Added Sep 22, 2011
In May 2011, I made matching skirts for my daughter and niece to celebrate a joint trip to France. I used the INSA pattern from the book Sewing Clothes Kids Love by Nancy Langdon and Sabine Pollehn. They love their skirts! The skirt is pretty long, so my hope is that they can still wear it next year.
A variety of quilting weight cotton in black, white, and red, to go with a Michael Miller red Eiffel Tower fabric. Red Bias tape. Red twill tape. White rick rack. Organic white cotton for bottom skirt, trimmed with ruffled eyelet trim.
Learn how to to make a pair of leggings from start to finish in this week's new BurdaStyle Video!
Make something special and practical for your friends and family this holiday season!
Be the best dressed party-goer in a satin bustier top, patterned pants, and rosette textured dress.
This Thursday, give your old sweaters fresh life and a new look with our Sweater Rehab web seminar!
Enjoy breakfast with the fam in comfy outfits that still look polished when the cameras come out.
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