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Pattern Reviews> Butterick> 4877 (The Lotus Blossom skirt)

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Reviewed by:Patty the Snug Bug
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Posted on:3/31/11 10:24 PM
Last Updated:3/31/11 10:25 PM

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Laurasews said...
You are very talented. Love it!
3/31/11 10:36 PM
JillyBe said...
I am so in love with the details on your skirt - what a fabulous job!
3/31/11 10:36 PM
crwritt said...
This skirt came out great. I looked at the price tag on the Anthropology site and couldn't believe anyone would spend that amount on a denim skirt, but if you counted the hours you spent on yours, the cost might be equal.
3/31/11 10:46 PM
21wale said...
Lovely skirt. The details are fabulous.
3/31/11 11:44 PM
LynneMR said...
This skirt is great - I love the classic fabric choice, combined with the details - the scalloped hemline, the topstitching and pocket. Very clever!
4/1/11 0:17 AM
Anne Cherry said...
This is just stunning! Love the details! Very very very inspiring!
4/1/11 4:47 AM
merteuil said...
Great skirt! Those pockets are adorable, and so nicely finished. Looks far better than the anthropologie version.
4/1/11 5:35 AM
squirrellypoo said...
What a gorgeous skirt! I just love those pockets (thanks for the tutorial!) and the whole thing is just beautifully finished.
4/1/11 6:29 AM
Kat B. said...
Beautiful! I love the skirt! I'm going to have to try those pockets on something.
4/1/11 7:38 AM
Christas said...
Of course you love that skirt! It's so stylish and cute! The details are amazing, and you have shown so much talent in being able to recreate them in your garment. WOW!!!
4/1/11 9:09 AM
RadarRadiance said...
What a beautiful job, just love the skirt on you! The details are amazing and you nailed it! Great job!
4/1/11 9:40 AM
Elizabeth made this said...
The pockets are so cool!
4/1/11 10:00 AM
Fairy_Tinkerbell said...
I like the details on your skirt - great job!
4/1/11 10:11 AM
betty bushwacker said...
Omigosh Patty that is absolutely stunning. Thanks for providing all the details in your tutorial.
4/1/11 10:25 AM
MNBarb said...
What a wonderful skirt. I love the way the scallop eliminates the way a short skirt can look blocky. All of your extra details make this a true winner.
4/1/11 10:49 AM
lacroise1 said...
OMG... that is amazing!!! Btw... your pockets are far superior than the RTW version... Love this.. SO so cute!
4/1/11 2:09 PM
SewWil said...
Beautiful skirt. I love everything about it. Thanks for the detailed review. Great job!!!
4/1/11 2:43 PM
Ericaeli said...
I really really like this skirt. I love the detials you added, and those pockets are fab!
4/2/11 4:31 PM
JETrinity said...
You really did a great knock off super job.
4/2/11 6:14 PM
Terri A said...
So stylish! Wonderful!
4/3/11 10:40 PM
kremmer said...
Simply love this skirt! Amazing pockets! Well done!
4/23/11 8:07 PM
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