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Have you seen an awesome skirt somewhere?  Do you have a favorite fabric?  Have you designed a skirt you're especially proud of?  Have a comment on one of ours?  Just need to share your skirt addiction with gals who understand?  Never fear, we are here for you!

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Me Made May 2016 Week 4

Alright, this is the final week of Me Made May!  I may or may not post what I wore on the final 4 days of May here on the blog, so if you must know, follow us on Instagram. Saturday, May 21: Hampton Hoodie in Art Gallery Fabrics knit.  Full details here. Sunday, May 22: Granville Shirt details here and Anna Maria Horner maxi skirt details here. Monday, May 23: New Lane Raglan details here & striped Jocole pencil skirt details here. Tuesday, May 24: Jocole Peplum top, details here. Wednesday, May 25: Parisian top details here. Thursday, May 26:

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Her Favorite Place {Living Skirt Art}
Her Favorite Place by Daniel Gerhartz, brought to life by Skirt Fixation

Your favorite skirt series is back today with a living interpretation of beautiful painting by Daniel F. Gerhartz.  Usually we turn to the masters of long ago for inspiration for our Living Skirt Art series.  But today, our featured artist is still living.  Daniel F. Gerhartz was born in Wisconsin, where he lives with his wife and three children.  He started drawing as a teenager.  Daniel F. Gerhartz uses subjects and settings that allow him to capture light, color, mood and emotion as only a talented artist can.  If you’d like to see more of his work, visit his website

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Me Made May 2016 Week 3
Me Made May Week 3

And here’s the recap of the third week of me taking daily flat lay photographs of my outfit for an event on Instagram called Me Made May. Saturday May 14: Sailor Top in Nani Iro details here & Jocole A-line Yoga skirt details here. Sunday May 15: Cambridge Cardigan details here & self-dyed Gabriola skirt details here. Monday May 16: Julia Cardigan details here, new Lane Raglan details here, scuba knit Pencil Skirt details here, unblogged Jocole leggings. Tuesday May 17: Seafarer Top in Art Gallery Fabrics knit details here, and Aline Yoga knit skirt details here. Wednesday May 18:

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10 Classy Ways to use Fabric Scraps
10 Classy Ways to Use Fabric Scraps

Today I’m bringing you the first in a new series on classy things to create with leftover scraps.  Sometimes you have fabric that is so special for one reason or another that you can’t bear to throw away the scraps.  For the purpose of this series, we’re going to call scraps anything smaller than a fat quarter.  So let’s get started. #1 Classy Way to Use Fabric Scraps: A fabric map In the past we’ve made several fancy projects using scraps.  Allegra created a series of custom United States maps using Liberty of London scraps.  This project uses teeny tiny bits

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