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Fleur de Sea (My Sidonie)

Added Mar 18, 2008

by marinaglory

Stamford, United...

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Description

Silk brocade version of Sidonie, fashioned with homemade piping :) I absolutely love how this turned out, my first skirt!
To make this shorter version of the Sidonie skirt, I re-drafted the front and back panels onto new pattern pieces (i must say i love my carbon paper!) and painstakingly matched what i could of the floral design in the fabric. I made piping to emphasize the lines in this skirt.

Material Notes

9 year old leftover silk brocade,
cotton muslin

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

Credits

Benedikta’s piping how-to

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    Jan 31, 2009, 08.27 PMby satarah

    Delightfully charming…

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    Aug 23, 2008, 07.01 AMby rushig

    this is absolutely gorgeous

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    May 10, 2008, 07.37 AMby starrgirl

    I love it! so cute! great color

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    Mar 18, 2008, 08.05 AMby kallers

    Very nice. I like the piping and the seams you added. Did you make any changes to the fit besides shortening it? Very impressive to tackle a pattern change for your first skirt!

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    Mar 18, 2008, 06.28 AMby sewextreme

    I think the piping adds a very nice effect. The fabric is beautiful too!

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