Friday, April 16, 2010

Another Miss Claire!


This is a Miss Claire in quilters cotton, you can see the shape is much different than the one I posted yesterday. It's the same pattern, but the weight of the fabrics make a big difference! It stands out so nicely in the quilting fabric. Miss Claire looks pretty cute with that $5 T-shirt too (gotta love that).


Molly has requested several more of these skirts for summer (I guess the four she already has isn't enough) and since it doesn't even take an hour to whip one up, I'm in. Maddie wants one with the top like sissy's Easter dress because she wants to be a big girl and wear a skirt to church. Hmmm. I didn't realize that skirts were a "big girl" thing, did you? Well according to Maddie, they are.



We are going to need to go fabric shopping soon, Mama's stash is dwindling quick! Summer sewing, how I love thee.....

12 comments:

LadySnow said...

I like that one a lot!

Collie-Collie said...

It's lovely!! I like the skirt Miss Clair a lot!! The fabric is also lovely!!

Groetjes, Collie

Molly said...

Oh, I really like this combo!

noolygirl said...

I love it! when will the pattern be available?

little dresses said...

Nooly girl,

If things keep going well it will be ready in a couple of weeks!

xoxo,
Sam

Beach Mama said...

Love it! You are going to make these in grown-up sizes aren't you??????

Elizabeth said...

Beautiful! Oooo... adult sizes... sounds interesting. :) Very cute skirt, I like this combo of fabrics.

Julia said...

I love this one and the one you posted yesterday!

Kimberly said...

Miss Claire is darling, I think it would be a great practice project for my girls to make for theirselves.

CT said...

Love it!!! being a mom to two girls who love wearing skirts, I need fun and simple patterns for skirts they can play in! LOVE LOVE LOVE the skirt!

Jenny said...

It's really cute. I always thought my girls looked less babyish when I put them in skirts. You hardly see skirts in baby clothes, so I get the big girl connection!
~Jenny~

Debbie said...

Sam, It's a cute one. And,it would be cute in knit also.