Watercolor floral skirt

Sunday, September 29, 2013

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I don't know how else to describe these pictures except maybe just totally worked. ha to be fair though, I haven't been sleeping so I'm giving myself the benefit of the doubt on this one. But k so this skirt, guys this skirt! It turned out so much better than I thought it would, it was definitely an experiment in more ways than one so I was not expecting that.

Experiment #1, working with this fabric. Man I was up and down about this fabric. One day I loved it, the next day I thought it was too attention-seeking, the next, well you get the deal. Fortunately the end result I LOVE. I guess it was just one of those fabrics that makes you second guess yourself, but works well for finished garments. 

Marc Jacobs silk fabric from Mood photo MarcJacobsFloralSilkskirtpocketclose-up_zps4bb07dc6.jpg
*it doesn't normally peek up in the center just for the record. I think it's because I'm pulling down on the pockets. 

Experiment #2, kangaroo pockets. Which, to be fair aren't really called that but I feel like they look like a little kangaroo pouch. ha, I've never made pockets like this before, they were drafted into the actual front pattern piece instead of sewn into the side seams. They were essentially like darts on the front of the pattern! So weird. And sure at first I thought it would be no thing but then I woke up to reality and realized I was using a Burda Style pattern. Why do I do this to myself! I swear they have a way of making even the simplest of steps the most. complicated. thing. ever.

Marc Jacobs silk fabric from Mood photo MarcJacobsFloralSilkfacecutoff_zps6d7a5142.jpg

Experiment #3, churning out a lining on a whim. This fabric is really lightweight yet stiff, and I felt like a lining would make it flow better. Only problem is that the pattern doesn't come with a lining, and I was worried about drafting one with the whole pocket situation. Well the awesome thing about linings is that no one sees them! So it doesn't even matter that I may have done half of it inside out. And luckily this one turned out great. haha

Silk floral skirt photo MarcJacobsSilkskirtfronton_zps5b311f6b.jpg

Also, Am I allowed to say that I like how this skirt makes my booty look? haha, because I'm so going there. I think it has something to do with the darts in the back that I may have accidentally made too prominent. Yay for mistakes that work in your favor!


Fabric: Oscar de la Renta Silk from Mood
Pattern: Burda Style Flared Skirt pattern


So now I want to hear, what's something you've experimented with lately? (Both in sewing and in not. Changed up your daily routine? Tried a new food? Anything!)

Also, just because I'm desperate, any tips for the raging insomniac? I mean, Netflix is great and all but there's only so many episodes of Breaking Bad you can watch. 

83 comments:

  1. Great little skirt and I love the floral fabric. It looks fab with your denim shirt.
    I like your new title for the pockets 'kangeroo pockets' is a fun title.

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    1. Thanks so much Caroline! haha I know I liked the sound of it too. Not very professional but I thought it had a nice ring to it. :)

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  2. Oh my gosh! This skirt is amazing! Can't wait for my next Haylee original! Your check is in the mail tomorrow! Xo

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    1. Ahh thanks cute girl! Seriously any day, I will gladly make you something. By the way, I'm really tempted to get a shirt like this one (http://abeautifullife42.blogspot.com/2013/09/transitions-into-fall.html) now after seeing that post of yours, so I can wear it with my brocade skirt. haha I seriously LOVE that outfit. Gahh girl you inspire me so much with your incredible style, seriously.

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  3. Oh, heavens! This skirt is freaking amazing. That fabric! Can I just squee over that fabric for ten minutes straight? It's totally attention seeking, but in the very best way. Burda patterns are a headache, but man are the products cute - those pockets are so cool. Great job!

    Also, insomnia-wise, I'm a big fan of reading nonfiction books in bed. You're interested, but it's not engrossing like fiction, then your eyes get tired, and - bam! - asleep.

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    1. Ok sweetest comment ever! Thank you so much Mary. I'm glad someone else likes the fabric too, I was worried I had possibly just convinced myself to like it or something. haha, but seriously thanks so much. Also good to know about the nonfiction book thing. I hadn't even thought about that but it's true. My problem is that I get so anxious about not sleeping that I can't even focus on a freaking book and then I just sit there getting more anxious and it's just the most fun thing ever. (not) ha but I do have a Chemistry textbook that I really should be spending more time with reading so maybe I'll have to try that tonight. Thanks Mary!

