Clearly, the Modkid Julia is way cute, and I love it! I sewed a couple Julia skirts in a size 3 a couple years back, and they were BIG and technically still fit Camden, but I passed them on to her wee friend up in Vancouver, as I was all, "Dude, I can make you another."
|Awww! In her Aneela Hoey fabric and Magical sweater!|
I did a size 5, just to get more use out of it, pretending that I didn't know it's so BIG. I should have done a size 4, but whatevs. It's fun, and I love it.
I had a brain fart, for lack of a cooler expression, when I was attaching the casing for the twill tape. I asked in the Modkid group, and Patty and someone else were quick to answer. As always, I'm a nutjob and actually realized I should start reading directions, aha! Problem solved, I forged ahead, and all was naturally well.
Not much to say about the pattern itself. Again, it's easy and quick enough, instructions are great, and you can have a lot of fun with the fabrics. I used a dotted sateen for the underskirt (I mentioned in the last post, I believe, that Superbuzzy has it on sale!)
So, there you have it! Fun skirt, happy girl, all is well!!!
|She likes the porch pose, aha!|