This time around (as opposed to the three V1174 skirts you saw in March's OWOP, or in Me Made May'12) it's made from silk, it's lined, and I made it with no waist band - I'm guessing that's best when you're very short-waisted like me.
The invisible zip is pretty hard to see - which is of course a good thing. [Can you see it? It's in the centre back seam.]
To stabilise the waist seam between silk and lining I sewed in a waist stay - you can't see it here, but it's doing a fine, functional job. And there's a reasonably successful (for lightweight silk) blind hem.
What else can I say....
I think I've said anything I had to say in earlier V1174 posts here and here and in the OWOP posts here.
The fabric is interesting... this was a remnant piece of silk I got from Tessuti Fabrics probably a couple of years ago, when I used to frequent their Sydney CBD shop. It does have a direction to the print - although I don't know that there's a right way up - and the print reminds me of the sharp edges of city buildings, maybe as seen through a rained-on windscreen.
Finally - well, just that I really like this wall, which we* stumbled on at lunch when we were "location scouting". I just can't decide if I want it more as a t-shirt or a necklace :-)
More sewing posts to come when I can get myself organised for photos - a dress and a top are done, and there's a jacket and coat not too far off too.