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Thursday, 02 October 2008

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Sera
1.

i love this. fantastic job ! look cute but a bit ohhh errrrr at the same time ! x

kirstie
2.

sexyyyy. and er how great are your legs???!?!?! :O

stella-mayfair
3.

great!

Joanna
4.

luv the colour and shape... I actually thought about making the exact same skirt after seeing your Anastase post:D but I'll probably be doing two in different colours to wear one over the other to prevent that super-sheerness effect. I was just wondering if I should make it with a rectangle piece of fabric or with a full circle pattern.

AngieMontreal
5.

LOVE this colour! The black is gorgeous too, but something about this colour is just so, so wonderful!

isa
6.

Oh these are fantastic. I have a ridiculous array of handmade puffy skirts but none in sheer organza. i may have to make some too.

you are amazing :)

WendyB
7.

This is a great look.

enc
8.

I bet old Princie will like the shorts, for the same reasons all subversive boys have for liking such things.

You look fantastic.

Queen Michelle
9.

Joanna, this level of fullness comes from using lots and lots of material (3 metres for this one) and sewing it into a tube shape then elasticating the waist. The circle shape will be much more subtle.

Carl Starling
10.

I would never have thought of sewing it into a tube first...I would have gone with the circle skirt idea. You little genius - it looks beautiful. Your DIYs are my favourite. Cx

brooke
11.

Oh, I already liked the sheer black skirt, but I absolutely adore this one! I might just have to try my hand at it, which I have already done for a few of your other DIYs... I just love them.

ali
12.

This looks great! Do you find it hard to sew with organza?

ambika
13.

It's funny how you can make something relatively basic (neutral color+black) look so, so amazing.

lopi
14.

Congratulations, it looks divine! And I love the socks!

Queen Michelle
15.

Aw thanks Ambika. I'm having a very bad day today and that cheered me up!
Ali, it's actually really easy to sew with. I thought it would be a bloody nightmare but it wasn't at all. My machine doesn't do overlocking all that well usually, but when it came to overlocking the organza it worked brilliantly!

Gem
16.

Woweee!
I am so on the hunt for organza tomorrow!

Sal
17.

Any prince horrified by the shorts ain't worth your time, lady.

Chic Looks
18.

wow!! your sewing skills are so good, I love the nude colour of the skirt and how full it looks... another superb outfit

juliet
19.

A queen you truly are!

juliet xxx

kristin
20.

oh lovely! it's so very Charles Anastase!

fashionherald
21.

love love the nude organza.

KD
22.

Beautiful clothing + Beautiful person + extreme talent = Queen Michelle.

yulanda
23.

I already loved the black version, but if it's possible I love the nude version even more.

hailey
24.

Great weekend outfit, how can you not have fun in this?

Joanna
25.

thanks for the tip:D I believe boys always like it sheer and don't really care about the details.

S
26.

Gorgeous. Wish I was adept enough to make things as pretty as this!

Alicia
27.

Looks at your legs! Amazing!

Charponnaise
28.

Very cool.

Zad
29.

thatz pretty stunning!!!
I always bite myself in the ass `cause I`ve quit my sewing-course :(

Marian
30.

How fab! love the organza skirt. Think its such a useful little piece that you'll get great wear out of.Love your hair by the way dear.
kisses
Marian

The Style PA
31.

I wish I could just knock up an outfit myself, but me and sewing most definitely do not go together.

Shay Wilson
32.

haha, you'll have to make sure to flash him a lot. :)

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