Op-Shop Skirt

Added Jul 12, 2008

by akkadis

Perth, Australia

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Description

I found this fabric in an op-shop (thrift store) for some ridiculously cheap price, and decided to make a skirt out of it… I added a pocket on the side, with a button instead of a zip.

Material Notes

- op-shop green flower print
- brown gingham for lining
- a pretty button

Difficulty

Novice

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    Jan 9, 2009, 11.30 AMby joyfulone

    This skirt is beautiful! I love the lining. The whole thing is so classy, yet fun! Well done!

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    Oct 11, 2008, 01.12 AMby eurasianlocation

    Simply lovely

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    Aug 10, 2008, 10.49 PMby akkadis

    Mempisluvr: I made the changes up myself. I’ll try to write up how I did it and post it… Unfortunately I didn’t take enough photos of that part – it’ll have to be diagrams…

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    Aug 6, 2008, 12.07 AMby memphisluvr

    I really like what you’ve done here! Can you direct me to instructions for your changes?

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    Jul 13, 2008, 02.17 AMby fabricaddict

    This fabric is awesome! the skirt looks great

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    Jul 12, 2008, 04.54 AMby jd98

    it is a lovely skirt. you would never know it’s not some expensive fabric. ;)

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    Jul 12, 2008, 04.38 AMby serendipity

    Wow, I love this skirt! It suits you very well. The fabric is fantastic!

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This project is based on

Burdastyle

http://burdastyle.com//projects/op-shop-skirt