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Reviewed by:ClaireEmily

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Posted on:11/12/11 10:28 PM
Last Updated:11/12/11 10:32 PM
Pattern Size:Plus-Sized Regular 
Review Rating: Very Helpful by 12 people   
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lyndle said... (4/23/12 8:29 PM) Reply
Great trousers! (Sorry, I still have trouble saying pants :-)) I love them in the denim look and they look good on you. This is really inspiring - I have just ordered the yoga pants and jasmine ones in a 22, so it's good to know that the larger sizes are as well drafted as the small ones. And congratulations.
marec said... (11/20/11 9:55 PM) Reply
Cute pants, and I am looking forward to seeing more of you around the boards etc as you get more sleep!
Kayseri said... (11/13/11 5:27 PM) Reply
Great looking pants
becca a said... (11/13/11 11:11 AM) Reply
These fit you perfectly! Congratulations on the new baby! And kudos on sewing and posting about it with a new baby.
AndreaSews said... (11/13/11 10:50 AM) Reply
Great fit - can't wait to make this pattern. Sewing with a new baby - definitely a challenge. The fabric really looks like denim. The waistband looks so comfortable.
Julia C said... (11/13/11 10:39 AM) Reply
Thank you for the info on how much you took off the center front. I need to remove some too.
MNBarb said... (11/13/11 8:43 AM) Reply
What a perfect fit. You have such a nice curvy shape so why not show it off with a well-fitted pair of pants. It might be necessary for me to try this pattern brand.
Mel.J said... (11/13/11 5:16 AM) Reply
They look great Claire! Comfy is so important when you have little kids, & these get style points too! You should definitely make some more :)
Maree P said... (11/13/11 2:25 AM) Reply
These look great Claire. You are doing so well to make this with a newborn and a little girl.
Vonnevo said... (11/13/11 1:28 AM) Reply
Great pants, Claire !!! You are looking great !!!!!!! Sewing with a new bub is not easy - congratulations :)
renren said... (11/13/11 0:31 AM) Reply
I think they are fabulous. Great fit! Didn't realize there was a new baby in the house, so yes, you've done wonderfully! The fit is just perfect.
Sew4Fun said... (11/13/11 0:21 AM) Reply
Wow Claire, these look fabulous! You have to be happy with the fit. You should definitely sew some more. Quick and easy to whip up with a baby too which is what you need at the moment. I think your sleep deprived, accidental fabric purchase (boy, I remember those days!) was meant to be. :)
QuiltSewSewSue said... (11/13/11 0:15 AM) Reply
Great pants! Well done - sewing with a baby is not easy!
FreyaStark said... (11/12/11 11:39 PM) Reply
It's great to see you back! They look like comfortable pants from a very useful pattern.
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