Added Sep 5, 2008
Hazel Park, Mich...
I have a fondness for stripes because they have a way of showing off the architectural elements that I like best.
I made this skirt from six straight-of-grain rectangular panels alternated with six bias-cut triangular panels.
The waistband is nothing more than a straight-of-grain binding.
The invisible zipper falls at a slight angle as it is inserted into one of the skirt’s existing seams.
*Cotton/Lycra shirting in white with black pinstripes of varying widths
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