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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 03-2009-105 (Pleated Skirt with Pockets)

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Posted on:3/11/09 6:01 PM


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Beech FiveEight said... (3/15/09 7:47 PM) Reply
Your projects always turn out so great--I always have to see what you are up to next. You seem to be able to do anything. At first I was floored that you'd embroidered the flowers, they are the perfect complement to the pattern with regards to size and placement. The color really works well with the bright blouse, too. Great Job.
Karen6790 said... (3/12/09 9:29 AM) Reply
You've done it again - done a test drive on a pattern that's on my to-do list. And it's definitely still on the list after your review. Love the skirt, it works great with that fabric (that's why we stash, we're just waiting for the right pattern to come along). Love the pockets.
Lisa Laree said... (3/12/09 9:14 AM) Reply
Perfect pattern for the fabric! Great skirt!!
wendlesue said... (3/12/09 8:04 AM) Reply
Your skirt is quite cute on you. The one on the Burda model is not so cute. I would not have considered this pattern except for seeing your review. I love that fabric by the way.
SewPie said... (3/12/09 5:15 AM) Reply
Gorgeous, well done! From a New Zealand fan and Burda WOF lover.
QuiltSewSewSue said... (3/12/09 4:27 AM) Reply
Love that skirt and the fabric you used! I am planning to make this skirt so thanks for the review. I will check out your blog also.
Heidi Ho said... (3/11/09 11:52 PM) Reply
Cute skirt! I wasn't sure on this style but it turned out very nice.
Elke said... (3/11/09 9:58 PM) Reply
Very cute skirt... works well with your embroidered fabric!
ALY said... (3/11/09 8:57 PM) Reply
Great looking skirt and the fabric really works well with the design.
digs57 said... (3/11/09 8:49 PM) Reply
This looks really super. You wouldn't have enough of this lovely fabric for a little vest to go on top, by any chance?
Catbird said... (3/11/09 8:36 PM) Reply
This is a great marriage of fabric and pattern. They work perfectly together. I love those pockets!
Judy Wentz said... (3/11/09 8:25 PM) Reply
Very cute skirt. Good job.
Vintage Joan said... (3/11/09 8:19 PM) Reply
Wow, that's GORGEOUS!! And I'm amazed that it's such a high-waisted skirt -- you can't tell that at all from the technical drawing. So, I guess the natural waist is where the stitching is on the drawing?
Sallygirl said... (3/11/09 7:46 PM) Reply
Once again, a Burda pattern that didn't do a thing for me until I saw it done here! You made it so CUTE! The embroidery just looks perfect on it. Did you do that too?
marec said... (3/11/09 7:33 PM) Reply
Really awesome skirt. I love the fabric and think your skirt pattern choice highlights it. The color, and embroidery, and the belt make the skirt very special.
sewcrazy53 said... (3/11/09 7:13 PM) Reply
Cute skirt for a cute fabric. What did you do about the side pulls?
 
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