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Pattern Reviews> PR Member's Pattern> 108155-1008 (The Tablecloth Skirt)

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Posted on:6/24/12 8:57 PM
Last Updated:6/24/12 10:32 PM


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 6 people   
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lcdrbetty said... (6/26/12 8:26 AM) Reply
Fabulous skirt! I can feel the creative vibes...and your shoes are "to die for"!
norie creates said... (6/25/12 10:55 PM) Reply
This is so cute. I love the whole outfit including the shoes : ). also love the mix of fabrics.
norie creates said... (6/25/12 10:55 PM) Reply
This is so cute. I love the whole outfit including the shoes : ). also love the mix of fabrics.
no7262 said... (6/25/12 4:49 PM) Reply
Love it! Great idea mixing the to patterns together! Nora :)
RadarRadiance said... (6/25/12 3:01 PM) Reply
Just too cute! Love the black and white plaid.
DorothyK said... (6/25/12 2:15 PM) Reply
Very clever. Some of my favorite skirts have knit around the waist/hips and then woven below. It's so comfortable. Your skirt is fabulous.
JillyBe said... (6/25/12 1:34 PM) Reply
Thank you for the sweet comments everyone! :) :) :)
Barbara V said... (6/25/12 1:05 PM) Reply
Beautiful skirt! Clever combination of the two patterns and the solid border band gives wonderful deffinition. Super creative!
AuntieShel said... (6/25/12 10:56 AM) Reply
Wow, this is so fantastic!!! Cannot think of a better franken-merge of two patterns. Thank you for sharing.
Patti B said... (6/25/12 9:37 AM) Reply
I love it! How clever to marry these two skirts and the contrast trim at the hemline really makes it sparkle. Thanks for sharing your idea.
MarshaG. said... (6/25/12 6:50 AM) Reply
I really like your "Frankenpattern"! I've made one tablecloth skirt so far, but others are planned! The contrast at the hem is something I think I would like to try. Since I feel more comfortable with untucked tops, I'm not certain I would wear the bask.......but who knows?
Dilliander said... (6/25/12 4:30 AM) Reply
Fabulous skirt, clever pattern morphing and cute pocket
marec said... (6/25/12 1:27 AM) Reply
Clever skirt and clever snap pocket! I love it on you.
ChristmasHills said... (6/25/12 0:25 AM) Reply
I think it is fantastic and you are right, reading your blog did make it easier to follow the process. I can see I need one of these skirts.
sfshaza said... (6/24/12 10:34 PM) Reply
JillyBe, it looks great! What a great twist to the tablecloth skirt. Your snap pocket was a clever save. :)
 
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