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Pattern Reviews> Suitability> 2600 (Western Chaps)

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Posted on:2/14/09 7:03 PM
Last Updated:2/14/09 7:13 PM
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LynnQ said... (1/10/10 11:52 PM) Reply
I've sent for the pattern to make the Western chaps for a High School play. I'm making 12 pair, but with pleather, 56" wide, so it's not necessary to mortgage the house for the material! Thanks for the review. If you have any suggestions for Chaps teenage boys will be dancing in... please let me know!
LynnQ said... (1/10/10 11:52 PM) Reply
I've sent for the pattern to make the Western chaps for a High School play. I'm making 12 pair, but with pleather, 56" wide, so it's not necessary to mortgage the house for the material! Thanks for the review. If you have any suggestions for Chaps teenage boys will be dancing in... please let me know!
pammieh said... (7/26/09 11:36 AM) Reply
Wow!! So impressive and wonderful - great idea and fantastic tailoring.
Peggy L said... (2/16/09 3:53 PM) Reply
These are impressive. Great score on the ultrasuede.
arianamaniacs said... (2/16/09 9:54 AM) Reply
well done, pardner! ;) these are way cool and stylish!
MaryDB said... (2/15/09 10:07 AM) Reply
I'm very impressed! Wonderful job, they look and fit great.
renren said... (2/15/09 9:40 AM) Reply
OH, I wanna be a cowgirl . . . so I can wear these! AND from your blog: "Leah looked at them and commented something about I guess you have to wear pants with them! LOL!" ROFL!!! Yes, indeed, there is a BIG difference between riding bareback and barebottomed (think Lady Godvia). These are fantastic, but with nary a horse in sight, I may have to think future Halloween costume. Go WesternSew! You're the Number 1 Stasher (at least last time I looked)!
fourkid said... (2/15/09 3:10 AM) Reply
These are great. Your changes were well thought out. Great deals for buying the "ingredients" - I love a thrift store bargain.
Robin Denning said... (2/14/09 8:58 PM) Reply
awesome! I sewed a jacket from a Suitability pattern a few years ago and I was pretty impressed. Your chaps look amazing!
Diana M said... (2/14/09 8:11 PM) Reply
Very fine looking chaps -- and what a deal for the ultrasuede! Nice job!
Christas said... (2/14/09 7:09 PM) Reply
These are very impressive!
 
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