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Thanks for this, for just showing that it can be done! I find that it's either modify our lady pants or, as I've recently learned, get skinny jeans in the men's section!Sounds weird, but especially for curvy women, it works. Men's pants tend to have more room in the rear (for men, makes for baggier pants, for curvy lasses, room for our... butts!). Most of all, men's pants have pockets you could hide a library in!
I'm not sure what I love the most about this tutorial - your spirit of reusing old stuff, your mistake-turned-feature honesty, your daring gumption to stand up to shopping cart authority, or your charming diction. I've been looking for a neoprene sleeve for my Wacom tablet, without much luck within budget, and I thought I may as well see if it was possible to just make one. Well, here we are! I look forward to digging through Mom's closet for old wetsuits now :) Cheers, man, thanks for your awesome guide! I'll be sure to post photos if I yield any sleevy results.
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*CLAPCLAPCLAP*I love this intractable so much it makes my jaw hurt from smiling. Thank you for your loyalty to the Scientific Method in testing this particular hypothesis. I would love to test this myself. I have many different fabrics for sewing projects and as such I could add to the sample size.Anyway, great work! Your rational and methodical approach to this problem is inspiring. Thank you for further propagating this scientific mindset!
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