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Pattern Reviews> Ottobre Design Magazine> 02-2004-25 (Tiered Skirts)

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Reviewed by:Meggie LuLu

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Posted on:2/14/09 11:36 PM
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Karendee said... (3/17/09 1:56 PM) Reply
If these aren't the cutest skirts on those two addorable models! What a nice group of sisters, all in smiles and adorable clothes. You are a great big Sis!
Peggy L said... (3/16/09 9:35 AM) Reply
Do you ever sleep??? Those skirts are as cute as they can be (as are the girls). I remember having some of that fabric - I think it is by Debbie Mumm.
pterion said... (3/15/09 10:05 PM) Reply
Awww, they are so cute! The skirts are lovely and your sister look like they are having a blast twirling in them.
EveS said... (3/15/09 0:14 AM) Reply
Oh my gosh, they look straight out of Ottobre! ADORABLE!! Great review, too, and boy, that fabric has some history!!! :)
cindy-lou said... (3/14/09 11:39 PM) Reply
Meggie, what cute skirts! Almost as cute as the girls wearing them. ;) You have such a good eye!
CynthiaSue said... (3/14/09 11:18 PM) Reply
meggie, that tutorial is so helpful. thank you for making it. your skirts are precious. you are becoming the expert seamstress!
callmeRuth said... (3/14/09 5:20 PM) Reply
Nice job, Meggie! The skirts are so cute.
Mahler said... (3/14/09 4:44 PM) Reply
This is a delightful fabric that you used perfectly. What a great and universal pattern . As usual, those two girls make the best models of all.
AnneMarie60 said... (3/14/09 3:52 PM) Reply
Both skirts are adorable. The girls' complete ensembles are fit for the cover of a magazine! Annette is right about the threat of a federal law looming against unrestrained twirling (LOL!). Great job, Meggie. You're so very talented.
Annette1 said... (3/14/09 3:17 PM) Reply
Boy, I'd say these little skirts definitely CAME TO LIFE with that TWIRL EFFECT. I never knew twirling could be so DANGEROUS. Pretty soon there will be a new FEDERAL LAW telling us we all have to use safety restraints while twirling, lest we CRASH INTO A TREE! These little skirts are adorable, and all the more so on Margaret Anne and Claire Baby. :o)
Catbird said... (2/15/09 7:45 PM) Reply
So sweet! Adorable fabric choice, and nicely distributed by you in the design. They must be so thrilled with their new skirts!
Heatherrique said... (2/15/09 4:00 PM) Reply
Wow! Eyecatchingly beautiful! Very nice merge of fabric and style!
Annette1 said... (2/15/09 1:47 PM) Reply
Well, these are just PERFECT. I LOVE the way you put the border to use in BOTH versions. I can't believe they both wear the same size. :o))) Of course, one's shorter, but still!
Nana39 said... (2/15/09 1:42 PM) Reply
FurGal said... (2/15/09 12:53 PM) Reply
Really cute skirts!
Jali said... (2/15/09 11:34 AM) Reply
Cute, cute skirts. Lovely, lovely fabric.
Sandi S said... (2/15/09 8:18 AM) Reply
So cute! I've been eyeing up this pattern for when my DD gets big enough for it.
kerrynw said... (2/15/09 6:25 AM) Reply
Fantastic skirts! Your sisters are so lucky to have such a talented sister.
Pam~Off The Cuff~ said... (2/15/09 5:28 AM) Reply
Such cute skirts! I'm impressed with your continuing foray into the wonderful world of "hacking" patterns ;)
eugenia123 said... (2/15/09 5:05 AM) Reply
These skirts are fabulous - they look like they're destined to become family heirlooms. I really love the fabric.
fourkid said... (2/15/09 2:53 AM) Reply
Beautiful skirts!!!
Diana M said... (2/15/09 1:03 AM) Reply
Very clever and thoughtful use of the fabric designs -- ultra boutique looking!
katlew03 said... (2/15/09 0:30 AM) Reply
Love the fabric. My DGD also loves twirly skirts so I'll have to make this one if I can get a copy of the pattern.
wendlesue said... (2/14/09 11:38 PM) Reply
Awww, how cute are those?!
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