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Reviewed by:Sarah Liz

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Posted on:9/10/13 2:05 AM

Kwik Sew: 2960 by Sarah Liz  
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Sarah Liz said... (6/27/14 7:46 PM) Reply
Thank you everyone - it took me a while to get used to this fabric, but now I love it - and by the way, I've made five more pairs of pants from this pattern.
MNBarb said... (6/25/14 6:27 AM) Reply
These pants are so much fun! The shape and the geometric fabric flater you and give the outfit a nice unstuffy look.
Danmar said... (9/11/13 7:15 AM) Reply
Love your fabric pattern! Very flattering an distinctive looking
Danvillegirl said... (9/11/13 5:33 AM) Reply
Great fitting pants!
Sarah Liz said... (9/11/13 2:40 AM) Reply
Sew Libra, the crotch is not perfect on these either, but I can't get RTW that works for my crotch either. I may resort to Sandra Betzina's idea - cover the offending bottom area with a tunic/long top!
SewLibra said... (9/11/13 0:24 AM) Reply
I also have slim hips and legs, so I love that this fit you so well! I make slopers/blocks from RTW to alter commercial patterns in the crotch. I am done with trying to alter the crotch in the big 4 patterns! Too much work and frustration. Thank you for the review on this one and I may try it out with a print or geo pattern.
Sarah Liz said... (9/10/13 8:07 PM) Reply
Thank you everyone - and yes, I can get away with the geometric pattern - for those of you that are curvy, I would not recommend this sort of pattern.
Elona said... (9/10/13 2:15 PM) Reply
You got some excellent pants there! BTW, great idea on your blog about using a flexible ruler to duplicate your crotch curve to help with fitting.
KensingtonCrab said... (9/10/13 6:11 AM) Reply
Yes, very flattering and I like the fabric used!
BeaJay said... (9/10/13 2:36 AM) Reply
Looks great - love the pattern. I think the pattern on the straight leg is very flattering on you.
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