Friday, May 7, 2010

Some sewing, but more telling!

Made a new skirt to replace the one that was too short.  I have a niece that the too short one might fit, so my only worry is that I don't have anymore of the pink Mat's Tux, Jennifer Paganelli fabric left.  The more I used it, the more I liked it!  I have ordered more of the Farmers Market Dahlia, by Sandi Henderson.  I know.....
Cut these with the scraps.  Didn't get around to sewing them...yet!
These are cut, marked and pinned.  They are waiting patiently to be sewn.  Then I will be caught up  with my Pinwheel Party blocks.
I have been saving this fabric for something special, and now I know what it is.  More skirts!!!!  I only have a yard of each print, so these skirts should be perfect.  I am making one for me even!!!!  (That bottom fabric is mine!)  Measurements are all figured.  If I like the skirt, I might make myself a couple more! (Think "Nicey Jane" and "Paganelli")

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Mother's Day Blessings!

KT

18 comments:

  1. I really should get around to making a skirt or two for my youngest daughter. I've just been too busy being selfish and making bags, instead. Your projects are very pretty. I love the fabrics!

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  2. Gorgeous, gorgeous eye candy today! Such soft, pretty fabrics :)

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  3. Lovely! The only problem with these skirts is that I'm trying to work on my many quilting projects, and you're making me want to make skirts. ;-)

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  4. And just where is my skirt? You know I want to match little miss and littler miss!

    lol

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  5. Love the skirt..great looks!

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  6. darling skirt, LOVE the bottom fabric

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  7. Beautiful skirts, even more beautiful fabric!!

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  8. KT,

    What an adorable skirt - the fabrics are darling.

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  9. Gorgeous fabrics to use for skirts.

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  10. What wonderful fabrics and the skirt is so cute.
    I'm in the same boat with my quilt alongs too :o)

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  11. that skirt is darling KT!!! love those fabrics together!

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  12. love all your fabrics! I'll have to check out your skirt links, too. Love that dahlia print!

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  13. Very cute skirt--too bad they aren't quite as cute on 50 yo as 5 yo! Nice fabrics!

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  14. What great springtime fabrics! Cute skirt:)

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  15. Those are great skirts!!! I can envision them in those lovely fabrics! Great hexagons you've cut as well.

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  16. This skirt is beautiful! My daughters would love it. The fabrics are so pretty and feminine!

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