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Pattern Reviews> McCall's> 4090 (Misses' Renaissance Skirts)

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Posted on:5/20/05 1:18 PM
Last Updated:5/21/05 10:26 PM

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JacyW said... (9/16/08 11:02 PM) Reply
Thanks a bunch! I've been looking for a good ren faire skirt pattern, and I picked this one up, but now I'll know to be careful with it. You're right, those skirts need to be FULL!!
centinela said... (3/18/08 3:15 PM) Reply
Great review. It helps to know the fullness and see photos. I found the lap instructions very obnoxious on this pattern and a simplicity pattern as well. I ended up figuring it out on my own because their descriptions made no sense.
Tiner W said... (5/22/05 12:04 PM) Reply
I love it! I'd love to try some of these patterns.
Lisa Laree said... (5/21/05 3:55 PM) Reply
I'd love to see a photo, too. I bet this could be adapted for Dickens-era costumes...;) Anne, 'lap' is the finish applied to the slit in the skirt below the waistband (or a sleeve, above the cuff) where the opening is; some variations call it a 'placket', but that ususally looks a little different. HTH.
Sweeta said... (5/21/05 11:27 AM) Reply
Sounds beautiful, if you could post a pic I'd love to see it.
AnneM said... (5/21/05 7:43 AM) Reply
What is the "lap"? Perhaps you need a crinoline skirt to add fullness.
esmer said... (5/20/05 5:46 PM) Reply
Thank you so much for your review and all the info you gave us on sewing this pattern. I may go into renaissance sewing for extra cash , but for now I am doing my homework on what to expect from some of the different patterns. Thanks again for your help.
bunz said... (5/20/05 2:11 PM) Reply
isn't it fun to be "forced" to learn a new technique?!?!?
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