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Reviewed by:Lou.

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Posted on:2/1/05 10:44 AM
Last Updated:2/9/05 1:59 PM

Review Rating: Very Helpful by 2 people   
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Katharine in BXL said... (3/28/05 7:38 AM) Reply
Yeah, I also have to compliment you on your healthy figure and your sewing skills. I like the red pants. They're funky.
Tailypo said... (2/16/05 3:51 PM) Reply
Hooray! Finally a truly low-rise KS pattern!
AnneM said... (2/9/05 4:55 PM) Reply
Nice 2nd version.
tigger said... (2/9/05 4:03 PM) Reply
Love the pants - they look great - and thanks for the tip on the zipper foot for elastic insertion - I might give that a try!
AnneM said... (2/2/05 4:04 PM) Reply
Hey, nice fabric! I wouldn't have thought that the pants were that low-rise, based on the pattern pic. Good style for you.
Annika said... (2/2/05 10:57 AM) Reply
Great pants, great color! Beautiful figure too!
SewTwin said... (2/2/05 0:58 AM) Reply
WOW! Cool Print, glad you could work in time for sewing. Babies don't let you get out much! You're going to be a busy girl!
Gilraen Surion said... (2/2/05 0:26 AM) Reply
Great pants, great fabric
JDpenelope said... (2/1/05 7:40 PM) Reply
Great pants. Must add my complements, too, on your restored figure. And the pants fit you so nicely!
Gigi Louis said... (2/1/05 5:03 PM) Reply
What cute pants! I can't believe you just had a baby. Maybe if I started carrying around my 160 lb. baby I could get into shape. ;-)
Lou. said... (2/1/05 2:06 PM) Reply
The key to a flat stomach....a 16lb 10oz 4 month old and a lot of walking! Thanks!
PegL said... (2/1/05 2:04 PM) Reply
Your pants are really cute and look wonderful on you! If I did a 1000 situps a day for the next 10 years my tummy wouldn't look that good!
KarenP said... (2/1/05 1:26 PM) Reply
Thanks for reviewing this! I've been looking for a pull-on pant pattern that would be good for linen and this looks like a winner. Your pants look great!
Leslie in Austin said... (2/1/05 1:14 PM) Reply
Wow, thanks a lot, Lou. Ya just had to go and post that photo of your itty bitty tiny *POST BABY* waist. You look fab, chica. Cool fabric--AnneM swaps out great stuff, huh.
Lou. said... (2/1/05 12:07 PM) Reply

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