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Posted on:4/23/11 3:34 PM


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clothingengineer said...
Susan C: I think the pattern is drafted for a very slight low rise - something like 5/8" below the waist. I dipped mine in the front another 1" so yes that part of it is 1.5 inches below the waist. But the rest of it is about 5/8".
4/25/11 6:24 AM
Susan C said...
Perfect pants!! I'm going to look this pattern up for my daughter. She can't stand all the "extra" material in the pants she buys for work. She's 5'1 so there will clearly be a lot of shortening going on. Is the waistband sitting about an 1 1/2" below your waist?
4/24/11 12:01 PM
goodworks1 said...
Those are gorgeous on you!
4/24/11 0:03 AM
MNBarb said...
Perfect. You really got it right when it comes to fit. Very flattering!
4/23/11 8:57 PM
Nancywin said...
Of course this should be your TNT for pants! They fit you perfectly. Nice job.
4/23/11 8:57 PM
Renren said...
Very nice fit and interesting alteration.
4/23/11 7:38 PM
 
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