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Thread: Design 02 Susette sash pants

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    Design 02 Susette sash pants

    Size 62-92 cm

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    Re: Design 02 Susette sash pants

    I think this *MAY* have been the first otto thing I sewed, beyond the tiny footed pants.
    I believe I had done the pants hem and elastic differently than what the instructions suggested but I can't recall
    I don't know what size this is. Very small. Not the smallest, but maybe next to the smallest? 62 maybe?

    Front with good view of the sash.


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    Re: Design 02 Susette sash pants

    Really cute baby pants pattern, these looked adorable on my DD. One of my first Otto patterns too! I remember the belt loops not really fitting the way they were supposed to on the smaller sizes.
    Sewing, running, and yoga loving mom DS#1 (6) , DD (5), and DS#2 (3).

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    Re: Design 02 Susette sash pants

    These fit weird on DD, they were too short or too long, I could never decide. But dd loved them and wore them way too much anyway!
    Julianne, mama to two beautiful girls, teacher, and designer.

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    Re: Design 02 Susette sash pants

    sz 80, no sash, added pockets
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    Re: Design 02 Susette sash pants

    I think these turned out really cute! I liked the sash, but the beltloops were too long (if cut as instructed). They got in the way of the elastic so I had to move them down. I would cut them shorter next time.

    I cropped these 2" so dd could wear them in the summer. I did think the back rise looked a little strange, but we are also at that strange undies or diapers point. They look cute with a top over them.



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    Ottobre design 1-08-02- Susette sash pants

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    Pattern Manufacturer
    Ottobre design
    Pattern Name/Number
    1-08-02- Susette sash pants
    Pattern Description
    Elastic waist, yoked pants with a sash
    Which view and size did you make?
    Size 86 (with 92 length)
    Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing with it?
    Yes
    If not, why?
    -
    Were the instructions easy to follow?
    No
    If not, why?
    I did not construct these as instructed. Instead, I pieced each side (did my gathers, inserted the belt loops, attached to the yoke) before doing the crotch seams. I then sewed the inseam and finished with the side seam. The other way seemed too complicated.
    What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern?
    The back rise looks a little odd on dd. The pattern is really cute though. I like how you can change the look with different sashes.
    Fabric used
    purple batik
    Pattern alterations or any design changes you made or would recommend
    I chopped off 2" of the length to make them more appropriate for hot weather.
    Would you sew this pattern again?
    Yes
    Would you recommend this pattern to others?
    Yes
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