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Pattern Reviews> No Pattern Used> Hi-waisted Basket Weave (Zac Posen Knockoff)

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Posted on:4/14/12 8:08 PM
Last Updated:4/15/12 11:05 AM


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 8 people   
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Blooms said... (6/24/12 4:37 AM) Reply
What a fabulously fun skirt! Your reviews are always a joy to read.
waltzqueen said... (5/11/12 7:25 PM) Reply
You make the most inventive clothing of anybody on this site!! I LOVE this skirt and I admire your fortitude with so many steps and so much time and effort involved in creating the design and the actual sewing. Well done!
butterflyfly said... (5/6/12 6:53 PM) Reply
Very unique! Great knock off. Well done!
arianamaniacs said... (4/17/12 2:42 PM) Reply
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Sanibelle said... (4/16/12 6:12 AM) Reply
I seem to have thoroughly messed up the link. You can find it at waskawisomacht.blogspot.de It's the post from 1 Feb 2012 for a neck warmer. Sorry!
Margaret said... (4/16/12 6:04 AM) Reply
Great skirt! I love your combination of the fabric's smaller pattern with the basketweave and topstitching "checks"!
Sanibelle said... (4/18/12 12:04 PM) Reply
You are so creative. What a fabulous skirt. I bet you'll get a ton of compliments when out walking around in it. You might have already seen it, but if you're looking for ideas for what to do with the scraps left over from between the "strips", I love this idea here: neck warmer
SavageCoco said... (4/15/12 9:58 PM) Reply
OUTstanding.
barebear said... (4/15/12 8:51 PM) Reply
This is absolutely amazing! It looks even better than the original inspiration. :D
Diane333 said... (4/15/12 8:23 PM) Reply
You're an excellent seamstress and humorous also.
jmosew said... (4/15/12 11:32 AM) Reply
Very cute! And definitely not a Xena Warrior Princess cheerleader skirt (that made me laugh!).
DorothyK said... (4/15/12 11:18 AM) Reply
Great job from beginning to end. The planning, designing, execution. It looks great and should be a real source of satisfaction.
NJcowgirl said... (4/15/12 10:28 AM) Reply
Wonderful!
ChristmasHills said... (4/15/12 2:49 AM) Reply
Fantastic!
Beryl Koster said... (4/15/12 2:21 AM) Reply
It is fantastic! enough to put me off entering my effort.
fourkid said... (4/15/12 0:30 AM) Reply
Very inspired - and creative!
Nancy K said... (4/14/12 10:54 PM) Reply
Great skirt. Good luck in the contest
prttynpnk said... (4/14/12 8:59 PM) Reply
Wow, I am so inspired by this. Great work!
Sarsez said... (4/14/12 8:17 PM) Reply
How fantastic. I really enjoyed reading about your process to achieve this skirt.
Kayseri said... (4/14/12 8:16 PM) Reply
This looks fabulous-well worth all your hard work.
 
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