Part 2 Thai Pants

Added Mar 25, 2009

by ainslaw

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I whipped out my own version of Thai Pants yesterday evening. I added a good 4 or 5 inches to the hem, and am happy with how the came out? :P

Material Notes

Thrifted Navy/Grey Fabric

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    Mar 27, 2009, 05.11 AMby adys

    Hi! Your pants look so cool! I feel like sewing them too (the only thing that has been keeping me from making them is such a big amount of fabric needed). I also like the colour of yours. Thanks for inspiration :)

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    Mar 27, 2009, 05.00 AMby polychromatin

    Your photos are great and I also think your pants look great! Adding fabric at the hem is a good idea. If I’ll ever try these pants again, I will do that too, plus taking away some fabric at the sides, then I think they’ll look good.

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    Mar 26, 2009, 12.24 AMby kquade

    hi! I have to say, when burdastyle came out with that pattern I thought, what the hell?! They are awfully strange looking pants! But they do look like they would feel amazing to lounge around in. Also, I really love you’re photography. The wagon and the chair and the tree are fitting props. Can’t wait to see more from you!

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