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my hump.

Added Apr 1, 2010

by marcy harrie...

New York, New Yo...

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Description

this maxi skirt, made from a dollar-a-yard seersucker, was meant to comfortably hide my curves, but it had a different effect… blogged about at oonaballoona

Material Notes

seersucker, and lots of it!

Difficulty

Intermediate

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Skirt
Style
Beach, Bohemian, Casual, Ethnic, Romantic
Material
Cotton

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    Apr 2, 2010, 09.26 AMby janul

    And I agree with the biker, I think it´s sexy! :D

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    Apr 2, 2010, 09.10 AMby janul

    I love the shape of it! I would definitely make a shorter version too, if I had that much fabric. (Or, you can always make the shorter version and give it to me :).

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    Apr 1, 2010, 11.25 PMby abarefoot

    Oh this is fun

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    Apr 1, 2010, 06.39 PMby sade-

    I think a short version would look lovely!

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    Apr 1, 2010, 05.32 PMby marmota-b

    Seersucker is perfect for pleated skirts! I have one of those, too. :-)

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      Apr 1, 2010, 06.07 PMby marcy harriell | oonaballoona

      i have 6 more yards of it… and am contemplating: is it too much to have a shorter version of this in my wardrobe? :)

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      Apr 2, 2010, 02.17 PMby marmota-b

      Absolutely not. :D

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