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Pattern Reviews> Jalie> 2908 (Women's Stretch Jeans)

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Posted on:4/5/09 11:22 AM
Last Updated:3/6/10 6:04 PM


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 42 people   
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JillyBe said... (2/22/11 9:32 PM) Reply
Awesome review! I followed your link from your latest review; which is why my comment is so belated... I should be (finally!) making these jeans soon, & your review will be my go-to source for tips!
chrisquilts_2 said... (4/26/10 9:34 AM) Reply
Love them in corduroy!!
Terri A said... (3/8/10 2:34 AM) Reply
This is the best ever review! Thanks!
redhotpepper said... (3/7/10 11:49 PM) Reply
Very nice. I like how your doggy is showing his rear view too in your light colored, low rise version!!!
no7262 said... (3/7/10 11:56 AM) Reply
Very nice! Nora :)
KyleQC said... (3/7/10 7:48 AM) Reply
I am in the process of tracing this pattern, so I really appreciate all your tips. Thanks for such a thorough review.
Heidi Ho said... (3/6/10 11:18 PM) Reply
Great pair in corduroy!!
cindyann said... (12/28/09 5:05 PM) Reply
Great review! I'm getting ready to make these and your tips are noted!
persevering said... (6/5/09 1:04 PM) Reply
Thanks for your great review of your fabulous jeans.
Leora said... (4/18/09 12:53 PM) Reply
The gaposis fix you linked to really makes a difference, thank you! Your jeans look great!
Second Avenue said... (4/18/09 9:03 AM) Reply
Hi Becca A, Great job! Your jeans look great and your review has inspired me to try something I never thought would work out - making jeans! Regards, Gaylene
becca a said... (4/9/09 3:00 PM) Reply
Ann S, I was afraid to sew jeans, but the idea of the jeans sew along encouraged me, and I'm really glad I tried this pattern.
AnnS said... (4/9/09 12:28 PM) Reply
I've always wanted to sew jeans, and your review may push me over the edge to get this Jalie pattern! Nice job!
appleton78 said... (4/8/09 10:53 AM) Reply
Very impressive my dear!!! I just got this pattern and am now super excited to cut in. I can tell you however I WON"T be using the smallest adult size : ) Thanks for the super review!!
Hilary said... (4/8/09 10:36 AM) Reply
These turned out so great! What a beautiful job you did~and thanks for all the tips!
Miranda said... (4/7/09 10:52 AM) Reply
Really fantastic jeans, you have done a really really wonderful job.
Jean McGuire said... (4/7/09 8:34 AM) Reply
Great job and a nice review. Your jeans look very nice and a good fit.
Gold said... (4/7/09 7:47 AM) Reply
You did a fantastic job! Great review.
Lori V said... (4/7/09 7:17 AM) Reply
Great review and the jeans look fantastic.
Vintage Joan said... (4/7/09 0:54 AM) Reply
These are fantastic -- your wearable muslin is great, too!
Dale C said... (4/6/09 10:30 PM) Reply
Wow they look great! I'm so glad to see these reviews popping up now, just before I start cutting. Reading them made me realize I may need to include the extra 1" for fitting as my body is not nearly as slim and svelte as yours and cabinbaby's...
MagpieJen said... (4/6/09 9:20 PM) Reply
Fantastic review! Wonderful workmanship! These are jeans after my own heart too - I might have to give this pattern a try.
badgerfan said... (4/6/09 9:06 PM) Reply
Your jeans look terrific. Great tip on the rivet insertion.
shastababy said... (4/6/09 7:58 PM) Reply
Thanks for a great review! I've been on the fence about this pattern, but you've convinced me to give it a try. Your fit is fabulous, great job! Thanks also for the links, I have gaposis problems as well.
Sew4Fun said... (4/6/09 7:06 PM) Reply
Great jeans. Nice job and thanks for the review.
RLL said... (4/6/09 7:00 PM) Reply
Your finished product is incredible. They are very RTW looking. Great job!
becca a said... (4/6/09 6:53 PM) Reply
Thank you all for your kind comments!
Christas said... (4/6/09 6:44 PM) Reply
These look WONDERFUL! You did a fantastic job on them....... great review!
Erica B. said... (4/6/09 3:44 PM) Reply
Those look great on you! I'll be making my own pair in the next couple of weeks.
Ann's Fashion Studio said... (4/5/09 6:16 PM) Reply
Great job. The fit looks perfect.
squirrellypoo said... (4/5/09 5:23 PM) Reply
These look great! Well done on your first jeans!!
Spring said... (4/5/09 1:09 PM) Reply
Your Jeans look great on you!
becca a said... (4/5/09 12:48 PM) Reply
MasoumaRose I will take pictures of the jeans and edit the review in the next day or so.
MasoumaRose said... (4/5/09 12:10 PM) Reply
I think that I'm seeing only pictures of your muslin--do you have a link to the jeans made from the denim? I admit, Im' envious--I'm still waiting for my patterns to arrive. :)
becca a said... (4/5/09 12:08 PM) Reply

becca a said... (4/5/09 12:05 PM) Reply
Thank you for your kind comments. Cabinbaby, these are my muslin/prototype first attempt. I did all the topstitching because I wanted to practice--double rows of topstitching are something I had never done before. The only thing I didn't do was put stitching on the pockets as I couldn't think of a way to do this that would minimize my butt and looking at my RTW jeans I could see that most of them have no pocket stitching either.
maryfrana said... (4/5/09 11:49 AM) Reply
They really fit! Nice job and great review.
cabinbaby said... (4/5/09 11:39 AM) Reply
:) Those look great! Did you do all the topstitching?
Annette Wright said... (4/5/09 11:36 AM) Reply
They look great on your butt!!!
Elona said... (4/5/09 11:33 AM) Reply
Thanks for a great review. The jeans look really jean-like on you, and that's actually pretty rare with jeans patterns (sounds funny, but it's true: Very often they look like some kind of trouser hybrid).
 
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