When looking through my closet the other day, I noticed I had tons of dresses, but somehow very few skirts! How did this happen? And how do I remedy the situation?
In my most recent post, we discovered that sewing patterns don’t always work out the way one would like when refashioning from an existing item of clothing. Thank you to everyone who provided tips on how I might execute this maneuver with more success in the future! 🙂 You’ll remember that I was left with a bunch of pieces cut up from this dress.
Every Fall, some friends and I make a trip to a nearby apple orchard. It’s a tradition that we look forward to every year with great anticipation.
Hey guys! Remember this dress? I refashioned the top part of this piece… …but what about that bottom scrap? It’s a pretty big scrap, and I’d hate to just toss it out! I thought turning it into a skirt would work quite nicely. My closet has precious few skirts, so one more would be very welcome! To get started, I turned the bottom part of this piece upside-down, so the bottom hem is now the top (you’ll see why in…