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Posted on:1/13/04 9:57 PM
Last Updated:1/17/04 3:58 PM
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MaryBeth said... (1/14/04 1:58 PM) Reply
MaryT: this isn't the power stretch you and I got from Wazoodle. This has short smooth loops on the body side. I believe that Tessa used our fuzzy power stretch in her review of Jalie 2328. There's lots of different weights of power stretch. I will get to that stuff soon as it's for the coldest weather.
Lou. said... (1/14/04 12:35 PM) Reply
They look warm Mary Beth. I have some womens long Johns that look just like these and they've been my lifesaver this winter walking the dogs. DH hates them....they come up to my chest!!
SouthernStitch said... (1/14/04 12:19 PM) Reply
Glad to see that you did sew up the Power Stretch and that these leggings came out so nice. I am thinking leggings and a tunic with mine too - so versatile!
MaryBeth said... (1/14/04 12:06 PM) Reply
There won't be an upgrade to the Curves 2.2 program for another number of months. Right now Wild Ginger is working on upgrading the Child's Play and Tailor Made programs.
jlg said... (1/14/04 6:06 AM) Reply
Mary Beth, thanks for the review. I have been considering getting Curves as well as PMB v. 3.
Georgene said... (1/14/04 0:49 AM) Reply
MaryBeth it sounds like you are really getting a lot out of your PMB software, after all your forays it's seems that it is really starting to do what you want it to. The contrast with the Unique pattern that was custom made for you is striking. The learning curve is long, if not steep, but the flexiblity of this program is mind-boggling.
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