* A-line skirt

Posted on May 22nd, 2007 by becket. Filed under Sewing/Fabric Crafts.


Hi- Becket again. I know that I just posted a skirt – but I’ve been wanting to post another one that I finished. Like the other skirt, this one is made with vintage material. But, this time I found the fabric in an antique store (yes, among turn-of-the-century furniture and glassware). I followed a pattern for a simple A-line skirt (Butterick 3220) and once again with Amy’s help on how to do facing, a lapped zipper and a lining, it all came together quite nicely. Maitreya also gave excellent advice on skirt length. Thank you both!!

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By the way, this picture was taken pre-pregnancy! I guess I have to wait until next summer to wear this skirt…



6 Responses to “A-line skirt”

  1. Jenny Says:

    That. Is. So. CUTE!

  2. Marisa Says:

    This skirt is so adorable. I seriously need to figure out how to make clothes. I’m so scared, but needs to be done!

  3. macati Says:

    hi and yes… this skirt is very beautiful… love the pattern and the type of skirt!!! and your sandals are beautiful too… being too repetitive but can’t avoid it!!!
    :)))
    manela

  4. amy k. Says:

    crazy cute. and there never too many a-lines skirts in a wardrobe, I say!

  5. Suzy Lorenzen Says:

    I love this skirt. What great use of a pretty fabric!

  6. Bob Says:

    Hi,
    I think this skirt is certainly different to anything i’ve ever seen.

    Its a nice fabric pattern though so well-done!

    Bob x

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