Last week I showed you how to make a cute skirt for back to school.
I was even lucky enough to have it featured on CraftGossip. Anne Weaver picks out what sewing 'gossip' to share with their readers and here's what she wrote about my little project:
Tamara from Etcetorize shows how to make a girl’s prairie skirt for back-to-school. The long ruffle sewn on to a yoke creates a full skirt without making it too bulky through the hips and waist. She gives the dimensions she used to make one for her 5 year old niece, but you can easily adjust them to make a skirt larger or smaller. This would be cute for the tween set, or even in an adult size.
What she didn't know at the time was that I had already made a larger version for myself!
Don't ask me what measurements I used, because I just eyeballed the whole thing and used the same concept that I did with the girl's skirt.
This is the first time you're seeing my new bangs too! I asked for your opinion on my new haircut here, and as soon as I read the comment from the lovely Ana from Portugal you couldn't hold me back..." I think with bangs you look like younger :)! ". Yup, she said the magic word~
Love your skirt - beautiful!
Tamara, I entered into one of linky parties, to be exact "Make it great Monday", the caption for my entry is "Egyptian necklace", but the photo is not displayed, probably when I tried to crop it, it didn't crop, the result is not showing the photo at all. Is it possible to delete my entry, so I can try again?
Thanks a lot
yes, Ana is right!
photo camera likes you!
I love this! I love your choice of fabric and I just might try to make one for me! (As I am one who tries to hide cruves) =O Love the bangs! Super cute!
Tamara, thank you for your help, but I was trying to enter again, but it tells me that double entries are not allowed, since this egiptian necklace entry is already there, I can't enter it again. About my email, I did not know it is set with no reply and to tell you the truth I don't know how to set it with reply. Can you help me out, thank you a lot for your help and time ;o)
I'm right!! You are definitely amazing and younger but pretty as always !I love the skirt and the colours.I'm a wide curves girl and I feel well wearing that kind.
Have a wonderful day.
Ana from Portugal
Thank you Tamara, it worked for both entry and email update.
Thanks a lot
Love your craftiness! We'd like to invite you to our Eat Make Grow Thursday Blog Hop. It is going on now here:
This skirt is so cute. I am your newest follower. I have a link party on Wednesdays, and I would love it if you would link this post. It is called Wednesdays Adorned From Above Link Party.
I hope to see you there. Have a great Day.
Adorned From Above
Very.......cute!!! Thanks for sharing such a great idea.
Cute skirt! It looks pretty darned good on you too. )
So cute, I'm inspired!
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Danielle @ Blissful and Domestic
Super cute! I love the border fabric. Makes it look so finished.
So sweet. I love the little one and the borders on the bigger one really set it off just right. Nice work!
Love this skirt! This silhouette looks good on everyone...I like your bangs. I also wear bangs because someone once asked me if I'd lost weight after cutting bangs. Haven't grown them out since ;-)
Another great skirt Tamara! and I ove the bangs - they really suit you!
Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
Hope you have a fabulous weekend!
Jill @ Creating my way to Success
So pretty, Tamara! I'm featuring this tomorrow night at the party! Thanks bunches for linking up!
OMG! This skirt is beyond cute! I love the fabric! Great job!
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