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    2. A few sleeping tips that have helped me are: never ever checking the clock while I'm trying to sleep- super important!- reading telephone books if you are awake in the middle of the night and only using your bed for sleeping. Good luck!

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    3. Thank you! I definitely need to work on the only using your bed for sleeping thing, I think that's my downfall. Ugh it's hard though, when it's nice and warm and doing all your homework in it starts to sound appealing. ha but thanks so much for the tips. Really this helps, I want to try that phonebook thing now!

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  4. its beautiful! and the kangaroo pocket - so fun!

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    1. Thanks Kelli! Comments from you always mean so much to me, haha thank you. :)

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  5. That skirt is so so so cute! LOVE the pattern. You are so talented!

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    1. Chantel you are the sweetest! Thank you so much pretty lady :)

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    2. Ok I cannot for the life of me figure out how to comment on your blog posts. Am I just not seeing the button somewhere or did you by chance turn off blog comments? Just wanted to check and make sure I wasn't missing it somewhere!

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    3. My comments are turned on, so they should be there. There is a small button on the bottom of the posts, or if you click directly on the post, there is a comment form. At least thats how I see it on my computer. haha but anyway I'm serious about your sewing skills. I wish I had talent like you!

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  6. I looove the skirt and the fabric! I'm experimenting more with patterns actually! I was only sewing with solids for garments and keeping the patterns for my accessories.

    My only way to deal with insomnia is to start my work for the next day, so at least when I crash later on I'm not behind!

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    1. Pattern-experimenting sounds fun! (Also side note, I hate how in sewing the word "pattern" has two meanings. I never know if someone is talking about the pattern they used to make the project or the actual pattern of the fabric. ha but I'm assuming you meant the latter, right? That's sounds exciting though, I know it's hard to do when it's not what you're used to. I have that same problem but with colors, I always seem to be using the same ones!

      And ok we are totally on the same wavelength with the insomnia thing. That's completely my way of thinking too, it's like if you're going to be up you might as well make use of the time, right? I run into troubles when the things that I'm doing are waking me even more though. Like with sewing I feel like that wakes me up so much for some reason. But ya I like your way of thinking. :) I almost always crash later on too (like last night.. ha) so it feels good to not be behind when that happens.

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    2. Yes! I thought I was the only one that isn't a fan of the double meaning. :)

      I definitely can't sew at night, but my work consists of propping up my laptop in bed tapping away until I drift off. I just make sure not to drool on the keyboard, and everything is a-okay!

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  7. I love love love this skirt! i love the fit, i love the fabric and i love the length! I think it turned out awesome and I would most definitely wear it.

    New things I have tried. Well since we just moved I checked out a bunch of new grocery stores in our neighborhood, not very exciting. I also went to a new dmv and tried doing my hair differently for my license picture, hopefully it turns out haha.

    And I have had sleeping problems forever. What I think works best is getting into a routine. Waking up early and going to bed early. Don't watch tv, and when I try to sleep since I'm always thinking I always think of the color black and try to blank my mind. Also, I've read its good not to spend time in your bed unless your are sleeping so its a designated spot for sleeping. Oh one other thing, no tv right before bed. Hope something works out for you.

    K

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    1. Thanks so much Kirsten! Ah that meant a lot for you to say, thank you.

      New grocery stores sound cool! I actually think that can be kind of fun, checking out new produce and such. I went to a new grocery store last week and they were selling pluots! ha so I of course had to try one. Kind of disappointed but eh, it was fun to at least try. :)

      Ugh, well though I hate that you have to deal with it too, I'm glad to know I'm not the only one. I don't watch much TV before bed but I DO do my fair share of internet browsing, which I'm sure really doesn't help. It's hard because that's such an easy thing to do at night, and also when you're up in the night not sleeping and there seems to be nothing else to do. But I think it's definitely worsening my cause. I'm going to try that mind-blanking thing though, it sounds promising.
      Thanks girl!

