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Posted on:3/24/05 6:22 AM
Review Rating: Very Helpful by 6 people   
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Joyfullife said... (3/25/05 11:42 PM) Reply
I agree, these pants look terrific. I'm tempted to try them too.
Barbara at Cat Fur Studio said... (3/25/05 6:37 AM) Reply
These look wonderful on you. Congrats on a great job.
Danvillegirl said... (3/25/05 6:35 AM) Reply
They look very flattering on you. Glad you had such success.
valerie sews said... (3/25/05 1:59 AM) Reply
Thank you guys. Leslie I am working on getting extra photos up, hopefully soon.
LiZ said... (3/24/05 11:19 PM) Reply
Val, These are great looking pants. I can remember those pants from the seventies too. I will have to get this pattern.
Reedy said... (3/24/05 4:32 PM) Reply
Very nice! I might have to buy this pattern!
SouthernStitch said... (3/24/05 12:20 PM) Reply
These are a definite temptation, seeing how many stretch woven pant fabrics I have in the stash! Yours came out great!
Vonnevo said... (3/24/05 12:03 PM) Reply
Terrific pants Val. I am a Burda pant girl, but these seem like a no hassle, good fit pattern. I am going to cave in and buy this one.
Deepika said... (3/24/05 11:37 AM) Reply
Jeanette, if you click on Val's profile (click on full profile from the box) you can see her body type there.
Leslie in Austin said... (3/24/05 9:42 AM) Reply
These look really terrific, Val. Would you share some side and rear views with us? These definitely don't look low cut on you or on the pattern photos and drawings. I think the pattern companies haven't been RTW shopping lately to see what real low cut pants look like.
Hilary said... (3/24/05 7:58 AM) Reply
I have this pattern and love it too! I have made a pair of stretch jeans which are supremely comfortable and well fitted :oP I need another pair! I agree about the swayback-I have only to make a slight adjustment on KS, for a long back crotch, and they fit great. Thanks for the review!
sewkal said... (3/24/05 7:58 AM) Reply
Nicely done- the fit is very flattering!
BjP said... (3/24/05 7:35 AM) Reply
These pants look great, and I really like that the pant legs are not too wide and full. But, could you describe to me what you define as your "body type"? I would be most interested in this pattern if you could describe that a little bit more....
CarolynGM said... (3/24/05 7:21 AM) Reply
The pants look great. I just made my first KS pants and loved the fit also.
Deepika said... (3/24/05 6:46 AM) Reply
Val, these pants look so well fitting! Thanks for such a helpful review. Even though my body type is different than yours, I am tempted to try this pattern. Once can never have enough pants patterns, right?
PegL said... (3/24/05 6:27 AM) Reply
Great looking pants!! Very helpful review too! Thanks
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