Wednesday, June 26, 2013

1950s Full Circle Skirt Using a Doctor Who Tardis Fabric!

I AM SO SILLY PROUD OF THIS COMPLETED SEWING PROJECT!

I just had to share it in one more place! 

To view the "how to" video series you can click below

16 comments:

  1. This is so exciting! Also, love your hair.

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    1. Thanks! :D It was such a fun project!

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  2. Psst...hop on over to my blog. I've nominated you for the Liebster award! :)

    The Fictionista
    {sean-mackenzie.blogspot.com}

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    1. Thanks for the nom! :D I will indeed hop on over!

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  3. Sélectionnée pour les Liebster award. Plus d'info sur mon blog.

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  4. Which type of material did you use in your skirt?

    Thanks!

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  5. By the above comment, I mean, which type of cotton did you choose from the site? They have several choices.

    Thanks!

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    1. I got the Kona cotton. I also ordered their fabric swatch book since I found the different types a bit confusing at first and having the swatches is nice for future orders. :D

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    2. Thanks so much! That's what I was thinking of going with. :)

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  6. Hey jenn i am hopping to learn from ypur sew sew youtube channle :)

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    1. Yay! Be sure to let me know if you have any questions! :D

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  7. I am just not as amazing as you to create this! You should sell it! I'd buy! :-)

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    1. I wish I could! Due to copyright issues I can't sell liscened fabric. :(

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  8. I love cotton skirt. this short skirt is so stylish.

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  9. Amazing skirt, really good combination of girly and tough! I just love this mini cotton skirt . You have really a collection of fashion accessories. I like your blog, useful information. Good effort.Thank you very much for your post...


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