I have so many fabrics that are too beautiful (and too big) to just lay folded in my wardrobe. I thought that this spring/summer I would make some skirts for me out of some of this fabric. But it’s been slow, really slow. At least I haven’t bought any new fabric at all this year. No energy, no pattern, no joy in making. But then I decided to push myself, so I finally made a skirt! Hurray for me.
The fabric I used is thrifted, maybe online, and I think it once was a curtain. It is orange and pink, with big simple flower pattern that I didn’t want to cut up too much. The pattern I used is from a description in a craft magazine dated 1975 I think. Some inspiration also found in Marie Claire, see the violet skirt on the spread? I love the big edge, but didn’t use that idea this time. But I’ll save it for another skirt.
Sewing studio set up in my sunny kitchen. I love this picture with all that sunshine on the wall…
This week I wore my skirt for the first time when I was in town and had coffee with my friend C.
I was the brightest person in the whole city! And here is another photo, because green and pink goes so well together:
I enjoy sewing my own clothes, especially when I have (vintage) fabric this beautiful on hand.
Jättefin, man blir verkligen glad av att se den! (och den passar dig) Bra jobbat, jag beundrar alla som syr kläder…
The skirt made me happy! It is ever so nice, and you did a great job!!
I had to check out your blog… The name Hanna got me . I have a Hannah. Inspiration to do something with my piles of fabric.
Hanna, it looks adorable. I love bright pink and red together.
this is so nice – I love the bold colours and design – wear it with pride and enjoy!
Love to you
Your skirt is so cute nice job! And it’s very summer-y. I have only made one so far but should get on that since it may warm up here sometime soon. :)
Lovely skirt! Lovely sewing corner!
Fantastic!! I have the same kinds of piles of fabric in my closet! I too need to get out my sewing machine and make some new skirts for summer!
It looks fantastic. I enjoyed seeing your creative space too.