Do you have any jean pants that you want to refashion into skirts?
Here’s how I transformed B’s jean pants.
I have all the pictures ready, tutorial on how I did this coming soon! Life gets pretty busy this time of year!
Update: Tutorial is now available at this link.
[Click here to see B in this ruffle skirt!]
Here’s an attempt to write out a tutorial for a ruffle skirt that I made B. The material I used is the remnants from the Coffee Date Dress (pattern from The Selfish Seamstress) that I made. I kept it because I knew I would be able to use it for something. I’m glad I did!
Glad to have B’s turkey project done and over with. B is pretty proud of her masterpiece. The fact that I got the turkey’s fairy wings for 50 cents is something to be proud of too! By the way, it’s a turkey that’s supposedly disguised as a fairly so it won’t be eaten for Thanksgiving. 🙂
I couldn’t wait for B and Z to wear their blue dress! Everybody loved it, especially Z’s matching shoes!
I want to take more pictures of the girls showing the dress and shoes. Just wanted to post this real quick because I just thought that this was a cool picture with the red, yellow and blue. B and Z’s Colombian papi, L, would be very proud!
Temperatures have dropped due to the cold front from the west that came along with Hurricane Sandy. B came home from school sick. And no matter how hard I tried to keep B from giving Z her cold, it was inevitable. Both of mis filimbianas are sick and miserable which equates to very little sleep for me and L.
The good news is B’s Disguise the Turkey project is done! It didn’t come out exactly as I had envisioned it but B is happy with it and that’s all I need. Another good news is B’s blue dress is done and so the plan tomorrow is for everyone to wear blue. 🙂
I just lost my train of thought because I just heard Z scream her head off. I guess I should leave this post at that.