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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 09-2007-116 (Tulip Skirt)

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Sew4Fun said... (6/8/11 1:04 AM) Reply
I'm about to make the Burda Easy Fashion version of this skirt in a plaid and I've been straining my brain trying to work out how to cut the yoke. Your review has been so helpful!!!! It's great to have a visual of the two different ways of cutting. Thanks a million!
Sweetiebop said... (4/4/09 2:12 PM) Reply
You must be one of the stylist girls I see when I travel to D.C. Great work.
KateS said... (4/4/09 6:20 AM) Reply
Cute skirt - love it with the pink cardi combination, very stylish!!
Grammy Gin said... (4/3/09 4:23 PM) Reply
Cute skirt --- cute on you, too!
Sic said... (4/3/09 11:28 AM) Reply
Sewing Chick said... (4/3/09 8:43 AM) Reply
Well how cute is that! It's interesting how this pattern has suddenly taken off after a year and a half. I love your selection of fabric.
Ellenatlga said... (4/3/09 6:53 AM) Reply
I love this skirt! I wished I had this issue!
CrescentaLuna said... (4/2/09 11:11 PM) Reply
oh yeah! I like your short version. I'm almost done with this one myself (just hemming left) and I think the shape is great. Love it!
zazzie said... (4/2/09 5:35 PM) Reply
Nice result - an idea for the waist band if you do it again with a plaid : try on the biais. If need be, interface the piece to make sure it will not stretch or loose its shape. I've done this with plaids, even with pinstripes, with great results.
Christas said... (4/2/09 1:35 PM) Reply
Very cute skirt! I love the plaid you chose!
Karen6790 said... (4/2/09 12:51 PM) Reply
I love it - and that fabric SO doesn't look like it came from Joann's. I made this, don't know why it doesn't get more wear. You're sending me into the closet tonight to pull this one out. Great save on the waistband, too - 2nd one looks much better.
Em's Summer said... (4/2/09 11:09 AM) Reply
Great skirt that looks very cute and trendy on you !
katib said... (4/2/09 10:41 AM) Reply
cute skirt!
Mufffet said... (4/2/09 10:38 AM) Reply
Nice skirt! Very stylist on you. I love that hat in your pics page next to this skirt!
pterion said... (4/2/09 10:16 AM) Reply
Darling skirt, very cute on you. Good pattern too - you could use it year-round with different fabrics.
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