I got the idea on how to make the skirt here: http://www.savvyseams.com/clothing/jeanskirt.php
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I love that skirt!ReplyDelete
I've heard of people doing this and it's a good way to recycle your clothing. Oh, thank you for following the Modest Blends blog. If you'd like, feel free to stop by my personal blog (Footprints in the Sand.) Have a great day!ReplyDelete
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Very pretty! Love it!ReplyDelete
Hi, Ashley - I'm Melanie A/Elinor Dashwood's older sister. She recommended me to look at your blog, so I finally have. :)ReplyDelete
This skirt of yours is amazing!! :P So cute and creative. :)
Thank you for this wonderful post, and thank you for be apart of the Feelin' Feminine blogroll. This article has been selected for our Bosom Friends column this month! You can find it here http://feelinfeminine.com/?p=2362ReplyDelete
This is a cool idea!ReplyDelete
Aw, thanks ladies!ReplyDelete
It looks like you did the "two panel" method, rather than 4 panels. I have an abundance of jean skirts, but I may just have to do this so I have a shorter skirt to wear with boots. Thanks!ReplyDelete