Here's mine, looking an awful lot like Hugh Hefner's smoking robe. Let me just grab a Cuban and a cognac.
Kasha lining, and it's an satin-y acetate that has a cotton flannel backing for warmth. (I purchased it from the link above. However, if you live near NYC, you should know that you can get it in better colors for $4 less per yard at B&J Fabrics.)
Here's a picture of the satin side.
I also wanted to mention that I finished the seam allowances on the skirt part of the lining with my serger. Because this is a free-hanging skirt lining, I wanted to be sure that the seams look neat if seen.
The next step is to hem the lining only (not the facing). Important: make sure that you let the lining hang for a day or two before this step. You'll want to even up the hem (if any of the bias stretches) by measuring up from the floor to make sure it's even all the way around.
After you have an even bottom edge, you'll do a narrow hem.
This weekend I'll document the next steps, which will include sewing the lining into the jacket, and lots of clipping, notching, and pressing! Woo hoo!
P.S. Before we go on, also make sure that you've completed step 17 (after letting your coat hem hang and evening up the raw edge, if necessary). Those 3" bias strips of interfacing will get fused 5/8" from the raw edge, so when you turn up your hem, you'll have interfacing to support your hem stitches.