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Reviewed by:Geri Lynn

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Posted on:11/3/05 4:04 PM
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katynairn said...

11/3/05 4:12 PM
casken said...
Very nice. Burda always has nice pants. Thanks for your review.
11/3/05 4:53 PM
ConnieBJ said...
not one improvement needed! they look and fit great!
11/3/05 5:01 PM
CarolynGM said...
Very nice pants. I really like the interesting yoke seaming on these.
11/3/05 5:55 PM
bunz said...
Very cool yoke construction. Burda really rocks!
11/3/05 6:15 PM
G_l_e_n_d_a said...
The fit looks great to me! One trick I learned from Kenneth King that I would suggest is to make the pants hem shorter in the front than in the back, so there is a clean fabric line instead of having it bunch up a little on the shoe. Nice job. I wish I could get pants to fit so well. I may have to try out that yoke.
11/3/05 6:37 PM
Kathy Russell said...
Your pants turned out very nice. Was it hard to get the front yoke lines to meet up the way yours did. To me it looks like one of those patterns that has the potential to be off-kilter. Your making it sound too easy. Thanks for reviewing.
11/3/05 11:47 PM
hongkongshopper said...
They look great!
11/4/05 0:33 AM
Danvillegirl said...
Your pants fit very well. I like the design of this pant.
11/4/05 4:13 AM
SuzanM said...
Wow - nice looking pants! Love your fabric choice. Thanks for the review.
11/4/05 6:43 AM
Geri Lynn said...
Thanks everyone for your very nice compliments! Kathy, lining up the intersecting yoke seams wasn't really difficult at all. I pinned those seams where they'd match first, then pinned the rest of the seam before sewing. The pieces are designed in such a way that it really is pretty easy.
11/4/05 6:46 AM
Frogstitcher said...
Good job on your pants. I've been wanting to make these up as well. I think the yoke detailing is very interesting and could be made to draw attention. Your fit looks great.
11/4/05 8:26 AM
Lisette said...
Congrats on getting your pants done! You did a great job.
11/4/05 8:42 AM
Lee Ann Hawkins said...
I think you are not an 'advanced beginner' anymore!
11/4/05 4:44 PM
katyusha said...
Gorgeous, and great fit.
11/20/05 1:01 AM
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