Thursday, September 12, 2013

Miss E's Orange Skirt

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A few weeks ago I read Janine's post about using fabric from Tina Givens' Pernilla's Journey Collection.  She had the same issue I did which was figuring out to do with such gorgeous whimsical fabric on such a large scale.  Well, Janine ended up with this gorgeous quilt and I made this skirt with my stash of fabric from Tina Givens' Cloe's Imagination.
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I wondered if the skirt is too full with two layers of gathered fabric and a pick-up of each layer in the front so she can find her feet.  But, Miss E insisted it was perfect as full and long as possible and no amount of negotiating would change her mind! 
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4 comments:

M-R Charbonneau said...

Love it! It's so fun and full. She's going to have a ball in it! And it's not pink! Nothing against pink really, but there sure is a lot of it these days.

Serena @ Sewgiving said...

She looks very happy with the skirt you made her - nice work :)

quiltswithpersonality said...

What a fabulous skirt ....so gorgeous and super cute. Thanks for sharing. Stopping by from TGIFF. Marie (mlismore@optusnet.com.au)

marcella said...

What is it with little girls and frilly skirts? Seems to be a universal love. She looks adorable in it!