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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 08-2002-130 (Maternity Pants)

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Posted on:6/4/05 2:53 PM
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JDoole said... (11/10/05 9:43 AM) Reply
Tini, I made these trousers when I was pregnant and they were flattering (no bulky waist seam to stick out through the front of tops), comfortable, versatile (they look good as cropped trousers with boots or sandals) and incredibly quick to make. I actually put some buttonhole elastic through the back facing which makes them wearable all the way through and afterwards. Also I made them without the side panels (too fiddly), some with slightly lower 'waistlines' and with the stretch going round, not veritcally. I have made about ten pairs since I had my daughter for friends who all wanted to know where they were from!
JDoole said... (11/10/05 9:40 AM) Reply

Marita Kinnula said... (6/4/05 3:09 PM) Reply
Tini, you are such a good sister, I'm hoping also that they fit her.
els said... (6/4/05 3:00 PM) Reply
Tini, you are a busy bee sewing the wardrobe of your pregnant sister. Crossing fingers for the fitting session.
 
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