Thursday, July 14, 2011

Super-Easy Girl's Trumpet Skirt

Hello!  Just back from a month-long road trip across the country and back.  I took lots of pictures which will keep me busy painting for a while.  More on that later.

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.  (or just go to the "Contest" tab on

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).

In Knit

In plain quilting weight (skirt displayed is not my fabric)
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