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Pattern Reviews> Kwik Sew> 3337 (Misses Skirts and Tops)

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Posted on:7/10/05 10:32 AM
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Amy F. said... (7/26/05 5:03 AM) Reply
Loved the picture. It looks great and your fabric choice was wonderful. Liked your description of "wadders."
rosay said... (7/16/05 4:02 AM) Reply
Great skirt. We're in winter in Sydney but I will certainly keep this one in mind for summer. I empathise with your disappointment over recent 'wadders' - especially when it's with the good fabric. I love all your outfits by the way.
SueV said... (7/11/05 11:56 AM) Reply
Very nice; I made this one up recently too, and it is girly!
AnneM said... (7/11/05 10:52 AM) Reply
Another nice outfit. You are going to need more closet space pretty soon!
PixieCat said... (7/11/05 5:04 AM) Reply
What a fun skirt that looks so nice on you! BTW, wow, that's one huge hosta behind you!
hongkongshopper said... (7/10/05 11:01 PM) Reply
I thought we hadn't heard from you as you had done all your sewing and were out and about enjoying the sunshine!
JDpenelope said... (7/10/05 9:52 PM) Reply
Count me among those wondering about your whereabouts--was thinking maybe you were on vacation. You had great success with this skirt. Love those shoes, too.
esmer said... (7/10/05 7:45 PM) Reply
Your skirt looks so wonderful! In fact everything you sew looks so wonderful! I can hardly wait to see what you come up with next. You have great taste in fabrics too.
Hilary said... (7/10/05 6:56 PM) Reply
How pretty! I agree, I love the reteo flair :o)
zinnia said... (7/10/05 6:25 PM) Reply
This is a great pattern! Your's looks lovely! I made this skirt and enjoy wearing it so much, I plan to make several more~maybe even in a light weight wool for Fall?
BjP said... (7/10/05 5:21 PM) Reply
Aha! You confessed to some wadders lately, which accounts for the dry spell in reviews - I was wondering where you were! Glad this skirt worked out and it looks great on you.
Danvillegirl said... (7/10/05 5:01 PM) Reply
I can appreciate wanting some successes after a spell of wadders. Glad this skirt turned out so well. Lovely fabric.
bunz said... (7/10/05 3:04 PM) Reply
Gotta love those circle skirts!
michellerene said... (7/10/05 12:24 PM) Reply
Adorable with your twin set & green flats! Very sweet retro look!
CarolynGM said... (7/10/05 11:28 AM) Reply
Beautiful outfit and picture. I am now tempted by this pattern because it has a waistband rather than elastic. It drapes so nicely.
drsue said... (7/10/05 10:47 AM) Reply
This is a great pattern! The skirt is wonderful on you!
Lisette said... (7/10/05 10:41 AM) Reply
Love the retro look, it's so very girly, just what we all need for a pick me up.
casken said... (7/10/05 10:39 AM) Reply
You are very good at putting outfits together. Its also nice that you take your pictures in your backyard.
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