Added Aug 15, 2011
A pieced, lined, full circle wrap-around skirt made from two sarongs bought in the sales for just a euro each.
The sarongs are the same design in different colours but with several colours in common so hopefully the pieces are complimentary and not clashing. The garishness of the outerskirt is somewhat muted by the charcoal grey lining. I hemmed the outer skirt and lining by hand (strangely calming!) and left the outer layer a little longer than the lining for a more floaty effect.
two very thin coyon sarongs and heavier cotton for the lining
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