The ‘Wild Irish Rosé ‘ skirt

 

The Facts

Fabric: Georgette and the most fabulous lining fabric off Ebay
Pattern: Burda Magazine, pattern no:102
Year: 6/2002
Notions: invisible zip, hook & eye, thread
Time to complete: 5 hours (even with basic, I still sew slow)
First worn: for the photo
Wear again? ohh yeah!
Total price: A$10

Again a simple skirt, but boy do I love this skirt. I bought the fabric off Ebay a few years ago. It was actually the skirt fabric and lining sold together and I am amazed that the seller didn’t want to make up an outfit with these items.

At the end of the day it is just a simple two piece fabric – the skirt piece cut twice on the fold and a waist band.

The lining is a lovely silky pale green fabric and all I did for the hems of the lining and shell was a rolled hem.

The top is a RTW bought a few years ago. I think I could dress up this skirt or dress it down and just muck about in it. Amusingly, I did manage to purchase some more of the georgette fabric so there may be another outfit of this fabric along the way. Pity I have no more of that lining.

And the rosé? My Man Andrew is away and so I have a bottle of rosé all to myself – eh, he wouldn’t drink it anyway. But I know he’d like my skirt.

 

Author

Jen

Jen Brown just plain-old likes making stuff. If it's usable and wearable when complete, so much the better. A new technique or a chance to see how something worked is where the challenge lies.

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  1. That print is gorgeous, indeed. Making it into a simple skirt was the perfect way to showcase it.

  2. What a sweet, simple skirt that really highlights the fabulous fabric. I want to see pictures of that lining you like so much though!

  3. Hale to the Rose, another gorgeous piece from Jen. I think Mena sparked a cool challenge with the last minate change, quite a few, including myself did simple patterns but showcase gorgeous fabric. I really love the skirt and see it as a stable to your wardrobe. Happy St Patty’s Day!

  4. Looks so soft and easy to wear. Really suits you!

  5. Gorgeous choice for this fabric Jen, Ching Ching to you and your fab skirt.

  6. Great fabric and fantastic skirt. Looks like one that’ll get heaps of wear.

  7. Keeping it simple can be so satisfying! Lovely skirt.

  8. Adorable skirt! Great fabric and style. Wish I were there to sip some wine!