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Pattern Reviews> Wild Ginger> 03 (Yoked Skirt)

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Reviewed by:Kay Y
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Posted on:3/18/06 10:18 PM
Last Updated:11/5/06 5:33 PM

Review Rating: Helpful by 2 people    Very Helpful by 9 people   
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Jan B. said...
Great transformation on the pattern and lovely fit. All your sewing is so polished!
3/19/06 1:07 PM
AndSewOn said...
How elegant your skirt is! And what a useful skirt it must be to have in your wardrobe. Beautiful.
3/19/06 1:00 PM
KarmenG said...
What a beatuiful skirt! Although your fabric is dark I am able to see the seaming - it is lovely. Very feminine and flattering. It must feel wonderful to wear.
3/19/06 9:32 AM
AnneM said...
Good advertisement for PMB; your skirt is great.
3/19/06 9:21 AM
Danvillegirl said...
I love PMB but for some reason I have not used it in awhile. When I see what you and others are doing with the program, it reinforces the need for me to start using it again. Great looking skirt. Great tip on elastic. Maybe you could write a tip on this for Tips and Techniques-hint,hint!
3/19/06 7:34 AM
CarolynGM said...
Lovely skirt. PMB sounds like so much fun!
3/19/06 6:36 AM
hongkongshopper said...
Clever! As nice as the patterns that inspired you.
3/19/06 4:00 AM
Lhan said...
Great review. Using your skills like this is inspiring, and the result is fabulous. I just might get to this stage one day .... Thanks for the tip about the elastic too - it looks very professional in the photo.
3/18/06 11:30 PM
Cambric Tea said...
It's great! I tried a version of the HP Bustle Back skirt too. I did it the low-tech slash and spread way, but I got greedy with the dip in back and ended up with something more like a Flamenco performer's skirt. Your version is much more refined!
3/18/06 10:22 PM
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