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Posted on:2/3/13 0:56 AM
Last Updated:2/3/13 1:26 AM


Review Rating: Helpful by 3 people    Very Helpful by 30 people   
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Tolkenesque said... (4/11/15 8:30 PM) Reply
Could you type up or link to directions for the pocket opening? I like it, but I can't follow the illustration.
Kimbercrow said... (9/17/13 6:39 PM) Reply
I am tall too, and understand the need for pants that come up higher so they don't feel like they are going to fall down all the time!
StudioCherie said... (5/16/13 5:13 PM) Reply
great review. I think I need this pattern.
Adventurer said... (4/14/13 8:46 PM) Reply
I joined the class, was looking for responses. I love your adaptation.
AnneCarol said... (2/9/13 4:18 PM) Reply
Thanks for the thorough review. I am thinking of doing the class too but had the same doubts as you about the pattern. Thanks too for the 'pocket' closure suggestion. Fantastic altogether!
cathy45 said... (2/4/13 10:50 AM) Reply
Great fitting pants and thank you for the wonderful review.
Pj3g said... (2/4/13 9:40 AM) Reply
Love the fabric and they look great!
CypGrl said... (2/4/13 0:28 AM) Reply
One of the most detailed and helpful reviews ever. I am not a fan of the patterned pants that are so on trend, but they are a wonderful look on you and the material is so beautiful.
QuiltSewSewSue said... (2/3/13 5:52 PM) Reply
Great review thanks. I have joined that Craftsy class to, but am like you in that I am not sure I like the pattern. You have done a great job of perfecting your fit in these pants.
JTink said... (2/3/13 1:34 PM) Reply
These are great.
petro said... (2/3/13 11:48 AM) Reply
Really nice pants, the fabric is perfect.
Clareew said... (2/3/13 11:21 AM) Reply
Great review, great pants, thanks for being so thorough.
sunnysewer said... (2/3/13 11:11 AM) Reply
fantastic fit, I can imagine these pants in a variety of fabrics
renren said... (2/3/13 11:05 AM) Reply
Great review with lots of detail. I'll have to try that part about making only the top part of the pants as a muslin. Your pants look super and appear to fit very well. Those old instructions seem to give a lot more detail than the ones we use now! As far as your next problem, you will have lots of colour chocies for these very colourful pants.
Laurasews said... (2/3/13 10:02 AM) Reply
Thank you for your timely review. I love your fabric! I am currently finishing my pants from the Craftsy class. You did a very good job on the adjustments to get a great fit! I am anxious to get mine done now.
GoodbyeValntino said... (2/3/13 7:00 AM) Reply
Your hard work and alterations made for a beautiful pair of slacks! I love the fabric.
Dilliander said... (2/3/13 3:28 AM) Reply
These look fabulous on you, such fun fabric and you have achieved a great fit. Thanks for your details on the pocket and closure, and the vh review.
mm said... (2/3/13 3:22 AM) Reply
Great pants in great fabric.
Nonezzat said... (2/3/13 3:06 AM) Reply
These pants are adorable and they look so fun to wear.
pamscott said... (2/3/13 2:35 AM) Reply
I really like them and I think they are a great fit on you :0)
 
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