Nichola

Added Nov 7, 2007

By burdastyle

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Description

Cold winds stop right here at these straight and strong pant legs, and yes Australia – the sun can stay away as well – we used wool but feel free to use linen or denim to make these straight leg pants your perfect all weather suitable friend. Easy to sew and figure flattering!

Material Notes

Wool

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Pants
Style
Business, Casual, Classic
Material
Wool

Credits

Tights
Model
Top
Shoes
Location
Hair and Make up
Photographer

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    Aug 10, 2011, 02.39 AMby kelselam

    I love the top as well! Does anyone know if there is a pattern for that also?

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    Aug 9, 2011, 04.34 AMby nikkishell

    I like that this pattern was named after me! Still haven’t made them though ;-/

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    Aug 9, 2011, 03.20 AMby stitchikles

    Hmmm…. Burdastyle featured these as a ‘wide-leg’ but they look pretty straight to me…. still, very flattering, just the kind of cut I like around the hip. I would like to give these a try.

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    Aug 7, 2011, 11.44 PMby Rebecca Alleyne

    I loooove this so much! I’m definitely making these

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    Aug 5, 2011, 01.52 AMby reliablechef

    These look very similar to the Ellen pant pattern that you can get for free. I like the fabric choice on these!

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    Aug 4, 2011, 06.04 PMby nouvellegamine

    this is a very cute, adventurous pattern.

    but the front definitely needs more ease. the stripes have no business being yanked that far out of alignment.

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    Aug 4, 2011, 04.13 PMby cheschiiire

    Wow, these look amazing!

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    Sep 23, 2009, 07.21 PMby littlevigilante

    I made two pairs of these. Both pairs ended up being slightly more loose on me than the model pictured. With the first pair I made, I found the waist needed to be lowered for me and the crotch curve was…I guess too snug for me? The front of the crotch rode too close for comfort but a minor adjustment was all that was needed to correct this. The second pair I made turned out great and I get many compliments when I wear them. This is a great pattern that was easily altered to fit my body shape. I promise I will post pictures!

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    Sep 23, 2009, 07.21 PMby littlevigilante

    I made two pairs of these. Both pairs ended up being slightly more loose on me than the model pictured. With the first pair I made, I found the waist needed to be lowered for me and the crotch curve was…I guess too snug for me? The front of the crotch rode too close for comfort but a minor adjustment was all that was needed to correct this. The second pair I made turned out great and I get many compliments when I wear them. This is a great pattern that was easily altered to fit my body shape. I promise I will post pictures!

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    Feb 2, 2009, 01.26 AMby cassii

    As gorgeous as this model is, I think the reason the crotch looks uncomfortable/taut is because the pants are just a little too stretched across the upper thighs and across the butt. You can see the stripes in the fabric pulled out of alignment.

    Tailor make them for yourself and I’ll bet they look perfect.

    Now as soon as I make it into Winter, I might consider making these myself ;)

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    Dec 30, 2008, 05.22 AMby julies

    I do appreciate a straight pants pattern, but the crotch is … I’m not sure how to describe… a bit too taut? A bit off? It limits the choice of fabric.

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    Oct 26, 2008, 04.11 PMby newmanator

    how do these pants fit on a short-legged, round-butt, little-waist body? I’m always so weary of making pants. If I like the pants at a store but then put them on my body, they don’t always look the same. So how can I be sure a pattern works for me?

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      Aug 4, 2011, 06.08 PMby nouvellegamine

      i would suggest adding darts to the back. all of my pants except my jeans have darts bc i have a round bottom :)

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    Mar 6, 2008, 02.31 PMby kissy

    I like this pants very much! Actually,I love all of your creations….

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