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Pattern Reviews> Christine Jonson> 622 (BaseWear One Leggings)

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Reviewed by:Noile

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Posted on:7/22/11 7:43 AM
Last Updated:7/23/11 7:25 PM
Review Rating: Helpful by 2 people    Very Helpful by 7 people   
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MNBarb said... (7/23/11 9:07 PM) Reply
Thanks for showing the leggings in use. It really helps to see the fit. I am on the lookout for good legging/yoga pant fabric and have been seeing that Spandex House has a nice selection. Nice to know the weight of the cotton/lycra is heavy enough to use for this type of garment. Perfect wardrobe staples.
Hilary said... (7/23/11 9:28 AM) Reply
They look great! I love leggings-so comfy! I need some for exercise wear. Where did you purchase your fabric? I can't seem to find any locally!
renren said... (7/22/11 5:27 PM) Reply
Great review and quite well organized with lots of useful information. I'm out of the leggings demographic . . . but you tempt me!
Judy Kski said... (7/22/11 3:56 PM) Reply
You're so right about not using casings on this type of garment. The stitched-on waistband is so much quicker and neater than the traditional casing elastic. It makes sense to use this type of waistline if you don't have to worry about changing sizes. Thanks for sharing your storyboard. You've been doing very well following it. It was interesting to read about your "journey" using it. This might be just what I need to get focused with my sewing.
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