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Posted on:2/1/07 9:48 AM
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slanden99 said... (2/21/07 1:24 PM) Reply
Beautiful skirt. I love that border print
AnneM said... (2/5/07 9:04 AM) Reply
And a fine job you did! Neat looking skirt - although difficult, I think it was a good fabric choice.
Ciclista said... (2/2/07 8:28 AM) Reply
I learn so much from PR. Beautiful creativity with the embroidery. At first glance I though you had sewn on lace as the border.
Josephine said... (2/1/07 11:45 PM) Reply
Clareew, TNT means Tried n' True - a pattern that you know fits you so you can make it over and over in different fabrics.
nicegirl said... (2/1/07 10:21 PM) Reply
The embroidery looks fantastic! I wouldn't notice it was pieced.
Karen6790 said... (2/1/07 6:35 PM) Reply
Somehow I never noticed this pattern before - wish list! Beautiful job matching the embroidery. I can see why you've made a few of this skirt.
Linda G said... (2/1/07 6:29 PM) Reply
I really like the way you did this with the border...I am sure it was a pain but worth it
KiwiWendy said... (2/1/07 6:22 PM) Reply
great skirt. I'd have given up with the border fabric and used something else so I admire your determination
Tiner W said... (2/1/07 5:43 PM) Reply
Beautiful skirt! And just when I thought I had every pattern I needed!
Re Becca said... (2/1/07 2:31 PM) Reply
Good job, the embroidery make is a very speical skirt. This looks like a nice wardrobe staple.
Tammy(TX) said... (2/1/07 11:42 AM) Reply
Great job on the print - I love that skirt! I just made one and my measurements are the higher end of L but the skirt was a little big. Maybe I need to go down a size, too.
Clareew said... (2/1/07 11:26 AM) Reply
Fabulous skirt - I now want this pattern. By the way what does TNT stand for? I keep reading it but cannot work it out.
Josephine said... (2/1/07 11:12 AM) Reply
Beautiful skirt! This is my TNT pattern, too, and I've been wanting to try it with a border pattern. Can you give a little more info on how you did that? :-)
CarolynGM said... (2/1/07 11:05 AM) Reply
You did a fine job of lining up the embroidery. The skirt looks really nice.
pterion said... (2/1/07 10:40 AM) Reply
What a pretty border print. It looks tricky to line up but you did a great job.
cindy-lou said... (2/1/07 10:17 AM) Reply
very nice job lining up your fabric. The little details matter so much. A beautiful skirt!
dreamdesigner said... (2/1/07 9:57 AM) Reply
Great job on that! I really like the fabric.
redhead said... (2/1/07 9:50 AM) Reply
When I saw the photo, I thought, "now how did she line up the border with the four gores being slightly off-grain at center front and center back? Great job with it.
 
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