I've made a few pencil skirts. It's due to that ongoing thought process that won't let you stop until you get it just right. Please tell me that I'm not the only seamstress that does this. Is it a bit compulsive? I'm sure. But I can finally say, I'm happy, I'm moving on, I'm over it...
The final pencil skirt is my favorite. I found the lining fabric at the thrift-store. It's silk and it is amazing.
I made this 1940 pattern using 1950 vintage fabric. I found the fabric at a thrift store. It was a small piece but by careful layout during cutting, I managed to barely squeeze it out of the the 35" width.
The top has self-covered buttons down the back.
I love the fabric, and while it is a little more pastel than color that I am generally drawn to, I think it will be fun for Spring.