I left the seems serged and exposed on the outside. Again, adding to the casual feel of the skirt.
Whew! After all that, a girl needs to rest!
I'm truly hoping the rain gods decide to take Sunday off. Please! Pretty please! (C'mon guys... take a day off... put your feet up. Relax!)
Anywho... Mom and sis each have some things to put in and it should be an interesting four hours! Stay tuned...
I used an existing t-shirt from my daughters collection for a pattern. I was going for a capped sleeve look, I just hope these don't cut off any blood circulation!
It is not quite finished, as I want to add a single button closure, just to keep in on her. I'm picturing it with a white t-shirt underneath and jeans. Maybe even some boots. (Let's hope I can talk her out of the hello kitty gollashes!)
Stay tuned as maybe, just maybe I can get a few pictures of her wearing it tonight, after back to school night!
It's an XS, but I still managed to finagle enough material from it to complete this little peasant top. I added 4 rows of shirring at the waistline. As with most projects I complete, it's usually in the late hours of the evening before I have a finished product. Therefore, I haven't been able to try it on my little sailor yet. I'll try to get photos of the completed outfit.
In the meantime, you have Jordan's body double.