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Pattern Reviews> Burda> 7765 (Lingerie)

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Posted on:9/9/09 4:16 PM


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Holmar said... (10/29/09 11:45 AM) Reply
I just made a pair of capri pj's, my sewing teacher instructed me to sew them together the same way...one pant leg inside the other.They went together so easily...I'll be making them that way from now on.
Vintage Joan said... (9/10/09 11:47 AM) Reply
Great pj pants! :)
Stilltheone said... (9/10/09 9:52 AM) Reply
My grandma taught me to sew pants that way, too. I've tried the other way and don't see any difference.
JEF said... (9/10/09 9:51 AM) Reply
Very good review, thanks, and you picked the perfect pattern for pj pants! Peggy Sagers of Silhouette Patterns also has instructions for pant construction like your teacher gave you. At least for her yoga pants she does. I've made pants both ways and think I like your teacher's method better but both come out fine.
 
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