My Joan Holloway Jenny

Added Jan 23, 2012

by bimbleandpimble

Canberra, Australia

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Description

This is my first attempt at a BurdaStyle pattern and I couldn’t be happier. I have had several attempts at a high waisted skirt this month and this one makes me feel like a 60s office bombshell. Kudos Jenny, kudos!

I had a bit of trouble with the sizing and once I had made and altered my muslins this worked a treat.

My poor old serger had a needle snap halfway through and my replacements were incorrect so I improvised with some bias binding to finish the seams. It looks like a magical watermelon inside!

I’ll definitely be trying this again- I’m thinking it may be time for suspenders!

further information about the fitting and making process can be found on my blog: www.bimbleandpimble.blogspot.com

Material Notes

Cotton twill (black)
Acetate lining (tea rose)
Bias binding (lime green)

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Skirt

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    Jan 29, 2012, 11.05 AMby bimbleandpimble

    Thanks you so much, SewnbyFaith! I was super happy with how this turned out!

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    Jan 29, 2012, 01.21 AMby sewnbyfaith

    It looks fabulous! You did a great job! Adding it to my to do/make list!

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    Jan 26, 2012, 10.16 PMby bimbleandpimble

    Thanks Claudinka! It is such a fabulous skirt but I must admit that getting the right fit was really quite challenging. Now I have a template though- game on! Best of luck :D

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    Jan 26, 2012, 12.49 PMby claudinka

    I love that skirt! Have to check out your page for more information. I want to make a pencil skirt, too, but know that getting it to the right fit will be a challenge.

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http://burdastyle.com//projects/my-joan-holloway-jenny?all_images=1