Anyways, on to the pattern at hand.. We all know my love/hate relationship with quilting... I love to do it, and hate to admit it but I am really NOT very good at it. When I saw the name of the skirt I thought, yup, I need this pattern. I was super excited to get to test for Jasmin again because she was so sweet and fun to work with on the last test.
Child's size 1-12
Ladies XS - 4XL (AU sizes -- roughly a 2XL in US, I think?)
Alternate waistband method included for adjustable size.
**NOTE** It says this at the beginning of like every pattern, but I want to reiterate it here -- READ ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE YOU CUT YOUR STRIPS....
This is important with this pattern -- lay out your fabrics in the order that you want them, before you cut your strips (it says all this in the pattern, but in case you were wondering, I *may* have overlooked this and had to recut some strips). Once you decide what order you want your fabrics, then you can cut your strips.
As you can see the strips vary in size, and you can rearrange the sizes any way you want. Then, for that awesome quilted look, each strip is topstitched and gives the skirt a lovely finished look and dimension all at once.
As soon as I saw the skirt it screamed *rainbow* at me, so that's what we went with -- and just to make it really Spring-like, I went with a bunch of bright floral prints. I was a little concerned it was too *loud* at first, but Inara loves it, and that's what counts, right?
|This is her Rabbit Rabbit pose|
Let's leave you with a nice picture of Inara's lovely skirt....
We've had to wash it twice already for her to wear again. :)
Here is the Girl's Strip Quilt Skirt
And the Ladies Strip Quilt Skirt
BUT while you are in the Rabbit Rabbit Creations shop, check out her bundle deals if you want to pick up both, or maybe a couple others as well !