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Pattern Reviews> Loes Hinse Designs> 5010 (Tango Skirt)

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Posted on:4/5/07 6:01 PM
Last Updated:4/6/07 4:23 PM


Review Rating: Helpful by 2 people    Very Helpful by 7 people   
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AnneM said... (4/16/07 1:03 PM) Reply
Very nice skirt. These patterns seem to come out so nicely.
Sewliz said... (4/7/07 8:29 AM) Reply
Who is that very stylish lady? Wow, beautiful skirt and love the outfit.
Schnauzer said... (4/7/07 3:04 AM) Reply
Lovely skirt Beve!
Puddin Pop said... (4/6/07 12:47 PM) Reply
Very attractive skirt. Looks like you have a rat terrier. I have a black and tan. She is also, adored.
Sewing Chick said... (4/6/07 12:29 PM) Reply
Your skirt looks terrific on you. I have made 3 or 4 of these skirts, and plan to make another one soon - already have the fabric picked out.
j222b said... (4/6/07 11:53 AM) Reply
Beve: Thanks for the reply. Now, I "get it". Happy Holiday!
Em's Summer said... (4/6/07 10:22 AM) Reply
That's a very pretty skirt! And what a cute little pooch posing with you in your pic!
Doris W. in TN said... (4/6/07 9:11 AM) Reply
Great skirt and I love the fabric.
Beve said... (4/6/07 8:12 AM) Reply

Beve said... (4/6/07 8:06 AM) Reply
j222b: Version A calls for pressing each seam together rather than to one side for a "bowed rib" effect. Turned out not to be good for my wide hip. Pressing the seam to the side flattened the upper area, but I liked the small flare at the knee, so I left those seams pressed together. (Not sure Loes would approve!)
Danvillegirl said... (4/6/07 6:50 AM) Reply
Your skirt looks nice on you. I like your shorter version of this skirt.
Nancywin said... (4/6/07 3:22 AM) Reply
Don't you just love LH patterns? Your skirt looks very pretty and I'm sure you'll wear it often
Jo Wales said... (4/6/07 0:42 AM) Reply
It was nice to see your Loes Hinse skirt. It turned out really beautiful. We met at one of her seminars a couple of years ago, my daughter Julie was with me. I sure wish I could afford another seminar. It was fun and I learned alot. Her patterns are the only ones I use. Just love them.
carolynw said... (4/5/07 11:20 PM) Reply
Very elegant - looks RTW!
Linda G said... (4/5/07 11:06 PM) Reply
Very nice skirt the black and white is soo in this season.
CarolynGM said... (4/5/07 7:02 PM) Reply
Beautiful skirt. I love the flippy hem.
j222b said... (4/5/07 6:19 PM) Reply
Lovely. I love it. A question, though: how did pressing the seams to one side to the knee help it look less like a barrel, when worn? Yours looks stunning.
Rhonda in Montreal said... (4/5/07 6:06 PM) Reply
Simply elegant, Beve!!
 
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