Hi there, it’s Heidi! I’m here to share the most perfect everyday skirt for you and your little one. I sewed up the girl’s and women’s Pierside Pencil Skirts from New Horizons Designs. It was seriously the fastest sew ever. There are three length options (knee, mid, and maxi) and three hem options (straight, curved, and curved side vents). You can even add pockets! I went for a simple straight knee length skirt for both me and my daughter. I didn’t add pockets to mine, but I definitely will in the future! This pattern is suitable for a wide variety of fabrics. I sewed mine up with a sparkly french terry from Hobby Lobby and used a stretchy cotton lycra for the waistband. I added a drawstring to my waistband as well, but this part is optional.
This skirt is the perfect way to dress up your mom wardrobe if you want to get out of your everyday shorts! It can easily be worn with your favorite tee, but can also be paired with a fancier shirt for a night out. I loved seeing my daughter in a skirt as well. She’s so little that she’s never worn a skirt before; she looks so grown up in hers! I am planning several more matching skirts for our wardrobe. Don’t hesitate to purchase this pattern and sew some up for yourself. It will quickly become one of your staple pieces!
Today Heather sews up her version of Twilight Sprinkle using patterns from Made for Mermaids and New Horizons.
Today we start our week long Sew Ready For Fall feature. First up is Ellen sewing the Ladies Magnolia by Little Lizard King and Shae sewing the Dublin Dolman by New Horizons Designs.
How cute is it when Mommy and daughter can match! This pencil skirt sewn by Heidi is the Pierside Pencil Skirt by New Horizons. This pattern is flattering for both mommy and daughter and has several optional lengths and features like pockets and a drawstring waist.
We are sharing a mom and me version of the Portlander Pants from New Horizons Designs today. These cute bootcut knit pants are perfect for mom and girls.
Thinking about sewing a romper? Todays post features the Bayside Romper and Dress by New Horizons Designs. Rachel and Marnie each sewed a version for their young daughters and the pattern has so many options they look nothing alike! Heidi and Rebecca's versions demonstrate further versatility from this one pattern.
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So I constantly see posts online to the tune of: 'What exactly is X fabric?', 'What should I order online', 'I just wish I could touch it...'
Well, I am here to give you some insight. I'm hoping to do more and more of these posts over the next year so that by the end of 2015 if someone asks 'What is X fabric?', you are going to have the answers!