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« on: February 24, 2006 11:21:38 PM »

Not ever! These were the first pair I've ever sewn. The pattern was about 4 inches to small so I made sure to cut it large. They're pretty comtorable and I'm now giving myself a nice little pat on the back.

My mirror is flithy! I should be ashamed of myself Tongue


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« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2006 11:11:19 AM »

Can't see them that well, but they look really professional! Good job. I am very intimidated by the idea of making pants.
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« Reply #2 on: February 25, 2006 03:14:55 PM »

Hey those look great! My mirror looks the same too! Here's a tip on pictures where you'll never have to show your dirty mirror again... if you ahve a digital camera that has the viewer on it (most do have them but I just had to state that), instead of aiming at the mirror and looking at your camera viewer to focus/center your image, turn the camera around, and aim it at you, then use the dirty mirror to see the image viewer to see if you are centered!
Hope that makes sense! And I really think you did a maaahhvelous job on the pants dirty mirror or no!  Grin
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« Reply #3 on: February 25, 2006 08:33:18 PM »

Those pants look great.  They fit well and look well made, and you say they are comfortable, cannot beat good fit, look nice and comfortable.  Good job.
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« Reply #4 on: February 26, 2006 01:20:49 AM »

Can't see them that well, but they look really professional! Good job. I am very intimidated by the idea of making pants.

Thanks. I was too but I've realized that I'm not much of a skirt wearer so it was time to evolve. Now if I could get over my fear of sewing pockets!

Hey those look great! My mirror looks the same too! Here's a tip on pictures where you'll never have to show your dirty mirror again... if you ahve a digital camera that has the viewer on it (most do have them but I just had to state that), instead of aiming at the mirror and looking at your camera viewer to focus/center your image, turn the camera around, and aim it at you, then use the dirty mirror to see the image viewer to see if you are centered!
Hope that makes sense! And I really think you did a maaahhvelous job on the pants dirty mirror or no!  Grin

Thank you. I'll try that. I will also clean my nasty mirror...later...yeah later.

Those pants look great.  They fit well and look well made, and you say they are comfortable, cannot beat good fit, look nice and comfortable.  Good job.

Thank you! It's nice to be able to wear the pants I put my blood, sweat, and tears into.
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NVA
« Reply #5 on: February 27, 2006 12:37:08 AM »

Can't see them that well, but they look really professional! Good job. I am very intimidated by the idea of making pants.

Thanks. I was too but I've realized that I'm not much of a skirt wearer so it was time to evolve. Now if I could get over my fear of sewing pockets!

Hey those look great! My mirror looks the same too! Here's a tip on pictures where you'll never have to show your dirty mirror again... if you ahve a digital camera that has the viewer on it (most do have them but I just had to state that), instead of aiming at the mirror and looking at your camera viewer to focus/center your image, turn the camera around, and aim it at you, then use the dirty mirror to see the image viewer to see if you are centered!
Hope that makes sense! And I really think you did a maaahhvelous job on the pants dirty mirror or no!  Grin

Thank you. I'll try that. I will also clean my nasty mirror...later...yeah later.

Those pants look great.  They fit well and look well made, and you say they are comfortable, cannot beat good fit, look nice and comfortable.  Good job.

Thank you! It's nice to be able to wear the pants I put my blood, sweat, and tears into.
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