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How to Carry a Baguette (or Two) in Your Skirt

October 26th, 2009

Mr. Noile was kind enough to take these pictures of Vogue 8499.   This skirt has wonderful, deep side pockets, which can be very useful if you’re bringing bread home from the market:

Well, OK, I don’t really shop like this.  But it’s not a bad way of illustrating just how deep those pocket are, is it?

I added hidden, shallow pockets to this skirt when I made it, so I got the best of both worlds (details in the second link below).

Related:  Vogue 8499 Marcy Tilton Skirt ; Vogue 8499 The Skirt, in Black

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  1. October 26th, 2009 at 20:41 | #1

    I have been so tempted to try this pattern. Now, even more so. I like the look and can you spare a baguette?

    • October 26th, 2009 at 20:52 | #2

      It’s a truly wonderful skirt. Certainly I can spare a baguette — after all, I have two!

  2. September 17th, 2010 at 16:06 | #3

    Hello Noile! Lisa @ “As I said” suggested I check out your post about the Marcy Tilton skirt – I made one, too! (here: http://shelliesews.blogspot.com/2010/08/i-love-skirts.html) Isn’t it just the coolest!?! I LOVE mine – to death!

    wonderful blog! I look forward to following your beautiful work. 🙂

    • September 21st, 2010 at 08:36 | #4

      Shellie — love, love, love your version of Marcy Tilton’s skirt! It’s gorgeous!

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