Added Jul 10, 2011
I fell in love with the Kasia pattern the first time I saw it. Finally I ignored the fact that I’m a newbie at the sewing machine and that almost every part of the pattern is called “yoke” (a word I’ve never heard before…).
I did the skirt with almost no alteration. Just dropped the interfacing and shortened the skirt about 5cm (yes, I’m short)
Next time I do this skirt I will go for fabric that doesn’t look the same on both sides…that will make it much easier to identify the small parts and their position.
cotton linen, zipper, buttons, paillettes
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