This truly is a very quick whip-up, and being reversible it's like two skirts in one.
I often turn around to find that the smallest child has emerged from her room wearing a 'new' skirt as she likes to switch it from dogs to squares during the day, just for entertainment I think!
I love that when I ask these two to be in a picture together this is their instant position, arm in arm...
though being on the downside of the hill makes Miss L look shorter when compared to A than she actually is!
|It was a little windy so they are flippy skirts!|
This one is made from the Oliver+s range 'City Weekend' and is a size eight.
I could have gone for a seven as this is a tiny bit big around the hips - but she doesn't seem to mind!
By complete coincidence a lovely fabric enabling friend today sent her a hair tie in the green fabric - she's very pleased about that! Thanks Belinda.
|Obviously the other side is green with a pink contrast|
I really love these scootering people with their scarves flapping in the breeze.
Though as I think I have mentioned before, it's best not to use a print with a motif like this on it as when the flaps are folded over some of the people end up scooting sideways!
|Not sure what her fingers are crossed for, maybe that this was going to be the last pic her mum took!!|
Have a great weekend - I am hoping to actually sew tonight so will be back tomorrow with my evening's activity. (hopefully!)
PS - pop on over to Lara's blog to see her new version of this cute skirt!