The skirt in all its bad-winter-light-photo-hurry-up-and-take-a-picture-so-you-can-wrap-it-and-post-it glory
The back. Very dull to knit but actually a nice relief from the 'WTF...I swear I've already done this row...wait a second...shit...if only I wasn't watching New Girl drinking wine whilst knitting this very complicated pattern' of the front panel
Partly this is why it's taken me 2 weeks to blog again, I'm now officially job hunting back up north. Job applications take ages don't they? Even when you're sending pretty much the same letter to everyone. I've had one interview so far, which was a nice confidence boost, but in the wrong part of Scotland to be feasible with commuting so a no-go.
The lining was made from some red satin-stuff lurking in my stash. Ideally I wanted a pretty printed cotton to please small-child-Amy but then sensible-adult-Amy decided to go for something slippery to make the skirt easier to wear with tights. Because lets face it, if its cold enough for a wool skirt, its cold enough for tights, right? Cotton sitcks and catches on tights, satin slips on and off easily. Not that I'm implying that I designed this skirt to be easy to slip off...wait...hang on...I'm coming across all wrong....
I'm not much of a note-maker, but if you want to see my Ravelry post about this skirt, my username is Second Fiddle.
For some reason Flickr or Blogger has seen fit to alter the size of some of these photos, even though I altered them to be the correct size. If anyone knows why this might be, please feel free to drop me a line!