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Green Sunny Sunday Skirt

Added Jul 3, 2011

by monikapullerits

Tallinn, Estonia

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Description

Cooked it up in just little bit over 7 hours in three two days. Bought the fabric some time ago and knew it had to be a puffy sort of skirt :) And now, voila! No pattern used. The hardest part was the waistband but it came out just alright ;) Pockets are made after the Pinafore Dress pattern and added them after i made the first pics. ….. And I just love that button! :D Don’t you? ;) I wish i could put up all the photos my boyfriend took, they turned out very well today ;)

Material Notes

Silky kind of cotton ( I’m really awful about materials), invisible zipper ( getting better attaching them ;)) and one very very adorable button.

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Skirt

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    Aug 12, 2011, 01.00 PMby oonaballoona

    it DOES!!! but gnashing of teeth; yours has POCKETS. i so wanted pockets on mine; but the material is such a loose weave every seam is a danger… i love yours!

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      Aug 16, 2011, 03.53 PMby monikapullerits

      Thank you very much! I do try to sneek in pockets whenever possible. But your right, not with every material its possible :( Good luck!

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    Jul 3, 2011, 07.53 PMby mojo elgin

    I DO love the button. Your skirt is very cute!

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      Jul 4, 2011, 07.08 AMby monikapullerits

      Thank you! I’m happy someone else likes it too :)

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