My Style

This is the last week at Project Sewn and the challenge is to sew your signature style.  I am a skirt and t shirt kind of girl.  I like the girly aspect of a skirt and the simplicity of a t shirt.  green circle skirt 009After last week’s attempt at sewing a t shirt, I felt pretty confident to try another knit shirt.  This week I cut up an old favorite tee of mine to use as a pattern.  I’m thrilled with how this simple whit t shirt turned out and my confidence level is high with knits!  green circle skirt 027And here is yet another circle skirt.  I’m kind of in love with them.  This time I followed a different tutorial so I could do a skirt without an elastic waistband.   The green fabric for this skirt is a thin cotton, which required me to line it.  green circle skirt 019I love that a skirt can be dressed up, or dressed down.  So here is my signature style.  green circle skirt 033

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27 Responses to My Style

  1. aelswick says:

    very pretty love it!–amberE

  2. dandeliondrift says:

    Thanks Amber!

  3. Traci says:

    Love this color combo…green and turquoise are FABulous together! Great skirt…

    Visiting from the Pleated Poppy 🙂

  4. Olga Becker says:

    Very pretty. Love the circle skirt! (that’s a lot of hemming! 🙂 )

  5. Rachel G says:

    I’ve never yet been brave enough to sew with a knit fabric, but your new tshirt looks like you’ve definitely got the technique down!

  6. Amanda says:

    Wow, great job! I love tees and skirts, too, and I think this combo turned out great. 🙂

  7. dandeliondrift says:

    Thank you all!
    Rachel: you should try a tee, I was scared before last week and now I’m feeling like I can tackled knits without any fear!

  8. Abby says:

    Gorgeous skirt! I loooove the color ❤

    If you have a sec, hope you can drop by my blog too and read my latest:

  9. Renee says:

    I love the green and white together – the green really pops! And great job with the shirt-

  10. dandeliondrift says:

    Thanks Renee! I was thrilled when I found this green fabric at the store.

  11. shahnyf says:

    t-shirt and skirt is definitely my style as well. my husband always makes fun of me because i like to clean in a skirt, but it’s a win for me because i can move much more freely.
    great job! i’m new to the t-shirt world as well. aren’t they awesome??

  12. dandeliondrift says:

    I completely agree. I feel comfortable in a tee and skirt, but still look put together.

  13. Kelly says:

    I love circle skirts, so twirly! This whole outfit is great, I like the color combinations 🙂

  14. dandeliondrift says:

    Thanks Kelly!

  15. dandeliondrift says:

    Thanks, I am in love with circle skirts!

  16. ~T~ says:

    Cute outfit!

  17. dandeliondrift says:

    Thanks! I ended up wearing it all day Wednesday and loved it!

  18. Franziska says:

    I’m so jealous of those who can make their own clothes. I can kind of slim shirts and that’s about it. That skirt is PERFECT

  19. dandeliondrift says:

    Thanks. I have been loving making my own clothes!

  20. This skirt is wonderful!!! I’ve never made myself a circle skirt before but have always wanted to…and the color is AWESOME!!!! I totally love it. (And the shirt to! 🙂

  21. dandeliondrift says:

    Thank you. You should try a rifle skirt…they are so easy!

  22. Love the skirt!! That color makes me happy! 🙂

  23. dandeliondrift says:

    I agree….green is just a happy color!

  24. erin says:

    this is gorgeous! love that green 🙂

  25. dandeliondrift says:

    Thanks….green is such a fun, cheerful color!

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