Monday, June 7, 2010

Free Pattern: Saturday Market Skirt

A year or so ago, I fell in love with Freshcut from Heather Bailey and ended up buying 26 BOLTS of it. Nope. Not a typo... BOLTS. But who wouldn't love this?

Heather Bailey Store

I have made quilts, lampshades, bulletin boards, aprons (I'll show you that one in another post), hair bows, and.... skirts, with this fabric. I love it!

I have 3 little girls and I wanted them to have matching Easter dresses. But I couldn't seem to find any in my budget that came in size 9 months, 3T and 7. Solution: Make them! So I did.

Another fabric designer I LOVE is Sandi Henderson. She seems so friendly and down to earth AND she occasionally puts free patterns on her blog. Enter the Saturday Market Skirt Pattern.

Sandi Henderson

I sewed away and finished just in time for Easter. They are adorable and the instructions are super easy to follow. Sandi Henderson meets Freshcut!

This pattern is a thing of beauty! And these fabrics have been sooooo much fun. I think I'm down to my last 10 yards or so. Thanks Sandi for the free pattern!

I'll try to share some of my home decor projects with these fabrics later.

Linking to some parties. Check out all the fabric fabulousness. (Yeah, I know that's not actually a word. :)

Show and Tell Green


The Girl CreativeMakingThe DIY Show Off

Sumo Sweet Stuffmmm button

Keeping It Simple


Amber said...

Thank you so much for shareing this I just printed it out and hope to get it donw while its still warm outside.

Sew Much Ado said...

26 bolts?! Holy moly!!! I'm sure you'll be having fun with that fabric for years to come :). That skirt is adorable, I'd like to make one in my size!

Camille said...

LOVE it! Wish I had 26 bolts of Heather Bailey... Pop Garden is my FAV!

Anna said...

I sold most of the fabric, but I'm currently using the last of it to make aprons to sell at a boutique. I think if I kept all of it, I'd have been able to wallpaper my entire house, inside and out, with it. And still have enough to wrap all of Christmas for the next 40yrs!

Leslie said...

What darling skirts! A girl after my own heart buying 26 bolts of fabric! You go girl! Thanks for linking up to Hoo's got talent!

Beverly @ said...

Wow - those are great skirts. And all that fabric - oooh. seriously that sounds so fun. Thanks for the link to the pattern!
Visiting from Someday Crafts. :)

the treat girl said...

I need more hours in the day!!!!! Stopping by from Jennifer Junipers Tutorial Tuesday :)

the treat girl said... I'm a follower too :) Off to peek around some more!

Joy Beadworks said...

LOOOVe the fabric, and my REAL friend is the Treatgirl. Nice, but not surprized, to see her here!

michelle@somedaycrafts said...

I am definitely jealous of 26 bolts of beautiful fabric! AND of that skirt!!!!

The Sewist said...

It turned out great thanks for sharing the link and i think you made us all green with envy with the 26 bolts! LOL

Mayya @ Sew Chic and Unique

kirstin & jordan said...

LOVE these... Ummm, if you ever get sick of the fabric and need to donate it, I nominate myself as a recipient- hahahaha! :)
We have a linky party on fridays- we'd love it if you'd link to this! :)

C.R.A.F.T. said...

lucky duck...26 BOLTS :) turned out great! link up another great project next week at MMM :)

Katie said...

I'm a new follower and so glad I found you on The DIY Show Off blog. LOVE this skirt! I can't wait to make this!!! Now I just need to buy more fabric!!! If you like to cook you should come visit my blog;

Summer said...

I featured your idea on my blog today!

Thanks for linking up!

Also, did you happen to save that pattern on your computer? I can't get the link to work to download it on to my computer, and I'd love to try it! If you did, would you mind emailing it to me? Please and thank you!


Cheryl said...

So pretty - I"ll have to try this out. Thanks for linking to Craftastic Monday!

Little Lizard King said...

What a cute skirt. I'm your newest follower. LOVE your blog, especially the name - very clever.

I sell sewing patterns for kid couture, so I can't wait to see more fabric highlights!