Monday, May 13, 2013

Kwik Sew 3169 - Peasant Top + Twirly Skirt

It's that time of year - the seasonal change and the ensuing wardrobe upheaval that it brings. As always, my oldest child has the least number of suitable warm weather clothing items, so my spring/summer kid sewing begins with her.

Summer Top and Skirt

These two pieces were very quick to make and turned out really well. Both she and I are pleased. And, bonus - the fabrics for both are leftover from other projects! The skirt is made from fabric I purchased for this shirt. I also made this shirt from it. There is none left. The top is made from the fabric of this dress - using the border print left some strangely shaped remnants and the pieces for this top fit them just right.

Summer Top and Skirt

The pattern for the top is Kwik Sew 3169 - one I've used multiple times. I like this short-sleeved version the best. For the skirt, I graded up the measurements for this twirly skirt initially made for my younger daughter.

I started assembling both of these after my daughter went to bed one night and she had new clothes for school the next morning. Love that!

3 comments:

  1. Very cute outfit. And what a nice bonus that they were made from leftover fabrics!

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  2. She looks adorable and you did a great job on her outfit.
    I can imagine that She would have been so happy to see it in the morning.

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  3. Super cute! I love tiered skirts -- being denim it will be so easy to mix and match with. Peasant tops are still one of my favorites for girls! Beautiful!

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