Monday, October 21, 2019

PA Country Crafts & Project Street Style

Next up we have Lindsay of PA Country Crafts with her creations for Project Street Style.  Now here's the deal, Lindsay didn't really get to pick what she wanted to sew for this!  The cover of the Stoplight Skirt pattern needed 3 girls just her ages wearing 3 skirts representing each view of the skirt.  So Lindsay kindly obliged my vision and whims and sewed up what I told her to instead of perhaps something she might have chosen!

For this look, Lindsay used these patterns: 

This is Lindsay's thoughts on Project Street Style:

I am a country girl through and through, but every now and then it is exciting to visit a more urban place. We have several acres for our kids to play outside, so a trip to a playground is truly an adventure for them. For our Project Street Style photo shoot I could think of no better place than this fun, local playground with a kid-sized replica of the main street in town. My girls had fun ducking in and out of the little faux shops, performing on the stage, and then climbing all over the playground equipment. You can definitely see that the clothes are perfectly comfortable for playing hard! I loved being able to capture a glimpse of their childhood and we definitely made some fun memories to match their fun, new outfits!

Head over to PA Country Crafts to see and read more about Lindsay's take on Project Street Style.

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