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

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Posted on:1/15/10 3:38 AM
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rsersh said... (1/27/10 7:04 PM) Reply
This is such a great skirt.
kerrynw said... (1/19/10 3:42 AM) Reply
Beautiful skirt!
Michele Lommasson said... (1/17/10 3:37 PM) Reply
This is a fabulous skirt. Looks great on you. The wrinkles in the upper hip area may mean that the skirt needs to be a tense bigger a little lower down. I don't know. I'd wear it and enjoy it anyway because it looks great!
Kbenco said... (1/16/10 11:42 PM) Reply
Your skirt looks gorgeous. I particularly like your use of piping.
Jane S said... (1/16/10 7:34 PM) Reply
What a great looking skirt, so chic and feminine.
Heidi Ho said... (1/15/10 11:21 PM) Reply
That skirt turned out very nice!! I love the piping.
jent said... (1/15/10 7:11 PM) Reply
I love your skirt - so cute with the piping! I made this one too and had similar issues with the wrinkling. I'm going to try to figure out how to make it a bit larger around the hip/thigh and see if that smooths it out.
Elemenopeo said... (1/15/10 5:58 PM) Reply
Came out great!
nellc said... (1/15/10 5:36 PM) Reply
Lovely skirt, I really like the piping.
Knitters Delight said... (1/15/10 1:44 PM) Reply
That is a gorgeous skirt! Fabulous job.
Tez said... (1/15/10 1:39 PM) Reply
Lovely skirt! I really like the way you used the piping.
maedchen said... (1/15/10 1:14 PM) Reply
love it, might have to make it for my DD. Great review!
QuickFade said... (1/15/10 1:01 PM) Reply
Inspiring. I love seeing the styles on "real" people rather than the magazine models. Very flattering.
Barbara V said... (1/15/10 12:12 PM) Reply
Really pretty skirt and outfit with your top and shoes.
figtree said... (1/15/10 11:12 AM) Reply
I really like the piping, nice idea!
Beek said... (1/15/10 11:00 AM) Reply
Darling skirt! It is so flattering on you.
julie w said... (1/15/10 9:32 AM) Reply
I like the feminine flair at the bottom of the skirt and the way you have added the piping. Looks great!
Vonnevo said... (1/15/10 6:35 AM) Reply
Your skirt is fabulous and very stylish ! Thank you for sharing :)
Rebecca D said... (1/15/10 6:34 AM) Reply
Great-looking skirt, love the flippy-ness, the seaming, very groovy. I've got to find this issue somewhere.
Mel.J said... (1/15/10 5:48 AM) Reply
This is a great skirt. I think it looks good on you. Thanks for all the photos.
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