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  8. Oooh so pretty! I really love the floral skirt - I am actually working on one right now with this fabric: https://www.etsy.com/listing/157737942/navy-floral-stretch-cotton-sateen?ref=shop_home_active

    I am also going to attempt making my first SILK garment soon.... a little nervous but also excited! I really like how you styled this shirt with the denim button down shirt - I will definitely be borrowing this outfit idea ;)

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    1. That fabric! Sally I am in love, I can't wait to see how it turns out. Good luck with the silk endeavors too! What will you be making, do you know yet? I'm trying to think if I have any tips with working with silk. I honestly haven't used it much! The only thing I can think of from my experience is just to not rush the cutting out process. and use a rotary mat! It will want to slip all over the place on you and it's super easy to mess up your pattern pieces that way. (Ugh, want to guess how I know that?) haha good luck girl!

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  9. love it. the pockets seem very clever!!

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    1. Thanks Tanya! Ya I thought that too, at least until I had to read through German instructions to make them. haha no they are pretty clever though I think. I sure had never seen anything like them before.

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  10. love love love. and in total agreement on both burdastyle AND booty.

    i'm trying a ralph pink pattern...does that count as a new thing?

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    1. Yay!! So glad you agree, it's always nice to have a little bit more junk in the trunk right? haha, and yes that totally counts! I'm anxious to see how it turns out, which one did you choose?

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  11. You are quite possibly the cutest thing evah! And to answer your question I have done nadda that is new :0/ maybe soon though!

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    1. Ya sticking to your usual routine is sometimes super needed too don't you think? Like I know for me sometimes I can go weeks, months even! going the same places, sewing the same things, watching the same shows, eating the same things, ha sometimes that's exactly what I need!

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  12. Gosh darn, Haylee, you and everything you make is just adorable. I love the glasses too. I've been listening to a lot of new music lately and working with new materials to make art. Nothing too exciting though.

    Keep creating cute stuff! You have such a talent.

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    1. That sounds exciting to me! Carly I want you to start a blog so bad, I'm serious. I think I've told you that like 5 times.. haha but really, I want to see more of your art projects and things!

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  13. i adore this skirt it is so cute. you are seriously SO talented! i couldn't sew to save my life!

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    1. Girl I promise you you could! It just takes some practice, I promise. And heck you're local! I'll totally teach you anytime you want to learn. There's a few bloggers like that actually, we should have just one big sewing party or something. haha ok just kidding maybe that sounds like torture to you, maybe we'll just stick to lunch or something.
      Thanks for the sweet comment though! I am really excited to have found your cute blog. You have the most beyond adorable style ever, my gosh!

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    2. Ok I just realized that no where on your blog says that your local. haha so fail on my part there, but all your pictures looked Provo-esque to me so I went with it, but please correct me if I'm wrong!

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  14. ok, I know zero about sewing but what I do know is that this skirt is amazing and you look absolutely adorable!!!

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    1. Thanks Shira! You may not know much about sewing but you DO know a ton about cute style so that means a lot, haha thank you :)

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  15. That is a really really beautiful skirt! I'm in love with that fabric! Definitely not too attention seeking. I'm attempting to make a coat for the first time and am absolutely loving it!

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    1. Wow that's a big deal! How's it coming along? Coats are pretty intimidating I think, you've got the right idea though to start it just in time for Fall and Winter. My problem is that I always start projects in the wrong seasons, ha and end up finishing a coat just in time for Summer or something. I'm excited to see how it turns out though! What pattern are you using?

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  16. I love this skirt! The fabric is loud, but it's not to the point of being attention-seeking and it goes so well with a more understated shirt, like the one you're wearing. Great!

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  17. haylee! that skirt is gorgeous! you still continue to amaze me and i love love love it with the chambray top :)

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    1. Thanks Marsa! Your comments will continue to make my day, haha thanks so much :)

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  18. First of all, how adorable are you? Love your blog- thanks for commenting on mine so that I could find you!
    Second, thanks for your sweet comments! I'm a blessed girl to have such an awesome husband and marriage. It's work- but fun work, and I count my blessings every day :)

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    1. Thanks Camille! Thanks for stopping by, and I really mean everything I said.

