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Miss Fancy Pants

Added Jan 21, 2011

by mollykatherine

Sydney, Australia

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Description

I made these pants with the idea of recreating Audrey Hepburns infamous capri pants. Although they are little brighter and a little less graceful I really like them.

I used the cropped trouser pattern with stretch cotton drill that I already had at home. It was a really simple pattern and lots of fun to sew.

Read more about my Fancy Pants on my blog – molly-made.blogspot.com

Material Notes

Stretch Cotton Drill

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Pants

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    Feb 27, 2011, 10.26 PMby laceandthimble

    I love these. I have been looking for a pattern to try them out myself- guess that I’ll have to give it a try. The color is great, too!

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    Jan 22, 2011, 09.34 AMby asperge11

    love the color :)

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    Jan 21, 2011, 03.55 PMby fairyprincess

    Very nice indeed! And how did you manage to get around the saggy crotch? I’ve got a 60s pattern waiting to get past the muslin stage but I keep encountering the dreaded saggy crotch.

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    Jan 21, 2011, 02.49 PMby Xenia phillip

    these are cute and they look great on you

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    Jan 21, 2011, 12.23 PMby emlj

    hey these are fantastic! like your blog post too, how did you fix the saggy crotch thinng? that always seems to happen when i make trousers. the colour is so summery too!

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      Jan 27, 2011, 04.14 AMby mollykatherine

      Thanks emli! So, ( for lovely fairyprincess too) I found that I got the saggy crotch when sewing the front to back seam last. Once i realised this i flipped them inside out and sewed along the inner thigh seams, making sure the crotch wasn’t too angled. Gosh, i hope that makes sense. You just have to look at the crotch as a cross section – front to back (belly to bum) and inner thigh. Hope that hekps

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