Momma style

First skirt

My fashion album includes photos of many lovely pieces I have seen in magazine layouts and would love to one day add to my own wardrobe.  This skirt is similar to one of them.  I think it turned out pretty well being that I didn’t have a pattern.  I have been learning how to visualize a piece of fabric and all its folds and turn it  into a piece that resembles something wearable.  The drape of this skirt is not as smooth as I would have liked.  I look forward to the day I have a mannequin to “play dress up with” as my husband would say.  I can imagine it would be simply wonderful to be able to fasten my prickly pinned fabric to a mannequin instead of me!

I’ll wrap up this post with a photo of one of my favorite pairs of shoes.  When I went to take the snapshot, I realized that the floor was covered with alphabet blocks and thought to myself, “Doesn’t that just speak truth in a million different ways.”  I’m sure all you mothers out there understand the rare days you get to put on a pair of heels and trip over toys!


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  1. 1

    mermaids said,

    the skirt is adorable….so are the shoes….i have some that are very similar. as for the drape of the skirt, fabric selection makes a huge difference. a softer fabric would hang more smoothly.


  2. 2

    (bs.) said,

    Boy oh boy, I am the most blessed man alive!

    *whistles* I love you, babydoll! 😀

  3. 3

    Mom said,

    The skirt is adorable, very well made, and you look fabulous in it.

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