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Posted on:8/6/10 9:37 AM

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o3b said... (8/7/10 3:21 AM) Reply
You were smart to make this into a skirt. The piping was a great idea, too. Your skirt is very striking.
thirteenstitches said... (8/6/10 11:06 PM) Reply
Great job on your skirt : ) Very cute fabric choice too. Reminds me of stained glass ; ) Love it!
Jeannine1976 said... (8/6/10 9:42 PM) Reply
Nan Kay: The skirt sits about an inch below my belly button. The duct tape dress form isn't the actual shape is a bit more defined. So the skirt sits well on my hips and bum.
Kristine Kay said... (8/6/10 8:21 PM) Reply
Great fabric and the piping is the perfect touch. Very, very nice!
Sew4Fun said... (8/6/10 6:55 PM) Reply
Love your skirt! Great match of pattern and fabric.
becca a said... (8/6/10 5:58 PM) Reply
Your fabric and piping are the perfect combo for this pattern. Great skirt!
Lazy Stitching said... (8/6/10 3:45 PM) Reply
Argh.... I sooo want to steal that skirt! I love yellow and soft gray together and the piping tops everything off so nicely.
aliesje said... (8/6/10 2:25 PM) Reply
so cute! hadn't really noticed this pattern; now i'll give it another look!
Nan Kay said... (8/6/10 12:21 PM) Reply
Love the piping. Where does the waist sit? Is it supposed to sit on the hips? If so, how do you keep it there? I think this style looks great on other people, but all I can get them to do is float up and twist around! If I make them tight enough to fit my waist it changes the look! Is it just me?
Laurasews said... (8/6/10 12:20 PM) Reply
The piping is the perfect accent. Love it.
Codorniz said... (8/6/10 10:18 AM) Reply
I love everything about your skirt! The fabric is beautiful!
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