Sunday, August 30, 2009

Girl's Skirt

girl's skirt

When I found this fabric by Moda Fabric at a local
fabric store, I had the urge to make a skirt for
a little girl with it. It is unusual for me to simply
use only one fabric to make anything, but this
patchwork-looking design allowed me to be completely
satisfied with using it by itself.

girl's skirt

I love kids' clothes...
Although I don't have any children, I really enjoy
window-shopping in kids' clothes sections.
There are lots of adorable, colorful, and rhythmical
kids' clothes that make me feel like I want to become
a mother of children right away.
(Shallow reason? maybe. lol.)
I think with kids' clothing, expressing
really fancy designs is possible.

I think this skirt came out really cute!

girl's skirt

And I think this binding matches perfectly with
the skirt. I wish I had a girl to try it on,
but I don't know any 4 year old girl in person...

I've listed this skirt in my shop
in the case any of you know a 4 year old who'd enjoy
a skirt like this ;) Remember to let me know you came
from here when you shop in my etsy shop so that I'll
include a little gift for a little appreciation ;)

Hope you are having a great Sunday!

Thanks for coming and reading!!



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27 comments:

  1. Cute! I love the stuff you do. I generally don't like pink things but somehow you always manage to make it look sweet and fresh. Sigh... if only I can get beyond sewing straight lines, but even that needs practice right now hahaha.

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  2. Love, love, love this skirt. Perfect pattern for the print. Unfortunately, not the right size for any of my three girls but I was wondering if you knew the name of the print.... Need some of that, bad!

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  3. Thanks everyone!

    Jessica-
    I love your knitting projects! He-who-is-like-butter is super cute!!

    The Wee Three-
    The fabric is the collection called Momo's Wonderland by Moda Fabrics ;) Lots of online fabric stores including Fatquarter shop has it!

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  4. This is so cute! I don't have a little girl for it, though. :(

    I love Moda fabrics and can't wait to start some projects for Christmas soon.

    Thanks for the inspiration!

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  5. I'd love to see a tutorial on this beautiful skirt.

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  6. Thanks everyone!

    Southern Gal-
    Oh that reminds me that I have to start making Christmas gifts too!

    Janna-
    Thanks!

    tanklm-
    That might be a great idea for my next tutorial!
    This is super easy ;)

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  7. Very adorable! You did a great job!

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  8. That is such an adorable fabric...i love this this fabric lots! Wish they sell such lovely fabrics here. >_< Oh and that skirt is gorgeous and oh so cute! Have a lovely merry happy day and love to you!

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  9. Oh the skirt is super cute! Now I wish my 15 year old daughter was 4 again LOL.

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  10. sooo totally cute! The binding just makes it! Great idea.

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  11. oh my gosh! sooo cute & cheery- i love it!

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  12. The fabric is perfect, how fun. Unfortunately my almost 2 year old is still wearing 12 month clothing so no way would it fit her. It's adorable though.

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  13. That's a cute skirt. The fabric is fun!

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  14. Your sweet heart really comes out in your blogging. I bet you'd make a great mother. It's so fun to dress little girls, although there's so much more to motherhood. But take it from a mother of 3 girls and 2 boys -- it's so worth every moment of hard work! I hope you'll be blessed with children soon!

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  15. wowwwwwwww...it's so sweet and cuteeeee. I love the fabric as well.

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  16. I almost get the skirt now that I've seen the fabric in person! I thought you had pieced all those patches together! I got a layer cake of it and I used a selection of 6 of them to make your drawstring bag for my daughter to use to carry her ballet shoes and tights to and from school.

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  17. This skirt is just darling~ love everything you make!

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  18. Beautiful work! My daughter would have loved it back in the day -- she's 21 now! Sheesh!

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  19. I always love your fabric choices. So much great color! :)

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  20. So cute! Where in San Jose area did you find the MoMo Wonderland?

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  21. thanks so much for sweet comments everyone!!

    SequinK-
    I found this fabric at eddie's quilting bee in sunnyvale. They had other favric from the same collection as well ;)

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  22. Thanks! I've been to eddie's to have my bernina serviced, but haven't shopped there much. I live up the street from hart's in santa cruz, and they are pretty much all out of the Wonderland. I have a half of a layer cake stashed away somewhere in case of emergencies,...

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  23. Shopping for baby clothes really is the top 2 or 3 reason to have a baby! :) lol I'm going to make a quilt out of my kids' baby clothes sometime in the future here...

    I love that skirt, and what a great choice for that fabric!

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  24. erica-
    Thanks! That sounds like such a fun plan to make a quilt!!!

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