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Pattern Reviews> Self Drafted Pattern> 242889-1001 (Full Circle Skirt with Tucks)

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Reviewed by:Claverie

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Posted on:5/28/12 4:05 PM
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Claverie said... (5/29/12 12:20 PM) Reply
oh gosh. didn't think anyone would even READ the review. thanks for the comments y'all and the hem tip.
Bernadette W said... (5/29/12 10:40 AM) Reply
Love the Skirt-just as it is! Great job!
arianamaniacs said... (5/29/12 2:45 AM) Reply
I like this length too. I don't like my skirts to end at the thickest part of my calves. What an interesting twist on a circle skirt!
ArtAttack said... (5/29/12 2:31 AM) Reply
Adorable and I would keep the length. You are a designer!
SavageCoco said... (5/28/12 10:41 PM) Reply
You did a terrific job! I've made many a full circle skirt - they move so beautifully. I hang mine for a few days too, so that's correct. THEN I steam a contrasting fabric or color of 1" or 2" bias hem tape in wide arcs and use that to hem them with. It's easy to do on the machine, gives a clean hem line finish removing the tricky "measure and iron up the hem" step - stitching on the bias tape will do that in one step. And then when you walk or move around, you get this marvelous little peek of color from the inside contrast hem bias tape. Again, great skirt! Rock it!
Sewiing Sue said... (5/28/12 10:02 PM) Reply

Sewiing Sue said... (5/28/12 10:02 PM) Reply
I think if you shortened it, you would need a crinoline so it would not look boxy. The tucks are really nifty.
hmacski said... (5/28/12 6:28 PM) Reply
very cool skirt and I agree...keep it long!
Claverie said... (5/28/12 6:01 PM) Reply
Thank you ladies. Long it is.
Schnauzer said... (5/28/12 5:26 PM) Reply
I think the length is just right. Lovely skirt!
BillieJean said... (5/28/12 4:12 PM) Reply
I wouldn't cut any of it off for me. I just love wearing skirts this length with sandals.
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