DESIGNING | TELLURIDE CIRCLE SKIRT

Sunday, January 25, 2015

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Telluride Circle Skirt

Wahoo! I'm finally getting around to posting my favorite piece from the Winterstruck Collection. Small confession. I have absolutely zero problems starting and finishing projects. What I really struggle with is actually getting said projects onto the blog. I'm pleased as punch I persevered for this one. In case you missed it, you can see the tutorial for my Anthro look-alike Amour sweater right here.

I love cozy wool. Like love, love, love it, so I used a drapey wool for this design rather than the slub-satin plaid fabric I'd originally found. It was not awesome... The result was a rather fabulous, weighty version of the Winter Festival midi circle skirt. I've generally kept to fitted shapes when using heavy fabric and tried a pencil skirt design first. It was just too normal and expected. Blech. This is so much better, yeah? 

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5 comments:

  1. absolutely beautiful outfit, love!!!

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  2. love this, the drawing is amazing!

    https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/hollyxholly?ref=hdr_shop_menu

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  3. What gorgeously sumptuous fabric! Yummm. The whole ensemble rocks. Well done. I think for a winter skirt, you could even make it longer to fight off the chill and it would still look amazing! Besides wearing them (which of course is half the point!), what do you do with your designs?
    Sheree

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    1. I keep them as samples that I can one day use to send to manufacturer's to reproduce

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