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Reviewed by:Clareew
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Posted on:6/5/12 9:13 AM
Last Updated:7/2/12 5:02 AM

Review Rating: Helpful by 2 people    Very Helpful by 12 people   
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woggy said...
love your pants and oh what a cute, cute dog!
7/2/12 11:37 AM
lcdrbetty said...
Love your pants! Fit is wonderful, and how clever to slip in a hidden pocket. Very helpful review!
7/2/12 8:22 AM
Clareew said...
I have mended the photo links, please let me know if there are any more problems.
7/2/12 6:47 AM
Sew Whatever said...
I seem to need to sign in to see the photos. I would love to see them. Especially the difference that pressing out the bias makes.
7/1/12 5:01 PM
Clareew said...
Masd, there is a seam there. It shows better on different version - I will upload a photo later for you to see it better.
6/30/12 3:47 PM
Terri A said...
Very nice fitting pants!
6/22/12 10:11 PM
SquishSews said...
Ditto on all the kudos! Excellent explanations, and my goal is to learn to do all kinds of secret pockets, so your pants are particularly appealing to me.
6/5/12 9:10 PM
Fictionfan said...
Great fit! Nice looking pants and such a clever pocket. Great thing to have when traveling! I forgot about that SB trick. Thanks for the reminder, thanks for the review.
6/5/12 8:03 PM
seamsmith1 said...
I have put in a thigh high side pocket in a "bound buttonhole" opening. I have thought of using an invisible zipper, but didn't think that it could be sewn into a slit in the fabric instead of a seam. Did you cut a horizontal seam on the pants leg?
6/5/12 7:20 PM
Sherril Miller said...
That's a really nice fit you've got in this pattern. It's a great idea to make it over and over again!
6/5/12 2:02 PM
quathy said...
Nice work, and I love your pocket and other changes. Thanks for the tip about pressing out the bias - I've never heard of that before, and I'm getting ready to make my first linen pants. This will be very helpful!
6/5/12 2:01 PM
allycovey said...
I love the pants and the review, (oh and i love the background ;)
6/5/12 1:25 PM
kremmer said...
Hello Clare, well done! Thanks for included the tip on seat stretch prevention. So useful!
6/5/12 12:52 PM
Clareew said...
CTBarb, I couldn't find the link to the Seat Stretch Prevention so I have edited the review include a photo from the S Betzina book.
6/5/12 11:02 AM
Sigrid. said...
Great fit Clare, they look very good. The pocket is a nice detail.
6/5/12 11:00 AM
Sanibelle said...
I am so impressed with the fit. (And achieving it with an elastic waist!) They look fabulous. Have a wonderful time in Barcelona.
6/5/12 10:19 AM
nicegirl said...
Nice job on these pants! That back view shows what a great fit you have. The hidden pocket is so clever.
6/5/12 10:14 AM
CTBarb said...
Great fitting pants. And great review. Okay, I'll bite, I have never heard of "pressing out the bias," but my linens always bag. Please tell me!!
6/5/12 9:41 AM
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