Sunday, 15 March 2009

Barcelona

My latest sewing project: Amy Butler's Barcelona skirt in denim, obviously! Because a girl can't have too much denim clothes...especially with polka dots lining :)

16 comments:

Ali said...

When I made mine, I wondered if it would look good in denim - you've answered my question - it looks wonderful!
Bravo you. I bet those polka dots make you smile every time you see them.

Lina said...

Looks great Claudia, the red tights and cute lining take it to a whole other level!

Liz said...

Beautiful. You really are quite talented. I'm curious about the pattern. Where does it sit on you (at, above, or below the waste?) Does it run pretty true to size? Ever since I had children, things never seem to fit me right. I'm a US size 10 in hips but not in the waste. So fitting my lower half is a bit of a challenge.

Di said...

I love it! Your sewing skills always impress. Can I have one too? ;o)

Monique said...

Did you receive the pattern for the squirrel I sent you?

two hippos said...

I love your Barcelona skirt, looks fabulous in denim.

Erin said...

Love the Skirt! How clever you are. I am so happy that you and Dan and the little beasties that live with you will all be moving into your own bigger place. That will be so cool! I love my House and thankfully we have been able to hold onto it during this housing crisis issue. Best of luck to you.

Erin

Kirsten said...

Ooh, I love Amy Butler's patterns. They're always so easy to follow and end up making the most beautiful things. Your skirt is so awesome — you have some major sewing skills lady. Also, I love the the red tights! So cute.

apple cyder said...

this is really nice. i would love to make something for myself soon....

peanut said...

That looks great (especially with the red tights). :)

jackie said...

LOVE!!

Joanna said...

That looks amazing. The lining is a great touch.

Rachel said...

Love the lining!

Stephanie said...

Clo, come and see me, I'm having a give away.

murth said...

Looks pretty. I love the red tights.

urban craft said...

such a cute skirt, i must learn how to sew clothes!