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Pattern Reviews> BurdaStyle Magazine> 12-2008-118 (Diagonal seamed skirt)

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Reviewed by:Mary Nanna

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Posted on:6/18/09 4:48 AM

Review Rating: Very Helpful by 6 people   
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BillieJean said...
This is totally cute!!!
6/18/09 5:21 AM
Judy Williment said...
I really love this one. I liked it in the magazine, but your flounce is the finishing touch it needed.
6/18/09 5:53 AM
QuiltSewSewSue said...
Great recycling and a great skirt!
6/18/09 6:09 AM
Patti B said...
What an interesting skirt and a great rescue of fabric!
6/18/09 10:11 AM
VtMartha said...
Very cool skirt!
6/18/09 11:11 AM
Lisa p said...
Your skirt is very striking, beautiful . It looks so different to the one in the magazine.
6/18/09 1:10 PM
colourbynumber said...
Mary-- I love it!I need to file this in my favorites for the Fall. Thanks for a great review.
6/18/09 3:00 PM
Renren said...
I love your skirt, too, and I love the fabric!!! The flounce adds just the right amount of interest, and your styling (belt/boots/top)--which completes the look nicely--is both tasteful and artistic!!!
6/18/09 5:49 PM
ClaireEmily said...
I really love your skirt. The fit, the cut, the flounce - it all really works! What a bargain too.....
6/18/09 7:57 PM
Grammy Gin said...
You've made a totally chic skirt! Looks perfect for your location shots, too!
6/20/09 0:07 AM
GBK said...
A gorgeous skirt, proving that longer skirts can look really hip!
6/20/09 3:00 PM
barbcl said...
Your skirt looks very stylish and well fitting. I had the same alteration problems with another BWOF skirt that had a bias element, and I ended up adding a yoke at the top to be able to keep the style at the middle and bottom while fitting my waist better. Haven't posted it yet, but it is wearable.
6/20/09 3:29 PM
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