Added Sep 16, 2008
Brooklyn, New Yo...
love these pants! they are so comfortable. i’m using them as pj pants.
NOTES on the pattern: the pattern doesn’t give a cutting layout guide, and it does NOT follow traditional cutting rules. basically, instead of how you normally cut fabric by folding it with right sides together and cutting each piece (which produces 2 pieces that are mirror images of each other), you will instead just cut 2 identical pieces (fabric right side up on both). go ahead, ask me how i know.
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