My sister in law (Tara) has a wonderful eye for unique vintage designs and I wanted to expand my skill set to do pleats in an a-line skirt for her birthday. The fabric is a vintage style cotton linen (made up of two layers of tacked fabric). It was incredibly hard to work with because … Continue reading The Tara skirt
This little Minnie inspired skirt took roughly about an hour in total. I feel like I am improving somewhat and I know it might seem a little repetitive to you but I want to master this pattern before I move on to something new. What I have learned so far:1. Take your damn time. I … Continue reading Minnie circle skirt and some learnings
Umm yes!? This fabric was so cute! I couldn't go past it but it is a little on the cheaper side (not in anyway by cash, only quality). I might stick to duck cotton because it's heavier and who wants to iron? gees..
Using the same method from my cactus skirt, I made a slightly better version with this funky fabric that I picked up from an awesome fabric store on the north side: It has ghosts and bats on it, I couldn't walk past it. This time I took pictures as I went along and made somewhat … Continue reading Spooky circle skirt with bonus DIY tutorial!
I found a simple DIY tutorial a while ago (the key word here is simple) and I have always wanted to give it a go, so.. I bought the cutest cactus fabric from Spotlight and dived in head first. I practically live in circle skirts so it made sense to make my own because I can't … Continue reading My first skirt (the cactus)