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Posted on:4/25/12 2:53 PM

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grays08 said...
You saved me because I loved this pattern when I first saw it! Bless your heart though for posting the picture - it does help to see how the fit is.
4/26/12 4:29 PM
MNBarb said...
I LOVED jumpsuits in the '80's, one garment and you're out the door. Obviously, by your description, this pattern is a dog. Jumpsuits should be comfortable. The thought of trying to fit pants AND a bodice in one garment makes me want to faint. Good for you for trying.
4/26/12 8:10 AM
ChristmasHills said...
Ah yes, I remember jumpsuits back when I was a teen. Nightmare for just the reason Elona mentioned.
4/25/12 11:46 PM
Elona said...
If you think it's hard to get into a jumpsuit in normal circumstances, you have not lived until you have tried to use it in the ladies' restroom! I remember watching one poor lady, wearing almost an identical garment, as she came out of stall struggling to adjust the thing. In addition, part of it had fallen into the toilet, because you have to sort of undress and there was just too much fabric to control under those particular circumstances. ;-)
4/25/12 3:43 PM
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