always time to procraftinate
I finished the skirt. And I know my daughter will be asking for more it turned out great!
I trimmed about 3 inches off the length off the bottom of the skirt and sewed the waistband and belt loops. 34 more words
1 week, 1 day
Before I started the front pockets I folded the belt loops and sewed edges down.
After sewing the pocket pieces to the front, and the front yokes in place. 61 more words
I compleated the back of the skirt today.
I started by pinning and marking the stripes. The plan was to sew them to the side using directions for tuxedo stripes. 106 more words
1 week, 5 days
Another little detail, but slightly bigger than the pockets.
The stripes. I serged together, stripes, 2 green with a white in the center.
And while I had the serger out I serged the edges of the belt loops. 59 more words
No matter how good a child’s idea is it isn’t always the easiest or quickest ideas to create.
One of those ideas that take a long time to accomplish was my daughter’s idea for the stitching on the pockets for her skirt. 97 more words
And that means I can start my sewing for children projects. I have 3 planned. I am starting with the pattern that will have the most changes. 49 more words
2 weeks, 1 day
Now that the pattern is traced, I drew the pattern changes. I traced the pattern in purple. The changes were made in black.
Basicly all I did was straighten out all the areas where the seams are. 37 more words
4 weeks, 1 day