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Posted on:10/30/06 7:56 AM
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LiZ said... (11/6/06 4:42 PM) Reply
Beautiful skirt, I have been eye off that pattern
yummymummy38 said... (11/2/06 6:54 AM) Reply
Thank you everyone for your kind comments, this is my favourite skirt at the moment! I hesitated about the piping, it was relatively expensive, but v glad I put it in. If you flick through the album, you'll see the beige version.
Vonnevo said... (11/1/06 1:58 PM) Reply
ooohhh definitely yummy !! L--O-V-E your fabric choice for this design and the piping detail gives this skirt definite WOW, head turning appeal. Very Top End! Thanks for sharing with us :))
patsijean said... (10/31/06 11:08 AM) Reply
This is a beautiful skirt. The piping is perfect with your fabric choice. What a great pattern. The skirt length and proportions are perfect for your height.
cathy45 said... (10/31/06 9:30 AM) Reply
Love the piped flouce seam!
Nancy K said... (10/31/06 8:05 AM) Reply
Shortening the flounce gives you good proportions for your figure, good choice. It is flattering and nice combo of fabric and pattern.
Danvillegirl said... (10/31/06 5:24 AM) Reply
I truly like the piped seam top of flounce. Just the right touch! Good idea and one I may use.
Nancywin said... (10/30/06 8:49 PM) Reply
Isn't it amazing how one little detail (piping) can make such a huge difference in a garment? Well done!
newlywedws said... (10/30/06 6:44 PM) Reply
Looks like it came from a designer boutique. I love the velvet piping and material! Gorgeous!
Lilibet said... (10/30/06 4:25 PM) Reply
The piping looks great. I must try that on my next version.
mad4sewing said... (10/30/06 11:20 AM) Reply
I love the black piping. It really shows off the flounce!
bunz said... (10/30/06 11:13 AM) Reply
Pretty, pretty!!
slanden99 said... (10/30/06 11:01 AM) Reply
What a great skirt! Very pretty
Erica B. said... (10/30/06 10:48 AM) Reply
very pretty!
Stephanie C. said... (10/30/06 10:37 AM) Reply
That is gorgeous!
BeckyC said... (10/30/06 9:57 AM) Reply
Cute, cute skirt! I love the fabric. The velvet piping was just the right design touch.
Karen6790 said... (10/30/06 9:52 AM) Reply
That's an adorable skirt - I need to hunt up a copy of this issue. Love the piping on the flounce too.
redhead said... (10/30/06 9:51 AM) Reply
This is great on you. Thanks for reminding me of this pattern.
Seamingly Simple said... (10/30/06 8:31 AM) Reply
I love the piped seam at the top of the flounce. It adds such a WOW factor! To enable others to visualize the possibilities of this pattern, you might add photos for your other versions, too. We love looking at photos.
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