Hi everyone! I’m happy so many of you enjoyed my latest sewing projects. And as I promised, I have a little something special up my sleeves for you. Well, in my pockets, I guess!
If you’d like to learn more about how I did the pockets on my vintage skirt, then pop on over to Lucky Lucille for my guest post today. I adore Rochelle and was thrilled to contribute to her fabulous blog while she’s doing a WWII reenactment. It’s not exactly in a true tutorial form, but I talked about everything I did to create those fun pockets so many of you loved, so you can try it out if you’d like, too.
Go check out my guest post! (And thanks, Rochelle!)
Jessica Cangiano says
How delightfully exciting! Ever since your brought her stellar blog to my attention (re: wigs), I’ve been thoroughly hooked, and truly have to thank you, Tasha, for the introduction.
Miss Crayola Creepy says
I’m happy to hear this because I am in love with those pockets!!!
Great tutorial! Just checked it out! 😉
Awesome! I loved these pockets when you posted this skirt. I am about to start a skirt which I may need to make these pockets for. They are so adorable!
Fabulous! I just love those pockets and it’s a great idea to make them interchangeable!
Meg the Grand says
This is wonderful! Thanks for sharing with all of us!