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Posted on:1/8/12 1:26 PM

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Elizabeth made this said...
The back pockets look great! I'm looking forward to your jeans for the contest. Keep up the good work.
1/14/12 9:21 AM
JDpenelope said...
There's more I could say about this attempt, but a girl can only cover so much ground in a muslin review. allycovey mentioned how difficult it would be to fit someone who's not here. I can't even fit myself and I'm always here. But her point, and those of others, isn't lost on me. I may end up just making a pair for myself. Thanks again, everyone.
1/9/12 8:01 PM
allycovey said...
eyp I found several things I didn't like about this pattern but overall it is really great. You did a fantastic job on them. Making for someone else who is not there can be a challenge!!
1/9/12 3:37 PM
Symon said...
Your jeans look fantastic! I've added this pattern to my wish list for when I get the guts to finally try making a pair! LOL
1/9/12 3:19 PM
Levone said...
These are great looking jeans for a trial run. I definitely need to order this pattern.
1/9/12 9:27 AM
JDpenelope said...
Patti B Take a deep breath and hold it! By the way, I have iPad envy. Thanks, everyone, for the feedback.
1/8/12 8:42 PM
treefrog said...
Well done. I can't wait to see the final pair of jeans. The topstitching on the back pocket is excellent. Hope you get good news with the fit.
1/8/12 7:34 PM
Patti B said...
Hiccup #2.
1/8/12 7:09 PM
Patti B said...
iPad hiccup -- sorry!
1/8/12 7:08 PM
Patti B said...
Great muslin, Joanne. I see a future of sewing jeans for your DGD. I am glad to hear that Lura's is still around.
1/8/12 7:08 PM
Raye Ann said...
Great looking muslin! I agree, ir was freeing to know this first run was just to learn on:) I have a second pair cut out to muslin....want to try a smaller size and perhaps a contoured band this time. I also straightened the leg for version 2.
1/8/12 3:45 PM
katlew03 said...
I agree with cleverkitty about using two threads instead of topstitching thread. My machine handles it much better. Just finished altering 6 pair of corduroy jeans for DD and found two threads so much easier and neater looking. Also don't get the skipped stitches that occur with the heavier thread.
1/8/12 3:26 PM
cleverkitty said...
I made these several times, low rise, regular, three different sizes and as long shorts too, I love this pattern. I too needed to find the perfect fit maybe the wine is the secret. I do keep improving them. Your pair looks real nice even as a muslin and I commend you for all your reading up on making jeans with the jeans sew along, I tend to read after the fact.. Using two threads threaded the same path into the same needle works real good for me getting a thicker thread look. Good Luck on the jean contest...
1/8/12 2:43 PM
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