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Pattern Reviews> Kwik Sew> 3098 (Misses' skirts)

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Reviewed by:superfurry

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Posted on:3/13/05 9:22 AM
Last Updated:4/7/10 3:33 AM

Review Rating: Helpful by 5 people    Very Helpful by 2 people   
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BjP said...
Thanks for your very well-written and helpful 1st review! Cute skirt and sounds like you learned a lot throughout your project.
3/13/05 9:39 AM
redhead said...
Thanks for your review. I really appreciate getting a beginner's perspective on this, because I just recommended this pattern last week to a friend who has never sewn a garment but refuses to start with an elastic-waist skirt like the rest of us did. This pattern meets all of her style criteria, but it also sounds like we can do this.
3/13/05 9:56 AM
Patti B said...
Very nice skirt -- love your details! I think that KS sizing runs a bit large (usually). Their directions are normally so good that I'm surprised that the zipper directions weren't clear. Your zipper looks perfect.
3/13/05 10:56 AM
Peggy L said...
This looks great - love your details! You did a great job on your review, also. It's hard to believe this is one of your first projects.
3/13/05 11:20 AM
ChrisK said...
Oh, that is a pretty skirt and looks very good on you. The zip application is very neat, and I love the trim you have used. I think the colour is nice and in the summer will look super when your legs are tanned. Its great to welcome another active UK member!
3/13/05 11:56 AM
jlg said...
Very cute skirt. I love the ruffle and trim details.
3/13/05 12:18 PM
Leslie in Austin said...
Good call on the trim and very nice work on the zipper. It looks really great! Can't wait to see more reviews from you.
3/13/05 12:55 PM
Gigi Louis said...
Very cute! Your skirt might stand out more due because of the trim but I think it's very pretty on you! I like the way you added one row of plain ribbon above the ruffles. That's so unexpected and really adds a lot to the design.
3/13/05 1:26 PM
tigger said...
Great review and the skirt turned out great too! Good to see someone else here on my timeline! :)
3/13/05 1:44 PM
superfurry said...
thanks for all the encouraging comments and a big *wave* to the uk pr-ers.
3/13/05 5:24 PM
Hilary said...
Excellent review! I really like your skirt, it's so cute! It looks good on you. I like the organza ruffle and the ribbon trim above. Thanks for the review!
3/13/05 5:26 PM
PixieCat said...
This skirt looks so nice on you. I don't think the trim is overkill at all. It looks very nice.
3/14/05 4:26 AM
SewingSusan said...
One of my favorite skirt patterns. I LOVE your addition of the gathered organza ribbon. Great job.
3/14/05 6:49 AM
casken said...
Beautiful job! Thank you for your great review. Also, thank you for posting your blogsite on your profile. I have been searching for a sewing blogger. If you would like, you can check out mine, I don't always write about my sewing though. When I do, I always include pictures. Again, Thank you!!!
3/14/05 8:07 AM
Lori V said...
Very prett skirt, love the ruffle trim.
2/9/06 9:56 AM
Chris Kelly said...
I love the trim. Great job! Thanks for the review.
2/10/06 7:51 AM
dove29 said...
Your skirt turned out really nice! I like this pattern. I made it once out of denim that I think was too heavy. I had trouble with the lapped zipper too - perhaps because of the heavy fabric. I ripped it out twice then gave up and did a centered zipper. I'm going to try it again in a different fabric, which might work better.
6/19/08 10:42 PM
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