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Reviewed by:Terri K

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Posted on:7/12/09 6:16 PM
Last Updated:7/12/09 6:34 PM
Pattern Size:Plus-Sized Regular Petite 
Review Rating: Helpful by 2 people    Very Helpful by 13 people   
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Cultured Purl said... (5/23/12 12:16 PM) Reply
Oh I was just wondering if we are talking about the same pattern that I have?? I do not have any mock fly or sarong wrap on my pattern~
Cultured Purl said... (3/14/12 1:46 AM) Reply
How lovely and flattering they look on you, cannot wait to sew them up,,,,, I like the comparison to the other pant you made out of the same fabric and while I cannot comment on the fit of each, the OSP top looks a lot nicer~ good sewing to you~
JDpenelope said... (10/18/09 3:25 PM) Reply
Nice review and great photos, including the flickr set. The linen cropped pants are quite nice. I have this pattern and it is recommended for slinky knits. Am also considering silk noil -- both of these are for travel. I need something easy to sew, that travels and wears well, and of course looks good. This may be it.
katie lynne said... (7/21/09 4:48 AM) Reply
Your wardrobe is simply gorgeous. I was interested to see your use of cotton sateen for bottomweight--wondered how it drapes; and it looks luscious. Louise would be proud!
Grammy Gin said... (7/13/09 1:42 PM) Reply
No wonder this is a TNT for you. You look fabulous in them!
Peggy L said... (7/13/09 8:14 AM) Reply
Beautiful wardrobe of one seams. It is interesting to see all the different types of fabric you used.
Fran G said... (7/13/09 7:43 AM) Reply
Wonderfully fitting pants; stylish and comfortable looking. Your home must have tons of closet space!!
Marie_P. said... (7/12/09 10:05 PM) Reply
The pants look very flattering. How did you do the waist?
Terri K said... (7/12/09 9:44 PM) Reply
Thank you for the nice comments. I agree with what Elona said as well.
Athene said... (7/12/09 9:36 PM) Reply
Very nice and flattering pants - Elona expresses it perfectly.
Elona said... (7/12/09 6:49 PM) Reply
Beautiful, Terri! Pants leg widths may be influenced by the current fashion trend (whatever the heck it may be at any given time), but a well-cut pant with a lovely drape is forever.
moushka said... (7/12/09 6:26 PM) Reply
Your pants are beautiful and look fabulous on you. Sounds like the pattern is worth the money if it can fit so many different sizes. Sue
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