Added Jul 12, 2011
I used the Cynthia Rowley 2512 pattern for this skirt. It came together very easily and the instructions were clear and simple to follow. I did not add the back vent as found in the pattern since I could walk in it easily without. I would maybe make it less poofy so it would look more figure flattering but other than that I love this skirt! :)
Plaid shirting, cotton, zipper
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