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Posted on:2/2/13 9:31 PM
Last Updated:2/23/13 6:28 PM


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mm said...
Great fabric.
2/2/13 11:20 PM
ChristmasHills said...
You're right the fabric makes the skirt. I found your buttons! The whole look is lovely.
2/3/13 2:21 AM
Danvillegirl said...
Great fabric. It really was perfect for your skirt!
2/3/13 8:47 AM
Michele Lommasson said...
Very nice! Your fabric is fabulous, and the buttons really do add to it.
2/3/13 12:54 PM
ArtAttack said...
Beautiful skirt and fabric...the whole look tells a story...very pretty!
2/23/13 10:51 PM
butterflyfly said...
I love it! The fabric is amazing...
3/3/13 12:39 PM
Sindydolly said...
Beautiful choice of fabric, skirt looks stunning.
3/30/13 1:20 PM
sewingcanary said...
Wild! I absolutely LOVE it!!! What a great use of a “border” print! I’m curious if you seamed the back or cut it on the fold. I just bought this pattern today. Am SO looking forward to making it. As I was telling another gal, it is very close to one I traced off a friend 40 years ago. It was part of Mary Quant’s pop collection of the early 70’s. The only difference is the other band dips lower in front to be more like a yoke and there’s a bit more flare to it, but no front or back seams. I’ve been wanting to make it again but knew I’d have to totally remake the pattern. It’s so close, I bought a new one. I will eliminate the back seam to keep the bold print I plan to use from breaking up. I guesstimate it will take about 1/3 yard or 30 cm more fabric = no big deal. The pattern lay out is for directional or napped fabric so no extra fabric is required for one way designs, weaves or knits. The pockets look deep and roomy, unlike what you’d get in today’s RTW. YAY!
9/6/13 0:04 AM
Sharon M said...
The is a beautiful skirt! That fabric...well, I must admit I have fabric envy :-) it's gorgeous.
12/29/13 12:14 PM
 
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