So of course I couldn't stop with just those previously blogged little girl skirts. Um, no. I had bought enough of the tutti fruitti fabric in my initial shopping trip for five skirts. And then when I went back for yardage for the Sophia skirt, I had gotten enough for two of those. So it was time to finish these and move them out before summer ended and my niece couldn't wear them! (Yes, I'm blogging late....again....)
These are all iterations of the Rachel skirt. I used my serger on all of them to ruffle the middle and trim tiers. I really like how they turned out! The purple wavy lines/colored dots on white skirt is a size 4 (my niece is going to be four soon), with regular elastic. The other three are all size 5, with buttonhole elastic. I figure that way she can use them now, but she won't outgrow them before next year.
And I had to make another Sophia! This one is also a size 5 (the last one was a size 4), with buttonhole elastic. Takes some of the guesswork out of these, which is great! I included a note with them for my sister-in-law to let me know how that holds up in the wash. These recent skirts are my first time using it, but I really love it in my boys' store-bought pants!
The Husband was surprised to see this combination, and even more surprised to hear that I'd been the one to pick it. He thought it looked very summery, like corn, and I told him that was the intention. I really stink at combining more than two fabrics, so I was just looking for two coordinating colors that were in the dragonfly print. Still not my style at all, but I think it looks good. Hopefully my niece likes it!