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December 16, 2010


Ali at Very Berry

I really like option B skirt (option A is NOT going to work with my hips) but not really sure my dressmaking is up to it. I really love that quilt! Wow - what a great use of the voiles.. And the cushions too, how fabulous... Hmmm. I hope I get some Xmas spending money.

Glad you rescued the parcel in the end :D

Julia York

I would say that Option A is probably ok for an advanced beginner. someone who would be able to cut out the yoke part on the bias and be reasonably confident with adding pockets. (The Instructions are really helpful here.) Option B - requires a bit more advanced needlework skills with piping, the knife pleats plus the yoke that sits across the top. They're gorgeous though.


I LOVE those skirt patterns, but my dressmaking skills are quite limited, I have a pattern for an a line skirt that is simple and brilliant and have used a few times (with your fab fabrics!) how would you rate the level needed to make those skirts?


How very rude of that Customs Man! Bloomin' cheek. x

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