While commuting to work sometime ago, I spotted a young lady sporting a cute beige skirt, which was a printed sheer fabric and a solid fabric under it. The sheer fabric was about 2½” shorter than the other fabric. I thought it was very cute and decided I wanted to make something along those lines. Since that time I have hit some bumps in the road on that project. The instructions were clear up until attaching the yoke… and I just couldn't grasp it. Well after listening to Inspirational Wednesday's interview with Ann of Gorgeous Things and feeling some inspirational funk… I headed home to tackle my skirt with the YOKE…..lol. Carolyn and Sheila were so gracious in helping me. So with help from two sewing divas and some inspirational funk... I pinned the front and back yoke pieces to the skirt and carefully tried it on… and realized that the yoke didn’t look so great. I felt the wide yoke emphasized my lil pouch and at 40+… I do not need anything bringing attention to my lil pouch. I decided I needed to minimize it rather than emphasize it….lol. Well after 3 hours... here is what I've accomplished... I ran into some problems with the zipper, but got past that and need to do the hem, so I'm hoping to complete it tonight.