Twirl baby! TWIRL!!!!

I have fallen head over heals in love with patterns from Pink Fig! They are so easy and adorable and when you have two girls that live in skirts, it’s a site you must visit! My oldest daughter is wearing a modified version of The Girly skirt. I made hers half as full. And my younger chica is sporting The Stripwork skirt. I made them both for each girl so yes!!! I am totally one of those moms who dresses my kids alike! I cant help it!

To make the cordinating top I just bought a shirt for $3.50 from Walmart and adorned it with fabric using a zig zag stitch. Be sure to use a stabalizing fabric on the back!!! I then used a stencil and fabric paint to add the center detail! Easy Peasy!




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    I just got her comment and wanted to let you know that they didn't wheel Bella away from me. I held her in my arms while they gave her the anesthesia. It was hard to see her go limp and fall asleep. It was even harder to lay her on that little operating table and walk away from her. But I would not have been able to do it if they had wheeled her away and she was reaching out for me crying. For all she knew I held her the whole time and that was the most important thing to me. It has made such a difference in her life. I'm really glad we did it. If you need any advice let me know. Good luck with Blue's tonsils.

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    Stephanie says:

    k, stop it right now. ou aremaking me want to bust out my sewing machine and i dont have the time or money for anything creative right now. stop it. i cant chek this site anymore!

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    cute! I love the fabrics you used!

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    michelle says:

    Darling!!! I love the fabric choices you chose! The girls are great models…so pretty!

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    Momma Princess says:

    Ok, it's official you are AMAZING. No seriously. . . What don't you do girlfriend? I love Blue Cricket.


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