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Reviewed by:Terri A
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Posted on:12/4/09 2:10 AM
Last Updated:12/4/09 2:23 AM
Review Rating: Helpful by 2 people    Very Helpful by 2 people   
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Athene said... (1/3/10 5:57 AM) Reply
A very attractive skirt. The wool crepe looks so nice in your close up photo of the waist area.
Terri A said... (12/4/09 2:53 PM) Reply
This skirt was modeled for my photo album by my daughter, since my grandma lives some distance away. so, my daughter has really long legs... like normal skirts are short on her. On a normal person this skirt would be even longer on the leg. It could also be a hair longer with the added waistband depending where you like your waistband placed on your waist. modesty is important to me too and I think this rivals the longest lengths of business skirts you could buy for secular work... I would wear this skirt anywhere and feel like I fit right in. The fabric is somewhat upscale, but serviceable at the same time. HTH lamstu Thanks you nice people who left kind remarks:-) I do plan to make one for me:-)
ladybegood said... (12/4/09 2:26 PM) Reply
This looks like the perfect A-line skirt! Love the shoes, too ;)
elily00 said... (12/4/09 1:43 PM) Reply
that is gorgeous fabric! i love it! i hope you have extra for yourself! :) fabulous skirt, your grandma is lucky to have you make her something so beautiful :)
Barbara V said... (12/4/09 10:27 AM) Reply
Pretty skirt. I follow your thought process to face the waist instead of using bottonhole on waistband. Each project with particular fabric sometimes require changes and choices as you go along. Flexibility is good. Nice job.
lamstu said... (12/4/09 7:31 AM) Reply
This looks like a very classy skirt indeed. Do you think it's for work and church or can it go a little more casual - lunch in town with the ladies? My crowd gets all "ooh" just for showing legs out of jeans :)
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