!
Dei said... (8/9/10 9:58 PM) Reply
Fantastic pair of shorts. Have a wonderful time!
Michele Lommasson said... (8/9/10 8:57 PM) Reply
Absolutely cute shorts. You are right about the difference in ease between wool pants and jeans. Jean usually have very little ease if any. They are often meant to be skin tight. You did a great job, and this was your first pair of pants. Awesome.
MichelleE said... (8/9/10 8:39 PM) Reply
Very chic looking for Paris! Have fun!
MNBarb said... (8/9/10 7:22 PM) Reply
Make more bottoms, they look great. I think there also might be a good Kwik Sew pattern for men, hint, hint!
snuzal said... (8/9/10 7:21 PM) Reply
Very very nice looking shorts! I'd like something like those for summer here, so I think after seeing yours, I'll have to get that pattern! And Paris, wow! You lucky thing. Have a great time :)
Elona said... (8/9/10 6:59 PM) Reply
There has been a lot of discussion here about fabric places in Paris. One old reliable, absolutely, is the big Tissus Reine in Montmartre, just below the Sacre-Coeur ( . Others can be found via this link:
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