Last month I shared this skirt tutorial over at Somewhat Simple but thought I better put it up over here before Valentine’s Day was over. (Although, if you are like me—you haven’t really thought about Valentine’s Day yet….)
#2. Now lay out your T-shirt, measure from the bottom hem up and cut. (I cut mine at 11 inches.) ***Notice that the bottom of your skirt is already hemmed for you from the T-shirt—nice huh? (I told you this was going to be easy.)
Have a great week everybody!
Beverly Pennington says
That is so adorable – I need to get busy and make one. I love that it can really be worn past Valentine’s because it isn’t covered in pink hearts 😉
Ummm..totally love this idea! Need to go and see what I can dig up 🙂
Alida L. says
So cute! I just purged a bunch of tee shirts from my own closet, this is a perfect way to use them!
sweeter than cupcakes says
does the felt wash well?
Maureen Cracknell Handmade says
The F Girl says
Aww, that last shot, so cute! 😀 Lovely skirt!
Ruby Jean says
Oh isn’t that just so VERY sweet… I LOVE your LOVE Skirt… 🙂
Sew Country Chick says
I could make that to go with my LOVE upcycled shirt I posted today!
Susan @ Living with Punks says
So completely darling! Love the hand stitched felt letters…they make it so playful!
Christina May Andrews says
This ROCKS! I love the easy process, colors and the word. Looks PERFECT!!
So cute!!!! seriously! what a great idea!
Leah Koenig says
I found your link on HoH… loved the shot, clicked, and to my surprise, Simple Simon pops up. I should have known! I’ve been a follower for some time and always love your posts! This is darling!
Leah from Well Rounded, leahkoenig.blogspot.com
Wendys Hat says
Michaela @ coveredinmodpodge.blogspot.com says
I loved this skirt when I saw it over at Somewhat Simple. Thanks for the inspiration! Here’s what I made:
Kimbo West says
featured you on my shout out sundays! http://www.kimboscrafts.blogspot.com/2012/02/shout-outsbetter-late-than-never.html
Jen Conlon says
Great tutorial! You’ve been featured on the Quality Sewing Tutorials blog.
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