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  19. This is beautiful, love those colours and the fabric seems so smooth and shiny..Sorry to hear you're having issues falling asleep. I would strongly recommend shavasana (which is a relaxing meditation/focus technique used in yoga). There's one here on youtube. Have a search and look around to see what works for you.
    I would also suggest things like keeping the lights low, not using 'daylight' type bulbs in your bedroom and turning down your computer monitor towards the evening (if you have a mac get flux it automatically adjusts light and brightness on your monitor according to the time of the day).
    Best of luck.

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    1. Ok I just downloaded Flux, thank you SO much for telling me about it. That will help me a lot I think (I have a bad habit of keeping my computer right by my bed :/ definitely something I need to work on.) Thank you also for the link to that video!! I'm going to try that tonight if I end up waking up again. Seriously I really appreciate you linking me to that, and for giving me these tips in general. Truly thanks so much!

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  20. The skirt is so cute! I adore the fabric. I can see what you hesitated because it is a little bright, but it's SO PERFECT and looks great on you. I love the kangaroo pockets as well. :-)

    Are you looking for tips to cure your insomnia? This is what works for me: I meditate, clear my head, lay down, and with each deep breath I take, I count backwards. I've found that my magic number is 87 and I'm usually asleep before I get to 1. Additionally, I love flux (I see someone mentioned it above - so great.) Reading sometimes helps me calm down (but not always - get a cookbook or something boring). Anddd if you're into supplements, Nature's calm magnesium is perfect. I feel like I just took a warm bath and it also helps me sleep.

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    1. Ya that's exactly why I was hesitant! That and the fact that it's super shiny fabric so I was like, woahh hold on now, what am I getting myself into here. haha but good glad to know you think it looks ok!

      Kristin you need to teach me your ways on the meditation thing, that is one thing I have always wanted to try/actually be able to do. That's so interesting about the number thing though, so you start at 87 and just count down? I'll have to try that and also super good to know about the magnesium. Kristin you've been so helpful, thank you!! Is the magnesium similar to melatonin sort of? I know I've been recommended melatonin before but never magnesium so I'm super curious. Thanks again Kristin!

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    2. Ahhh where to start on the meditation?! I've been doing it for almost 10 years now so it's super easy for me to slip into it. I started in high school because I was an insomniac and I figured if I couldn't sleep, I might as well relax and be productive. (Weird how I thought meditation was productive!) Essentially, a good rule is just to clear your head from all thoughts and focus on nothing and/or your breathing, which can be really hard. The goal (for me) was to zone out enough that I eventually fell asleep. There are also guided meditations (I'm sure you can find them on youtube) that I used at first - because it can be really hard to clear your mind so it can help to have something to focus on. A trick I do now (and this sounds so weird, but I swear, it helps) when I'm harping on something and can't let it go is to imagine my thoughts as something physical. A lot of people suggest thinking of the thought and then letting it go, but that doesn't always work for me... so what I do is I imagine my brain as a train station and my thoughts as trains and when I can't let go of something, I imagine it as a broken down train and I send little mechanics to "repair" the train so it can leave the station. IT SOUNDS SO WEIRD I KNOW. But yeah, it totally helps.

      So yeah, once you clear your mind, you just zone out and that's really all meditation is. So after I zone out, it would still take me awhile to fall asleep and then I heard of the counting trick from an author: I focus on breathing deeply and becoming aware of my breath, and then I could backwards until I fall asleep. I do it almost every night and I can't fall asleep without it. I get tons of energy at night and with a day job, I can't stay up all night - not that I necessarily want to. With old age comes early rising regardless of how much sleep I get ugh.

      So I know a couple people who use melatonin, but I've never tried it. It's similar in that it's a supplement and it makes you sleepy. :-) Magnesium is a vital mineral that we used to get through food but because of the way most larger farms that supply grocery stores are run, it's been depleted in the soil so most people (per the internet) are probably deficient. It doesn't make me sleepy (but that is a common side effect), but it definitely relaxes me and calms me down. It also works on the boyfriend - (I give it to him after he's had a hard day and comes home angry and yelling about people he's encountered; after about 5-10 minutes, he's reclining on the couch, asking me what movie I want to watch for the evening.)

