The next skirt in our All The Skirts series with Violette Field Threads and Raspberry Creek Fabrics is the Lottie Suspender Skirt.
Prepare yourself to step into a storybook world with the sweetest of skirts to take you there. All photography by Allegra.
The Lottie Skirt is a vintage inspired skirt with straps. There are 3 different finishing options for the straps and skirt.
The straps can be scalloped, ruffled or have pintucks like we made.
The skirt can be scalloped, plain or doubled like we sewed.
The Lottie Skirt can be made in 9 sizes from 12M to 9/10. Many woven fabrics can be used to make this skirt.
We also added the deer from the Forest Friends Pocket Set.
Choosing just the right fabrics and embellishments for the little deer face was so fun!
Making the Lottie Skirt takes some time, but the directions are without error and lead to the cutest results. The waistband is intricate with straps and elastic panels on the sides.
If you take time to make the Lottie Skirt, you will have an heirloom, storybook skirt when you are finished. We definitely recommend making a Lottie Skirt!
Also, the little deer face pockets probably take as much time as the skirt to construct, but produce results so darling that after you see them, you’re smitten!
These pockets are a perfect way to use up little scraps of fabric. For example, do you remember on which skirt we used the Hawthorn Threads fabric on the ears?
The main skirt fabric comes from Raspberry Creek Fabrics. This fabric is manufactured by Riley Blake Designs, and is called Woodland Spring. A perfect match for this skirt, don’t you think?
Raspberry Creek Fabrics carries this fabric in several other colors too.
Allegra took Annie to a wooded location and came back with the sweetest set of photos ever!
Please come back Monday when we reveal another Lottie Skirt we sewed!
We’re excited to see what you’ve sewn! One person (randomly chosen) from the Rafflecopter giveaway will win $50 to spend at Raspberry Creek Fabrics and 5 PDF patterns from Violette Field Threads.
Also, one person (with the highest votes!!) from the Inlinkz link up will win $50 to spend at Raspberry Creek Fabrics and 5 PDF patterns from Violette Field Threads. What are you waiting for?