Today we have one of our good friends and PR&P alum, Justine from Sew Country Chick. She found these adorable vintage pillowcases that were unused (how lucky is she!) and dolled them up to make these absolutely cute skirts!
You can find all the details HERE over on Sew Country Chick.
Melissa from Sew Like My Mom is our guest blogger today with her absolutely delightful Sycamore Skirt. Head over to Melissa's blog for the full tutorial of this skirt! What a perfect shape for fall and back to school.....those pockets are so darling and can hold lots of treasures for school!
As with the previous years we've done Skirting the Issue I am again humbled and amazed by the women within our community. The kindness and the goodness that is inside of each of you is tremendous.
We don't know everything that has been going on in your sewing rooms or at your kitchen tables but through comments and emails we've seen glimpses...and you ladies are wonderful.
Thank you for sewing along with us...thank you for sharing your blessings...thank you for being a blessing in the life of someone else.
Skirting the Issue means a lot to us...a tremendous amount...and we thank each of you from the bottom of our hearts for sewing along with us. Whether it's one skirt or one million skirts...we appreciate it.
-liZ and Elizabeth
PS: If you are in the Provo, Utah area on Thursday night please stop by the Cotton Shop and say hello...and maybe stay and sew a few skirts with us...we'll bring all the supplies...and the treats.
Today we have the lovely Emily and Ashley from Frances Suzanne sharing a darling detailed skirt for Skirting the Issue. They did such a fantastic job during their project run and play season and you can see their style in this adorable skirt.
The other thing I absolutely love that this is an easy sew but the details make it look like it takes a lot more time! So, so, so cute!!!
Head over to Frances Suzanne to get the full tutorial and the free printable to make the skirt!!!
Deborah from Sew Much to Give is one of our favorite people here at Project Run and Play. No, we have never met her in real life but we love her still the same. She is amazing....and sews and sews for so many children around her. Her blog title is I suspect her life and what a tribute to her.
Today she is sharing this darling skirt with ribbon trim around the bottom and some great tricks on how to make the buttonholes at the bottom. Please head over HERE to see Deborah's full tutorial for the Any Occasion Skirt!