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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 05-2007-112A (trousers)

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Reviewed by:Linda G
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Posted on:5/17/08 8:30 PM
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Heatherrique said...
Cool and flattering pants, Linda! Great style!
5/17/08 9:00 PM
wvsher said...
The look great, very stylish. I am very impressed by how you were able to use components of three patterns to get the look and fit you wanted.
5/17/08 9:35 PM
Eli said...
Very elegant and well fitted, with a sense of timelessness to them!
5/17/08 11:53 PM
Marita Kinnula said...
They look very flattering on you, congrats!!
5/18/08 0:53 AM
Annette1 said...
GREAT-looking outfit! You've got this pattern (or should I say "these patterns") nailed. :o)
5/18/08 8:02 PM
tomed said...
These look great on you! Good job on combining the patterns for a great fit.
5/18/08 8:51 PM
 
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