Wednesday, April 29, 2009
New Pattern: Twirl Skirt
This skirt pattern is designed to be easy to fit and quick to assemble, yet stylish. It has a top yoke with an elastic waist, and a bottom band to allow both an easy fit and some fabric contrast.
By having control over the width and length of the skirt, and the fabric options for the yoke and band, you can create any look you can imagine. We used Flower Power by Jennifer Paganelli in this Twirl Skirt and Peasant Shirt. With the sizing formula you can create a twirl skirt for yourself or your child.
This skirt looks great paired with the Pretty Peasant Shirt, as pictured. Oh, and the skirt really does twirl. My little girl has tried it out many times. lol!
I also made a coordinating Peasant Dress out of the yellow print, with a blue print tie, for myself. We wore our coodinating outfits to a lady's tea and will wear them to church on Mother's Day. Coordinating outfits for Mother's Day is a "mommy thing" for me. And, yes, I'm working on the mommy sized pattern of the Pretty Peasant Dress for you all, too.
Lastly, don't forget we have another contest going on with our friend Penny Raine. The details are in the previous post.
Labels: intro, patterns contests, Pattern Descriptions, Pretty Peasant Dress, Twirl Skirt
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