Skirting the Issue Part 2 {or slow and steady wins the race}

This weekend was very productive. I got another three skirts done for Skirting the Issue. You can check out the first two here.

First up, we have a size 6 skirt that used up a remnant from Joann's that's been in my stash for awhile. Its bright and fun. But, I think its something that can be worn year round with leggings.

This doubled layer cutie is a 2t skirt inspired by Dana at Made's Double Layer Skirt. The fabric is Flea Market Fancy in pink eyelet from Free Spirt trimmed in white double fold bias tape. I'm impressed how great this skirt looks for such little effort. I'll be using this trick on more skirts!

The final skirt in this installment is a simple elastic waist skirt in a 4t. The fabric is Remix in Bright from Ann Kelle for Robert Kaufman. If nothing else, the foster parents will be able to see their little girl from across the park in this sucker!

I'm excited to finish up the last couple of skirts tomorrow. I'll share them with you all next week!

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  1. Michaela,

    You are so amazing!!!! Seriously. Thanks so much for all your skirts.

    They are all so lovely!

  2. I love all those skirts, but particularly the Flea Market Fancy one with the bias tape trim. I looks brilliant!

  3. I am inviting you to come and share this in my Show Your Stuff blog hop:

  4. These are adorable, i would love for to drop by our linky and share these with us.

  5. Cute! I like the chevron one! Liz