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Maternity Pants 02/2012

Added Feb 17, 2012

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Munich, Germany




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Maternity Pants.

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Material Notes

Cotton gabardine with widthwise stretch, fabric width: 140 cm (55 ins), length:
Size 36 – 40: 1.10 m (1 1/4 yds)
Size 42 – 44: 1.40 m (1 5/8 yds)

Stretch jersey, 150 cm (59 ins) wide, for the waistband: 0.85 m (1 yd) for all sizes.




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Garment Type
Cotton, Linen, Polyester, Satin, Wool

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    Jan 2, 2016, 08.14 AMby Kiki Koko

    Ce message n’aurait pas pu être mieux écrit! Lecture de ce post me rappelle de mon bon vieux compagnon de chambre! Il n’arrêtait pas d’en parler. Je vais transmettre cette page à lui. Pratiquement certain qu’il va apprécier sa lecture. Merci de partager!

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    Jul 30, 2015, 03.58 AMby Stella Osbern

    The design of the pants is a cool one and would be very comfortable for pregnant ladies to use them in that period, rather than going for over sized dresses. The material of the pants gives more freedom for easy movements. bucky balls

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    May 23, 2015, 11.23 AMby shir

    Yes! same issue with the waistband!! solution please anyone?

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    Mar 14, 2014, 07.28 AMby maggiemc

    Just what I needed! Thanks.

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    Sep 14, 2012, 01.44 PMby Nadia Harun

    I’m making these but the waistband is absolutely massive and doesn’t look anything like the photo. The pattern for the waistband looks wrong (the sides don’t match for a start). I followed the pattern from the magazine, not the website. Anyone else had this problem or did I do something wrong when I traced it? As of now I’m thinking of taking a massive 8cm on each side of the front bit and add an elastic band at the top as I am not carrying octuplets!

    The legs are great though, and were very easy to make :)

    (By the way, I don’t know who Nadia Harun is. Apologies for unwittingly using your username Nadia. I am logged in via Facebook)

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