I seem to save too much lately. Limiting myself to 3 grocery bags stuffed with scraps and squished in the closet. Bits of lining, pieces of interfacing, dress fabrics, trims, ribbons. What do I do with them all? Sometimes I find just the right piece of lining for a couple of pockets. Interfacing pieces are perfect for reinforcing corners. But a lot is just scrap.
So when I made the Tulle Time dress earlier
in the year I had about 30 inches of fabric plus
a triangular section leftover. Enough for a skirt maybe?
Looking through my patterns I thought this one might work.
Here are the pattern pieces laid out on the fabric. Luckily this pattern takes advantage of the weirdly shaped remnant.
Close up of the skirt front with the interesting yoke. I am crazy about it. Love a skirt with pockets.
Today's SunnyGal Garden photo, not really a garden, but me at my sister's on the island of Oahu, Hawaii.
yes, I will be vacation sewing for a bit. Meaning . . . tropical fabrics and whatever inspires me.