Last week I showed you how to make a cute skirt for back to school.
I was even lucky enough to have it featured on CraftGossip. Anne Weaver picks out what sewing 'gossip' to share with their readers and here's what she wrote about my little project:
Tamara from Etcetorize shows how to make a girl’s prairie skirt for back-to-school. The long ruffle sewn on to a yoke creates a full skirt without making it too bulky through the hips and waist. She gives the dimensions she used to make one for her 5 year old niece, but you can easily adjust them to make a skirt larger or smaller. This would be cute for the tween set, or even in an adult size.
What she didn't know at the time was that I had already made a larger version for myself!
Don't ask me what measurements I used, because I just eyeballed the whole thing and used the same concept that I did with the girl's skirt.
This is the first time you're seeing my new bangs too! I asked for your opinion on my new haircut here, and as soon as I read the comment from the lovely Ana from Portugal you couldn't hold me back..." I think with bangs you look like younger :)! ". Yup, she said the magic word~