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Day 3 Floral Radiograph Fabric Blog Tour & $50 Giveaway

Floral Radiograph fabric designed by Skirt Fixation

Floral Radiograph Fabric Blog Tour

Today’s stop on the Floral Radiograph Fabric blog tour is little old me.  Forgive me for sounding like a proud parent for a minute here, but I really love the black and white versions of the fabric I designed.  And I really love the colored versions too!

Floral Radiograph fabric designed by Skirt Fixation

It was excruciatingly painful to decide which color to choose for this blog tour.  Finally I settled on green simply because my daughter has requested more green in her closet.

Floral Radiograph fabric designed by Skirt Fixation

I chose to have this design printed on voile fabric.  It’s light and flow and perfect for a summer outfit.  The green fabric for the skirt and contrast on the top is a lightweight corduroy, also great for summer.  This outfit will extend into fall too, as long as she doesn’t outgrow it!

Floral Radiograph fabric designed by Skirt Fixation

So armed with my fabrics, I went looking through my patterns for the perfect one to showcase this fabric.  With a border print fabric, you can’t have a curved hemline.  It’s probably no great shock that I chose an Oliver+S pattern.  Or that I chose my favorite Oliver+S pattern, the 2+2 blouse and skirt!

Floral Radiograph fabric designed by Skirt Fixation

I absolutely love this pattern.  Every time I sew it, I enjoy every step.  It’s like piecing a jigsaw puzzle.  You just take it slow and feel pleased as every piece falls into place!

Floral Radiograph fabric designed by Skirt Fixation

The 2+2 blouse has a mostly straight hemline, with the fun added visual interest at the neckline.  I am really pleased with how nice this outfit turned out!

Floral Radiograph fabric designed by Skirt Fixation

The only change I made to the 2+2 pattern was to make an invisible hem rather than stitch a straight line.  This is so there isn’t a a white line of horizontal stitching across the border print flowers at the bottom.

Floral Radiograph fabric designed by Skirt Fixation

Using corduroy for the 2+2 skirt means you end up with softer pleats.  When you use quilting cotton (like I did here) the pleats end up really crisp.  But I think for this outfit, and the soft floral fabric design I was using, corduroy was the right choice.

Floral Radiograph fabric designed by Skirt Fixation

I can just imagine this outfit in all 8 colors of the fabric I designed!  Too bad Annie doesn’t really need more clothes of this sort at the moment.  You can go to this page here to see all the fabric I designed.

Floral Radiograph fabric designed by Skirt Fixation

Now I simply must share a few things about the photographs in this post.  As you can tell, they are a departure from our usual iPhone photography.

Floral Radiograph fabric designed by Skirt Fixation

I had the opportunity and great pleasure to meet up with Carrie, of Beri Bee Designs.  She has a big, fancy camera, and a big heart too!

Floral Radiograph fabric designed by Skirt Fixation

She suggested a place and a time, and made the magic happen!  I’m really, really in awe of her talent.  Thanks, Carrie!

Floral Radiograph Fabric designed by Skirt Fixation

Please enter the giveaway for a chance to win $50 from My Fabric Designs.  And return tomorrow for the next stop on the Floral Radiograph Fabric blog tour.  You are going to be blown away!
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7 thoughts on “Day 3 Floral Radiograph Fabric Blog Tour & $50 Giveaway

  1. What a cute outfit! Ihave the same pattern! Must try it. I haven’t made a single Oliver+S pattern.

    1. You really need to make an Oliver+S pattern! I think you would really enjoy this one too.

  2. Oh! I love this outfit! That green and white looks so fresh. Annie is stunning in the outfit and the photos!

  3. […] details Link to your project on your blog: Skirt Fixation blog Pattern used: Oliver + S 2 + 2 Blouse + Pleated Skirt Fabric used: Fabric I designed! This fabric […]

  4. I love the flower design on the shirt fabric and together with the cute skirt, this outfit looks great! Annie sure looks sweet in this.

  5. This is a beautiful green. I love the top and the skirt and though I have made plenty of tops in this pattern not enough skirts unfortunately. Love what you have done here!

  6. […] Day 3 with Audrey from Skirt Fixation […]

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