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Old 7th March 2013, 22:32
Elisheva Elisheva is offline
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Default Re: Looking for a pattern for jersey pyjama bottoms

Sorry it's taken me ages to reply!

Thanks for the info about tissu fabrics. I've seen some lovely things on there for this and other fabrics and they do deliver here.

I have just looked at reviews for Kwik Sew 3044 and some people have had the same kind of problems I had with the Butterick pattern - the rise being too low and the proportions being off.

About the rise - would this be an easy problem to fix? One of the reviewers wrote that she re-did the waistband by cutting 1.5 inches off it ut I tried that with the ones I already made and they came out weird again! Maybe it woud work with this pattern as the legs are made of one piece each instead of two. what do you think?
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