Three skirts-30 days.

The BWOF skirt is complete! I left off the belt carriers so I don't restrict myself to wearing one size belt. I used the blind hem stitch on my sewing machine to hem the skirt and topstitched the lining hem; quicker by machine. I am glad this skirt is complete.
My plan was to have a month of skirts, thus these three were done in 30 days. The BWOF is the first completed project for 2010. From left to right:Butterick 5249 ( my third skirt from this pattern); New Look 6918 has contour waistband and skirt front overlay. I added a lining; BWOF January 2009 Skirt #112.



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  1. You have done well with your skirts! All three look like interesting, yet wearable skirts. The type you can wear with various styles of shirts on a regular basis. Good job!!

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  2. All the skirts are beautiful. That is a great concept to concentrate on a specific garment type for a month. Sometimes, I can have two or three patterns I am wavering between, say of skirts or tops. To make a few of them could satisfy the curiosity.

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  3. Wow--you are sewing up a storm now! Skirts to go with all those tops!

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  4. Looks like 2010 sewing is off to a great start. I love skirts - and I like all three you have there.

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  5. These look like great skirts - a wonderful addition to your wardrobe! Well done!

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  6. Nice skirts, especially the burnt orange one. Great way to beef up the wardrobe.

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  7. That is a great concept to concentrate on a specific garment type for a month. Sometimes, I can have two or three patterns I am wavering between, say of skirts or tops. To make a few of them could satisfy the curiosity.

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