|Goodwill find. |
Great when it was snowing.
Useless now in this heat.
Lisa @ www.mabeyshemadeit.com
and Lisa also @ www.thismabeyheaven.wordpress.com
I also opted to cut along the seam instead of using a seam ripper. I rather liked the look of keeping the seams along the side of the panel. Nice outlining effect.
Lisa wasn't kidding when she said the hardest part was stitching a straight line in the back and avoid puckering. Took a few trips through the sewing machine, but its straight now.
I also kept the bottom edges "raw" and didn't hem. I have several "pre-pregnancy" skirts that have this same effect. I like it.
|ahhhhh, so much better now. my legs can breath|
|hopefully after the pregnancy I'll have a post |
on how to convert maternity skirts/pants
to regular skirts/pants