Online Sewing Class: Clone Your Favorite Garment
SIGNUP - FREE Membership and 1 FREE Sewing Lesson
| FAQ | Login

Pattern Reviews> New Look> 6951 (Miss/Men Separates)

3 more reviews
Viewed 102 times 
Reviewed by:Manalto
photo

 
 
About Manaltostar
Member since: 5/29/08
Reviews: 21 (patterns: 11)
Favored by: 7 people
more...
Report a problem with this review
Posted on:5/9/10 4:30 PM
Last Updated:5/9/10 5:24 PM
Review Rating: Very Helpful by 2 people   
See other patterns in this category: Shorts    Pants    Mens - Pants    
To read this review, please Login. Only registered members can read reviews written more than 6 months ago.

Merchants on PR

Home Sewing Depot


Home Dec Sewing Supplies
Deals!

Patterns from the Past


vintage sewing patterns
Deals!

Nature's Fabrics


Natural & Organic Fabrics
Deals!

<< Previous      Next >>
3 Comments      Login to Add a Comment    
Trephas2003 said... (5/26/10 3:41 PM) Reply
They sound great!
Manalto said... (5/13/10 12:03 PM) Reply
Thanks for your comment, Judi. While I appreciate what a serger is capable of doing, for most clothing I prefer the look and feel of a clean, flat-felled seam. I suppose it doesn't make that much difference on sportswear, but I need the practice. I do all my projects on vintage (pre-1960) machines, but I do have a serger (a White Super Lock 503) but haven't tried it out yet. You see, I have this thing about plastic... PS: It's not Panama grass, just humble straw.
JudiBee2 said... (5/10/10 12:43 PM) Reply
Thanks for posting. Well, there is no time like the present to learn to take out that tape measure and sort it all out ahead of time, or make a muslin. Even for the crotch. Notice the guy in the picture is very tall and thin, and who knows if they pin the pants in the back to make them fit better before snapping the picture. For seams finishes, one word, serger. Thanks for posting. Nice to see a young man who wants to enjoy such a great hobby. If you are wearing a real Panama hat in the picture, I really am jealous!
 
adv. search»
pattern | machine | member
        
Online Class
Sewing with Slippery & Drapey Fabrics
Sewing with Slippery & Drapey Fabrics

Class Details

Online Class
Break your Serger Out of the Box
Break your Serger Out of the Box

Class Details

Vogue Patterns 8972

photo
by: sew dooley

Review
Paradiso Designs Okashi Courier Bag Pattern

Paradiso Designs Okashi Courier Bag Pattern

Pattern Details
Sewing Workshop Deja Vu Wrap Pattern

Sewing Workshop Deja Vu Wrap Pattern

Pattern Details
Lekala Patterns 4123

photo
by: gmagina

Review