Market Skirt Tutorial from Dana Made blog »
InstructionsI've been using my stash for these little market skirts. What was left of the blue skirt material had noticeable stains, so I set out to figure out a fix.
FlipFlops seemed a natural for my g-baby in Florida, so I cut out two shapes of fabric (with my scalloped shears), tacked them onto the skirt, and outlined the shape with embroidery stitches on my sewing machine. The sequinned trim ...
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Type of item: Clothing
Style: Cute, Whimsical, Casual
Cotton Fabrics, Ruffle and Waistband are from Rowan "Water" collection of fat quarters, 3/4" elastic, Embroidery Thread, Sequinned Trim,
What was your inspiration?
I've been collecting ideas that would be fun for the grand daughters... flip flops were featured on some cute play clothes... and I needed something to cover a stain on the fabric. (oh for shame!)
What are you most proud of?
That I thought of using the sequinned trim for the flip flops, instead of 'saving' it for something (I don't know what)... I'm hoping the extra "bling" brings big eyes and smiles to my sweetie pie.
What advice would you give someone starting this project?
Hope your little one you sew these for doesn't get tired of them, because they are just too fun to make! Everyone can be a bit different, and it doesn't take a lot of fabric or time. Win Win in my book!