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March 18, 2009

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mary

ooo, I love them both. Very sweet.

joan

Oh my goodness, too cute! You have an excellent eye period! What else do you have in that pretty little head of yours? =-)

julie

You are my sewing hero...turning something thrifted into something so pretty (love the photography too).

Ashley

wish they were my size~ :)

Amy

I love them! What are your sources for vintage linens?

lera

Those are my kind of projects, too. In fact, I'm wearing one of my pillowcase skirts.

Very sweet, Chris. I think Spenser needs some. (Well, maybe not *need,* but you know what I mean.)

nikki

Those are adorable! I love your duvet too. So sweet.

erin

they are absolutely adorable.
next one - elastic thread the waist - about 5 rows, 1/4" apart. trust me.

Katie

Love them! She will wear them well too! Soo cute. I think the blue and white is my fav! So Spring-y!

aunt fashionista

Hey sis! Those skirts are awesome! I love the blue one especially...good job!

pretty momma

I am at your house all the time, I can't go without talking to you for very long, and I would say that I know you pretty well, yet you STILL never cease to amaze me!!! I love EVERYTHING you do Yellow Belle!!

Chris

They are so vintagie and lovely! How did you do the roll hem? Any interest in a little bitty tutorial for your non-roll-hemming fans? I love the look of these skirts and the pictures even show that washed softness of old pillowcases.

dana

I'm seriously drooling over that blue skirt! Wow. Tooo cute. I need to find some thrifted sheets or curtains....
Beautiful photographs too!

Puva

Awesomely sweet! (:

Daniela

I love these skirts! They have a spring allure!!
Very nice, you should sell them! :-)

Elaine

De-lurking to say that I love those skirts, especially the blue one. I almost wish my girls were young enough again to make them some!

Pat

The trim makes them special and unique. When my mother made me a skirt, what I remember is the trim and how much I liked it. The skirts are darling.

Lisa

i could never come up with that idea on my own. super cute. my girls would love those skirts!

beki

oh yes, i love them both!!

Beth

So precious. I really like the blue one!

Carrie

You are the queen of pillowcase design! I love them both...especially the blue one. It's perfect for spring.

Kristena

Oh my! I love these!!! Especially the blue one. So darling.

katie

these are so great. i love this idea.

Erin

these are so sweet! you have such a great eye for using those thrift shop finds. i always want to make a run to goodwill after reading your blog! by the way, good job on the paint in fidge's room in the post below. *wink*

Carolyn

So beautiful!

The 6 O'Clock Stitch

Oh, those are just darling and you can't beat the price! So nice to meet you.

Warm wishes
6 O'Clock

Elizabeth

Oh my! How beautiful! I definitely think you should sell these at a local boutique. I would buy one. I guess I might need a little one to dress first, but you know what I mean. Looks like you are feeling better. So glad! Have a great day! liz

Liz

I have a similar blue and white pillowcase. It was going to be a dress, but I love how your skirt turned out!

Pink and Green mama

This is SO SWEET!! I've been dying to make pillow case dresses for my girls but my oldest is now too tall. I think she'll need a skirt (or 4) for this summer. Thanks for sharing. I love the lace detail -- it's darling.

Shannon

Oh I just love this for so many reasons. I am a thrifted linens junkie and I am always trying to figure out a good way to use them. This is perfect since i have two little pumpkins to sew for. Great ideas and wonderful work!

Traci

Love them both, but the blue one is just so beautiful. Simple and beautiful -that's my style too.

alexandra

so lovely!

sarah

the sweetest!

Sarah

They are so sweet. What a gorgeous idea.

Karyn

These skirts are just "too cute" What a great idea! I have seen the pillow case dresses but never thought of a skirt! I love to sew but you know, I just don't find that many women who can sew anymore. It is so exciting to find a group of ladies out there in "blogger land" who have the same interests ! Love your new picture of the roses, they are just lovely. Have a fabulous weekend!

Karyn

brenda

Just found your blog. I love those skirts.

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