yellows and purples

June 7, 2009 at 7:44 pm 6 comments

:: yellow ::

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Almost finished with my cardigan!

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(above pic is clickable to get a better view of the fabric)

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New camera strap slip cover!

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(don’t mind my pissy look, damn sun was in my eyes)

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New head scarf (from the book Weekend Sewing), and yes, in the same fabric as my camera strap. I figure their not to matchy matchy if I flip the fabrics around. (Fabrics used about are both from fat quarters from JoAnns)

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(above pic is clickable to get a better view of the fabric)

:: purple ::

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New purple skirt (similar to the one I made for K. for her b~day) for L.  Used fabric that the awesome Lisa sent me, as well as fabric from my stash.

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As well as a little head scarf for L. (just altered the pattern a bit to fit her head).

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Entry filed under: knitting, sewing.

Just keep knitting….just keep knitting summer vacation

6 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Rebecca  |  June 8, 2009 at 8:48 am

    Adorable! I love the little skirt/headband set. I’m going to have to try skirts soon.. I have just the tiny model to try them out on too. 😉

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  • 2. Lisa  |  June 10, 2009 at 3:00 am

    LOVE IT ALL!! You are one crafty lady. I’ve been thinking about making myself some clothing soon. After I get settled in of course.

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  • 3. belle  |  June 20, 2009 at 8:27 am

    lisa is lovely! and so is tat little skirt I love it

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  • 4. belle  |  June 20, 2009 at 8:32 am

    me again the ahir scarf you made looks better thtn the photo in the book!

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  • 5. Leslie  |  August 27, 2009 at 4:05 pm

    Love the skirt, did you use a pattern?? Am looking for a cute skirt pattern (hint hint).

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  • 6. multicrafty  |  August 27, 2009 at 10:32 pm

    Hi Leslie, no I did not use a pattern. If my memory serves me correctly, I know I went based of my daughter’s waist measurement. There are 3 tiers with (what I call an accent strip around the bottom) that are 5″ X waist measurement + 5″. The first tier, of course, was 6.5″ to leave room for a 1.5″ elastic casing x waist measurement + seam allowance. The last “accent strip” was 4″ x whatever your last tier width measurement was – no gathering on the last piece – which I pressed in half lengthwise and pinned in place. The whole thing was made in one piece so I just serged up the back once it was complete. If you have anymore questions – I am terrible at explaining things sometimes – please ask!!

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