Added May 7, 2014
I have a strange taste in fabrics sometimes… hence the name of this skirt!
I used Simplicity 2215 by Cynthia Rowley as a base, only I decided to make all my pleats symetrical and to iron them all towards the outside ; so much for a pattern that’s precisely appreciated because of its asymetrical pleats!
More pictures (and random reflexions on granny clothes) here : http://www.carlottastermaria.fr/blog/de-l-allure-grand-mere/
cotton voile, interlined with a light cotton, with a biais tape for the invisible hem
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This timeless style ties at the back and looks stunning at formal events
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