      Yeah, this is probably superrrr long. Sorry. But you can email me if you have other questions or want to know about my weird habits. Good luck. :-)

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    3. We sound really similar, I have anxiety issues too which is why I think it would help but my problem is that I have anxiety with TIME and using it right and always being productive and blah, blah, blah, which is why I think meditation might be hard for me. But maybe if I think of it in a sense that it is a productive thing like you do it might help.

      Interesting about the magnesium too, I didn't realize that part about the soil thing, haha and that's awesome about your boyfriend, I feel like I definitely need to get some if not for me, for some people in my life. :) haha, thanks again Kristin. DO NOT APOLOGIZE, I seriously appreciate you for taking the time to tell me all this!

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  21. i just came across your blog and i'm drooling over this outfit! oh my i love it! your skirt is unreal. and your glasses are awesome. i love the whole thing.

    thelolajames.blogspot.com

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    1. Ok Julie I have to tell you. Reading your comments totally made my day, at first simply for the fact that you are SO nice. Holy cow, like what you said about my one lace dress?? Soo freaking sweet, thank you! And then I checked out your blog and your comments turned into pretty much my favorite of all time because girl, your blog is un.real! I'm serious, I definitely just read through your entire archives. haha (don't judge), I wish there were more! But I am definitely your newest follower and I'm so glad you commented so I could find your blog. Nice to officially "meet" you :)

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  22. This is just so cute, like everything you make! I love it! :D

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    1. Thanks Sonja! That's really nice of you to say, really thank you

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  23. Ok, can I tell you something? You are AWESOME!! I would love to learn how to do what you do,and you've got amazing style-incredible talent! And so inspiring! You've got to go into design...

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    1. Pearl you are SO freaking sweet, holy cow. It means a lot that you think I could go into Design. It's definitely something I'm considering (albeit hesitantly because you know, the whole starving artist thing.. haha) but really it means a lot that you would say that. Thank you :)

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  24. I love this skirt! So cute and great styling lady, totally fashion blog-worthy. For sleep, I usually try reading history if I'm really, really having a tough time. Find something that's pretty dry, not something that you'll actually get really into. Alternatively, Anna Karenina. It's a great book, but it's long, and filled with many descriptions. Or a nice ol' spot of Dickens. Sends me off into a good slumber most nights...

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    1. Thanks Sara! That's really sweet of you to say. Man I wish I was as cultured as that, I really need to get better at reading some of those classics. Have you seen the movie Anna Karenina? Came out last year I think. I actually haven't seen it but since you've read the book I thought I'd ask you which one you thought was better!

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  25. Haylee, I am completely in looooove with this whole look! Pinning, sharing, floral pattern skirts are going on my wishlist. I don't know if I'll look as good as you in them though. Haha. You have hands of gold.

    Toodles,
    Tammy<3

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    1. Tammy you always leave the sweetest comments, thank you so much cute girl!

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  26. You are so adorable. This is one of my favorite things you have made to day, it flatters you so well! New experiences? Cooking. I thought I was a good cook, especially after seeing what my roommates knew. But, no. I'm awful. I knew I should have gone to BYU to take a homemaker class (;

    As for the insomniac, when you find out. Let me know. I've watched five seasons of Gossip Girl, all of Breaking Bad, One Tree Hill, and the list is growing rapidly. I am always back and forth about Netflix. Curse or blessing?
    Have a great week! (:

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    1. Ahh Mikayla thank you so much for telling me this! I was super hesitant to post it actually so it means a heck of a lot to me for you to say that.
      That's awesome you've been learning how to cook! That's definitely something I could afford learning how to do. What have you been learning to make?
      And oh my gosh Mikayla!! We are the same person, seriously Gossip Girl, Breaking Bad, those have been my night these last few weeks. Thankfully I'm not yet done with either of them but I'll have to check out One Tree Hill when I do. That has Chad Michael Murray in it right? That's always a good reason to watch it I say. :) ha I was watching Cinderella Story today while I sewed and was reminded of how big of a crush I had on him when I was little. :)

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  27. Haylee, I love this skirt. That that pocket was hard but you were patient and worked it out. You amaze me what you try and accomplish. I do really like this skirt. I love that you sew.

