Like on most skirts, I barely make major changes. In this case, the only difference is that I omitted the waistband. No interfacing was used.
Time to complete: Unknown.This was siting as UFO for ages. I was
procrastinating my anise coat rearranging my wools, folding fabric by size, when I opened a piece to access it’s potential that unveiled in a semi sewn skirt with the pattern inside… It’s very probable that at the time, the plaids had frustrated me and I was scared of sewing zipper/lining. My heart got excited with the idea of “easy gratification”project. I was lucky to have lost a bit of weight too because I didn’t used fit insurance when cut this pattern so the 5/8s are just about right to keep the plaids matching. Ufffff (Pure luck)
Striding in the high street feeling like a young Miss Marple!
Based on my recent makes(Doctor Who, Sherlock), one can assume I have a secret desire to be a detective! …
“It’s elementary, my dear. You know my methods.Who has a sonic screwdriver…Well, we should get on admirably.”
Long skirt it’s not a look I would rock every day but English heritage is such a big trend that the whole outfit is cute. I love this jacket and hat and wore many shoots for the blog.
Cost: I estimate around £20.
Ps: The weather was typical English weather, grey and alternating between raining and sun spells. Windy too!!!