Added Mar 18, 2013
I bought this wonderful deep blue denim fabric that used to have a nice sleek waxy look, lost after the first wash (mea culpa! I should not have washed in so hot water), and then I came accross february BS number and saw number 119 pants…
The model is exactly the same, I have not sewn pockets, as I was not able to understand the instructions. After wearing them for the first time I realized some changes should be done: I put a button otherwise the zipper slided when sitting, I kind of serged it (when I first cut the fabric I used the special scissors and it did not work), and sewed the waistband. Finally I got to this nice pants.
Deep blue denim
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