Added Jan 2, 2011
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Sometimes on a vacation you just want to escape to another world. Or maybe you need a different style of dress—something away from your office get-up or perhaps more conservative than your usual beach fare. Sometimes you’re going from winter to summer. And then you need a two-hour travel skirt. It’s quick to make and cheap to buy so you don’t have to worry about what happens to it after (or during) your holiday. And the best part is that it could just be that perfect thing to get you in that vacation state of mind.
3/4yd elastic; 1 yd 60" wide lightweight shirting, printed all the way up to the selvadge (no white stripe at the edge). Note: to get my look, choose a print with a varied design along one end.
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