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Pattern Reviews> Patrones Magazine> 245-25 (Chloe Skirt)

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Posted on:7/13/08 3:27 PM

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Marji said... (7/14/08 3:22 PM) Reply
So glad your pose is a bit more modest than the models! ;) Great looking skirt, and what a fun print to make it in. Have fun wearing it.
Sweetiebop said... (7/14/08 12:30 PM) Reply
Love the skirt and such a unique fabric. You definitely have a knack of how to use different fabrics and their prints.
Deepika said... (7/14/08 11:53 AM) Reply
oh wow. That is one gorgeous skirt!
Amber in Norfolk said... (7/14/08 10:27 AM) Reply
Really cute skirt!
carolynw said... (7/14/08 7:59 AM) Reply
Oooh - gorgeous and as always you look absolutely beautiful in the outfit - sigh with a little envy
yorkshire lass said... (7/14/08 3:52 AM) Reply
Wow, that's really cute. Love both the lines and the fabric and it looks really stunning on you.
Annette1 said... (7/13/08 11:37 PM) Reply
I love the whole silhouette. The way the design is on the waistband, it almost makes it look like there's ruching at the waist, or a looped self-fabric belt or something. I love it!
Dei said... (7/13/08 9:14 PM) Reply
Sew cute. That fabric is just too much. I love it. And it's perfect for the skirt. I am anxiously awaiting my first Patrones mag that I purchased on Ebay. Your skirt has made me even more excited.
Sew4Fun said... (7/13/08 7:12 PM) Reply
Cute, trendy skirt! This pattern was perfect for your fabric. I like your shoes too. :)
EveS said... (7/13/08 7:09 PM) Reply
That really is very cute on you! You're right, tho. Definitely requires a skinny shirt. Love that fabric, too!! Oh, if I wasn't such a wuss..... :)
Winifred said... (7/13/08 5:55 PM) Reply
You look fab in this skirt Cidell and shows off your long slim legs - make another one !
Sigrid. said... (7/13/08 5:28 PM) Reply
SUPER outfit, the combination with shirt and shoes is terrific. The skirt fabric is TDF.
Beek said... (7/13/08 5:20 PM) Reply
Wonderful skirt. It is so contemporary in it's cut and fabric selection. Way to GO!
craftylady66 said... (7/13/08 4:47 PM) Reply
double post!
craftylady66 said... (7/13/08 4:46 PM) Reply
Very nice. I agree about sewing without the instructions, but then I always forget a step or two!
Karen6790 said... (7/13/08 4:36 PM) Reply
It's a much prettier skirt without that London-Bridge pose! I'm going to have to take a second look at this. I've become a quick and serious convert to the gospel of Patrones. And sewing without instructions is kind of fun.
CarolynGM said... (7/13/08 3:48 PM) Reply
It's a darling skirt. You look great in the bold, dramatic print.
Puppy said... (7/13/08 3:38 PM) Reply
A very, very cute and now happenin' skirt!
coolobreeze said... (7/13/08 3:34 PM) Reply
Great skirt AND review! I must revisit my old copy of Patrones now.
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