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Posted on:9/4/06 11:11 AM
Pattern Size:Plus-Sized Regular 

Review Rating: Helpful by 2 people    Very Helpful by 7 people   
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Amber in Norfolk said...
Oh I love the fabric you used! I definitely want to try this pattern!
9/20/06 3:42 PM
cathy45 said...
Love your skirt! It's so stylish and your fabric choice will make it comfortable,too. Total winner.
9/6/06 11:13 AM
AnneM said...
Pleats like that look so classy. Very nice. Now make & review that top as well. :o
9/5/06 2:27 PM
Linda F said...
Wow, what a great skirt, and it is corduroy! That is a surprise. I love those basic patterns that help build our wardrobe.
9/5/06 7:35 AM
SBanks said...
Chic skirt! I love houndstooth and corduroy - so you get a bonus for that! Nice job.
9/4/06 3:35 PM
Erica B. said...
very cute skirt. I love the corduroy!
9/4/06 2:41 PM
cindyann said...
Very nice. I've been looking for a pencil skirt pattern with out a waistband and this looks great. Love the pleat.
9/4/06 2:41 PM
Tiner W said...
Great skirt! I love houndstooth!
9/4/06 11:59 AM
Skymom said...
Very cute skirt, and quite up-to-the-minute style-wise. Re: facings not fitting the skirt waistline: did you staystitch the waist before sewing the skirt? Sometimes the waist stretches as you assemble the skirt. Staystitching will help, as would sewing a length of twill tape along the waist seamlines before beginning construction. I don't usually use twill tape--it can add bulk where you don't want it.
9/4/06 11:16 AM
maryfrana said...
Very nice! The whole outfit looks chic.
9/4/06 11:14 AM
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