Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Tula Pink meets Oliver and S for Kids Clothes Week

In the next late-blog post that should have been written last week....

Here is an ADORABLE skirt that has already been worn twice since I made it -


This skirt - the Oliver + S Hula Hoop Skirt.  It's reversible.  It's girly, but not frilly.  It has a drop waist, and a flounce that shows off the underside accent fabric.  Enough said?


Once I figured out where the notches go, it took me no time whatsoever to put this together.  Since I made this one, I slapped together another one that is waiting patiently to get photographed....

The fabric is quilting cotton from Tula Pink's Elizabeth line from my shop.  I love using a bold print for a skirt; it doesn't overpower the kid and you can be as funky as you like.  And, I seriously love some funky prints....obviously!!


And, yes, you can dance in it!!

9 comments:

  1. It's so pretty, and it fits her really well.

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  2. What a fun skirt! I love the twirl factor!

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  3. I love it!!! What a great use of Tula pink! I agree, these large scale prints look great in kid skirts.

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  4. Oh she and Piers should go dancing together, that's just like his modelling! It's a seriously fun, loud skirt!

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  5. That's a really fun skirt! I love the modeling. =)

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  6. I love this! I have made this skirt for fun and for school. I actually really liked it as a school skirt (it needed more length as I remember). It's going on the list for summer...

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  7. This is my favorite pattern, so hoping I can win it ;)

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  8. I love the swoosh in her skirt - lovely!

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