|Donation skirt promo photo on my theme doll (tan dolls) by Chinalilly.|
|Art by Romina Galotta|
|Skirts in progress! This is not even half of my donation!|
This is by far the biggest BlytheCon donation that I have ever undertaken. I am so happy to have the enthusiastic support and sewing assistance from Jen Furman. And Christine Kennison was so kind to provide financial support. This help from my friends really made the project feasible.
|Here's the skirt in a soft, vintage floral. |
I paired it with an angora, cream, fitted sweater.
The pattern for the sweater is available in my shop.
I think these skirts are super cute! They will go with lots of tops and can work in a mix and match wardrobe. I am providing the pattern, so that everyone can have some fun leading up to the convention. And those who may not be able to attend can make a skirt for themselves. So let's get creative!
|My Kenner wears her skirt out of the BlytheCon Seattle |
exclusive print by Dr. Blythenstein, available here.
Here's my pattern. It's a pdf, and there is a guide on it to check for scale. You should print it without scaling.
And here are my instructions. It's another separate pdf. You can download and read along or print them out, whatever works for you.
|Here the skirt is paired with a sailor top and hat. |
The hat pattern is available on my blog. Bear by Cindy Sowers.
Edit: Since a lot of people seem to be having trouble accessing the directions, I am going to put them all in another post. Coming right up next.