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13 March

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    Mar 13, 2011, 07.15 AMby ruk

    hi. sorry for a late reply.potli buttons-it does become a bit bulky but you can trim off the excess fabric from the tails after top stitching.and thanks for your comments.

20 March

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    Mar 20, 2008, 10.50 PMby yoshimi

    Hi gunstreetgirl, Thank you for your kind comment on my Michelle skirt! Regarding the problem of being shorter in the back, I had no alteration to the pattern. Because I have a pair of sad and flat butts on the back, I mostly have even(front and back) length on my skirts. But yes, I agree with you, many would have that problem. I guess it might be improved by adding some room for the butts (not for hips, I hope you understand), I mean, making back skirt larger with making tucks a bit bigger without changing waist size.