I got this fabric...
and cut these bits
and it turns out I am a bit of a spaz when it comes to all things wavy! You know there are just somethings in this world that aren't ment to be and this was one of them!
I think the problem may have been that some of my waves were a little too ambitious, and at this point I will admit I am not the best at following instrcutions. What was that? oh, you want me to say it a little louder? Ok. I am not the best at following instructions.
So today I learnt an all important
Here is the pic for those of you wondering what a bra quilt top thing looks like.
So for the moment I have waved bye to the waves and went a googling, and I found this bandana skirt tutorial from V and Co. What perfect timing! This month, Canteen have been selling bandanas to rasie for money for teenagers with cancer. This happens every year and with three girls we now have a little collection. And every year I think "that would make a cool quilt or something or other" And every year I do ... nothing. This year I turned this...
into this (well not quite Miss S had to keep that one on her head)
And all I had to do was read the instrustions!
All spured on, I churned out these for Miss J (my little enviro warrior), I like the hearts, don't really fancy the enviro skirt.
and this for Miss E, a mini version of Miss J's (wow look at that size difference!)
Miss S wasn't left out and is the proud owner of what she calls the "pirate skirt."
Bye for now