The “Easiest Skirt in the World” ventures out into the world.

22 Mar

Sure, it’s all well and good, when it’s just a crazy zig-zagged fabric in the upholstery store, destined to make over some unwitting beach house deck chair. But when you buy it and bring it home and make clothing out of it, you gotta wonder, “can this upholstery fabric really enjoy civilian life on the street?”

I say, when the sun is out strong in March, and the whole world is blooming unabashedly early, that the answer is decidedly YES:

4 Responses to “The “Easiest Skirt in the World” ventures out into the world.”

  1. Sue March 22, 2012 at 9:35 am #

    Haha, yes! I love this fabric, it’s so cheerful.

  2. Evelynne March 22, 2012 at 9:50 am #

    Oh, I really, really love it! But you knew I would. 🙂

  3. Mary March 22, 2012 at 10:15 am #

    Stellar skirt! I am currently finishing a skirt in goldenrod home dec fabric and glad to see I am not alone in my fascination with home dec fabric.

  4. lsaspacey July 25, 2012 at 2:32 pm #

    Wow, really love that. Sometimes I forget all about upholstery fabric. I’ve wanted some stripe and zig zag skirts but the garment fabric is good prints is too expensive. A 1 yd or 1/2 yd cut of 54″ wide fabric can be pretty unexpensive. Great skirt!

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