V8603 Complete and the Inspiration

I saved this skirt photo many many months ago.  I knew I wanted to make some sort of “skin” skirt.  photo

I also saw a skirt photo made from the same fabric that I used on someone’s blog that too was an inspiration for making a “skin” skirt.  

Here is my completed faux leather “skin” skirt, Vogue 8603.

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Here is a view of the back

V8603backI took these photos while actually getting dressed for work the other morning.  I plan to wear the skirt with brown opaque hose and brown top and shoes.

Next up is another Magic Pencil Skirt.

Comments

  1. Your skirt is nice but the snakeskin print gives me the heebie jeebies!

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    1. I have had some unusual experiences with snakes when I lived in Florida, so not a fan of them myself. But I think they make a lovely fabric pattern.

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  2. lol, Carolyn hates snakeskin, I remember that well. I don't like real snakes, but snakeskin fabric is ok. I think it's totally cute!

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    1. Thanks! Fabric was a tad difficult to sew and teflon foot was the key to sewing success.

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  3. Lovely skirt and giggling about Carolyn's dislike of snakes. I also dislike them too.

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    1. I hear you! Not a fan of real snakes myself!

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  4. Gorgeous skirt!!! I LOVE your fabric and the print is cool!

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  5. Great skirt. Will look super with brown hose and top.

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    1. Thanks. Weather turning cooler next week so may get to wear the hose and long sleeve top.

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  6. Lovely skirt and inspired to make an animal print skirt.

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