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pants not on fire

Added Jan 9, 2008

by juebejue

San Jose, Califo...

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My second attempt at Nichola pants. the first one had too high of a waist, and i had to trim down the sides by .75inches each, although i am supposingly a 34. I guess i like my pants tighter! For this one i reduced the top of the pattern by 1.5 inches. but i am short.

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pinstripe

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    Jan 18, 2008, 02.03 PMby dairyheir66

    I also made this pattern and had to take in the waist. After the alterations, I love my pants. Yours look good on you. Nice job!

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    Jan 9, 2008, 05.13 PMby jj1

    Congrat. for the great fit. You did such a good job at alteration. I like this pattern too, it’s my new fav. pants now.

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    Jan 9, 2008, 03.50 AMby lauriana

    I agree with Fashion1! I think the precise fit trousers should have (concerning both how high the waistband is and how tight they are), is really a matter of preference, and unfortunately, if you’re substantially shorter or taller than the 1,68 m the pattern was drafted for, it’s only getting more difficult. But you did a very good job!

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    Jan 8, 2008, 11.45 PMby fashion1

    they fit you very well! great job on this!

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