Sewn : Button-Up Floral Skirt

Sunday, September 25, 2011

New Skirt!


I know it's kind of hard to see the details but it has a button-up front and a pleated waist.
I'm kind of obsessed with this pattern, I've used it like three times now. ha

 This entire skirt cost me like $10 dollars to make. Just sayin.
It pays to learn how to sew my friends. :)

32 comments:

  1. that pattern!! it's adorable!!
    love that shirt with it to. way cute! :)

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  2. Nice job on the skirt! Man, I really want to sew already! >.< I need a good teacher, lol.
    When did you start sewing?
    jw :)

    -Eliza

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  3. Heey Haylee! :D Yeah, I loove those shirts, pretty smart and def. cool! :D

    WOOOOW 7?! OMGOD! I mean, I have made a few things, but nothing that great or that I can wear or sorta? I want to make clothes
    so that I can wear out.
    I had an interest for from Cinderalla, LOL. The scene of where the mouses make the dress for Cinderella. And, I was so interested, that I
    leared hand sewing from that one scene. :D Um, I was near my pre-teens. Um so yea, I used to make dresses for my barbie dolls, by hand sewing.
    Today, I mainly make cuffs from lace and beads, I made 1 sleevless shirt lol, a tote bag, just little stuff like that lol.
    But, I would really like to level up. lol.

    If I have any questons to sewing, may I ask you? ^^

    -Eliza :)

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  4. Eliza, of course you can but I may just be needing to go to you for help instead! haha, you sound like an expert! Sewing Barbie clothes is tough stuff, I'm definitely impressed. :)

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  5. Oh! Also, if you don’t marry your English teacher, and my English teacher doesn’t marry your English teacher, then may I marry your English teacher? Because he sounds wonderful. ;)

    Will you do me a favor? Next time you’re in class, will you sneak a picture of him for me? Hehehe.

    And dude, heck yes! I would love to move to Utah and sing Beatles with you all day long. But alas, I'm stuck in Oregon. How about you move here? ;)

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  6. That's nice, I love the pattern that you chosen!
    :) Just wanna say hello to you, Haylee!

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  7. Very pretty! You look adorable in this cute new skirt!

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  8. love your skirt girl! i wish i could sew. open up a shop por favor (:

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  9. Wow Haylee teach me how to do that! haha. you are amazing.

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  10. That's super cute! I so wish I had the patience and creativity to sew! My twitter btw is @lisaAjordan. Hope you're doing well love...

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  11. You MADE that skirt?! Holy Amazing!! It totally reminds me of anthropologie:) so cute!

    Thank you for your sweet comment! As for your question, Covey is my husband's first name, but he got it from his mother's maiden name! We have TONS of cousins here in Provo, so most likely the covey's in your ward are our cousins:) Which family is in your ward? thats so fun you know them!

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  12. P.s. I just saw your shabby apple design entry.. and it is GORGEOUS! You are so talented:) I love your designs!

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  13. you are so precious! Looveeeeeeeeeee the skirt,girl!

    xoxo

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  14. Awe you are so cute!!! I'm glad you are coming to our blog party (Gentri told me & I'm helping throw it!) so I could find your blog! I am so jealous of your sewing skills! One day friend one day I will figure it all out :) Excited to meet ya girl!!!

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  15. lovely skirt! and for $10!!! if only i could have cheap fabric in australia! :)

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  16. Ok, please make me one now?
    Thanks :)
    Seriously, I wish I were as talented as you, I always buy fabric telling myself I'll make something, and never do!

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  17. well you can't beat the $10 price point! i totally see those buttons, they look vintage and are such a sweet element to this already darling skirt!!! makes me sad i turned the other way when my Nana tried to teach me how to sew, one of those "wish i knew then" moments for reals. you did a splendid job on this Haylee, the constant awe train rolls on. happy weekend!!! ♥

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  18. So pretty!! And you made the skirt for only $10?? I'm impressed! That would be impossible in Norway..

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  19. Nice outfit, you look so good in this picture, I love your skirt and that blouse is perfect, the perfect touch also you look beautiful! You have a lovely blog and I am a new follower! Hope you will like my blog and follow back!

    Pop Culture&Fashion Magic

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  20. Thanks for your sweet comment! If you're ever in WI look me up and I'll do your nails anytime! ;) Have you ever looked into the company CAbi? I think you'd be great on their design team! You've inspired me to sew more!

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  21. You are SO beautiful Haylee! I love it so much! sososo talented xx

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  22. pprreeettyyy! I love how you styled it with that tee as well ;) so cute girl!

    xoxo

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  23. so glad i found your blog!! Definitely love getting to know new people who are reading! :) I'd love to know how the Reeces turn out!! <3
    Thankyou so much for stopping by and leave me a comment. aw your blog is soo cute and you are so georgous in these adorable outfits! the outfits are 2 cute! Hope to hear from you soon! Adding u to my reader :)

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  24. Hey, I have not seen you in forever so I decided to stock you on your blog! I'm obsessed with the the stuff you have been doing lately. You have been one busy little bee.... and I LIKE IT. Hope I get to see you soon!

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  25. Love it! May i Ask what pattern you used? I am dying to make a skirt like that- i love button up skirts!

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  26. Hey Laurel! Woops sorry about that, I meant to include the link. Here it is:
    http://www.burdastyle.com/patterns/helena-skirt-a-new-pattern-download

    It's a free downloadable pattern too so even better!

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  27. I think this is a beautiful piece of skirt.
    http://www.eozy.com/dresses

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