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Tuesday, February 22, 2011



Very nicely done, Sarah! I have also seen people fill in the triangle areas with a print fabric for a more casual look.

Leslie From VA

Wow!!! I love it, Sarah!


Ooh, I am so glad to get my hands on this tutorial! :) I have owned several store-bought pairs of this kind of skirt and they were the COMFIEST! I don't know why, maybe it's the slight a-line silhouette created by the triangles?



Sarah, I like the fact that you kept the triangle panels the same color as the skirt. You did a great job!


Wonderful. It looks like a very comfortable skirt. You sure did a nice job on it.



Nice skirt.I agree with keeping it all one color.


Good job Sarah! Its always nice to enjoy the fruits of your labors isn't it.


Cute skirt Sarah! That fabric will be long lasting too!

Aunt Bet

Can't wait to show this post to Granny! She'll be thrilled to see your new skirt!!


Hi Sarah- what a wonderful idea! This skirt is lovely! Great job and so resourceful too!


Sarah, As I have told you many times, you are something else! Love the skirt. It's just beautiful, and looks just like you! Love, Granny


Nice job Sarah! Your skirt looks terrific and I will certainly link to the tutorial, thank you. What a great use of resources.


Great skirt! Having two of the same pairs of jeans gives it a cleaner look, no diffeing of colors of denim. Great job


Very cute! A friend did something similar but (Shh! Don't tell!) yours turned out cuter! ;)


I really like your skirt, Sarah. I see you've gotten lots of different opinions in the comments...but I like having the whole skirt the same color.

I may have to make one of these for Ruthie. She really wants a jean skirt...but we cannot find one her size without a slit up the back.

Thanks for sharing!

Susan Ramey Cleveland

The skirt is beautiful, Sarah. What a great idea.

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