Monday, October 10, 2011

Other Projects

Both skirts made from Anna Maria Horner's Loulouthi line of fabrics (LOVE!!). The one on bottom is trimmed in Little Folks voile. I was shocked to see how little our girls had for this winter (all our winter stuff is in storage, not that they would have fit into much anyway), so I am busy sewing, sewing, sewing!


Amy and Cat said...

I love how you used the same fabric for the bottom edging in both the dress and the skirt -- but you used them differently. Makes for completely different looks! :) And I 'm completely jealous at how much cuter your "winter wear" is than mine has to be! :) I love your creations!

Shannon said...

Love the material, and love the skirts, Steph! The skirt on the bottom...yeah, that's the same style I tried to make and it was a huge pain for me to figure out how to gather! LOL

Cup of Joe with three sugars said...

You girls must LOVE when you get busy on your sewing machine. :o) My mom sewed many of my fancy dresses for all those PCC vespers occasions and many other things. Now shes on the knitting kick, and we ALL get excited when we see her knitting needles clicking away. Great job on the skirts, Steph! :o)

Cherishing My Days said...

Thanks you guys!
Amy--where we have cute skirts for fall, you have color on the trees. :)
Shannon--sewing is one of those things that is so much easier shown than read about. Gathering is the easiest thing in the world when you've seen it done, but I can only imagine what my mind could make out of instructions on gathering. Lol!
Jess--knitting! That is something I never learned. That or crocheting. My mind just doesn't go there. But I love love love a good knitted piece.