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    1. Thanks mom :) I love that you taught me in the first place.

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    1. Thanks Lelie! Such a cute name by the way, I love how you spell it.

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  29. This is my favorite article lately. It is really beautiful and I love-love the print.

    Insomnia, I know you well. Lately I've been taking a bath at 4am and that seems to help but that is because my body is aching from pregnancy so it might not work normally...

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    1. Thanks Ang! I'm sorry you relate with the insomnia thing. :( I'm sure especially when you're pregnant it's the worst because it's like your body is already going through so many different things. This is sort of off topic but I have to tell you, Mom told me about how June just says "Ang, Ang" over and over again when she wakes up and I was literally DYING. haha that is seriously the cutest thing I've ever heard, I can totally see her doing just that.

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  30. Cute skirt, love the colours! I know what you mean about Burdastyle instructions, they are the reason a half made jacket has been on my ironing board for nearly 6 months. I recently tried a fully lined dress, usually I only do the bodice or skirt respectively.

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    1. Man well I'm glad to know I'm not the only one! That's how my last Burda Style coat was, it seriously took me like half a year to complete. ha it sucks though because they have SUCH cute patterns.
      Thanks by the way cute girl!

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  31. You're the sweetest thing I've ever seen, you're so white and cute, you look like a little princess hahaha, I found you through Lookbook and honestly I thought that your style was really simple but there was something that caught my attention, I don't know if it was your smile or that you always look so bubbly but it got me here to your blog and thank God I read it because it made me understood you and your style so much better. You sew everything that you wear and that Miss deserves a prize. Even though your pieces aren't to risky or "fashion forward" I consider them beautiful and elegant and they look amazing on you which is the most important thing, I'm a fashion designer and it cost me a little time to get the skill to make clothes so finding a person like you that sews for fun and just does it with patterns that you see in other blogs or that you find online it's just breathtaking for me, so CONGRATULATIONS, I think that you should pursue a career in the fashion industry because I see a good future for you. You could be the next Carolina Herrera.

    Kisses from Venezuela ;)

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    1. My goodness Dubraska this was the nicest comment ever, thank you so much! It means so much to me that you would tell me that, let alone take the time to do so in the first place. Really thanks so much.
      Also PS I'm super jealous you're a fashion student. Man I so wish I was you! Are you studying Fashion Design or what are you majoring in? Seriously so cool, ahh and I'm no Carolina Herrera but you saying that is SO freaking cool, thank you!!

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    2. I take time to write comments when people really deserve it and I thought you deserve more than just a comment, you deserved a whole lotta love hahaha. I finished my studies last year, according to my diploma I'm just a "fashion designer" but I really like street wear so I think I might try to head in that direction in the future, maybe go to another country and take some courses regarding that but I'm still saving money to fulfill that dream, right now I'm just working on creating my line of casual dresses and to have fun sewing, that's it!

      PS: NO updates recently? Booo, I wanna see what beautiful things you're making :)

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  32. wow. you're amazing! mostly, your skirt really just makes me miss summer.

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  33. Girl I am right there with you! I am missing short-skirt season like no other.
    Thanks for commenting on my blog by the way Lydia because I'm super excited to have found yours! I've been looking through your archives for like the past half hour I swear. haha, I really love your blog!

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  34. Such a cute skirt! From the first picture I thought that the fabric was metallic and I got crazy super excited... Turned out it wasn't but hey it's still the cutest pencil skirt I've ever seen... You should totally come teach me how to sew... Or just sew me clothing ;) *sends measurements in the mail*

    xoxo,
    Maddie
    www.sequinandchic.com

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    1. It actually sort of is in a super subtle way, like it's super shiny at least, I don't know does that count? haha but thanks so much Maddie! And girl ANY time, for real come to Utah and I will teach you any day! :) Though maybe I'll just have to come visit you instead because LONDON, ahh so jealous right now. Seriously what a cool opportunity!

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  35. Miss these photo shop days.......

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