Here's a cut-and-sew skirt that I created from my butterfly designs. The fabric is purchased with the pattern pieces already printed on the fabric--you just cut out the pieces and sew it up. I made the design just a little while ago, and when I came back from my trip I was pleased to see that Spoonflower was holding a skirt design contest this week. So, of course, it's time for me to pester you again to vote for my design.
http://www.spoonflower.com/contest_voters/new?contest_id=91 (or just go to the "Contest" tab on http://www.spoonflower.com/)
This is a super-easy skirt to sew, and it fits great. In knit, two skirts come on one yard of fabric. I also offer it in plain quilting weight fabric. Fabric shrinkage is accounted for, so you can wash and dry as you like.
Available soon in other colors and sizes--adult sizes too!
Knit version: (buy 1 yard, knit only) You get a yellow graphic flower skirt as well.
Plain quilting weight cotton in watermelon pink (buy 1 yard, quilting weight only). http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/578770
|In plain quilting weight (skirt displayed is not my fabric)|