Give Away Day

The lovely folks at Sewmamasew have initiated a Give Away Day and I jumped at the chance to take part.

All you need to do to take part in my give away is to tell me what you think of the shabby chic skirt I designed for my little girl below as I was thinking of making a pattern for it to be posted here


The winner will receive a lovely stash that will allow you to make the tote in my free Tote Bag Tutorial.  You will receive 1/2m each of the lining and exterior fabric plus buttons, thread and ric rac (the buttons & ric rac can be added to the bag for decoration if so desired).

The competition will run until 25th May and is open to anybody 🙂

Good luck!

This competition is now closed. The winner will be announced shortly.

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252 Responses to Give Away Day

  1. wordygirl says:

    Pretty skirt–very summery!

    Thanks for the giveaway.

  2. Jo says:

    The skirt looks fun! My 7yo daughter would love twirling around in something like that! A tutorial would be fantastic! I’d love to enter your giveaway! Thanks.

  3. wendy says:

    I might be being thick, but I can’t see a skirt?

  4. Weeza says:

    I think the skirt looks beautiful! I hope your little girl has a lot of fun wearing it 🙂

  5. Leila says:

    I think your skirt is cute, I have a boy and hardly ever get to sew girly pink stuff so I’m pretty easy to please. Have fun with this give away day!

  6. Shola says:

    Love it, the kind of pattern I would pick up to make for my DD!

  7. Such a pretty twirly skirt! I wish I knew a little girl so I could have an excuse make things like this 🙂

  8. Asta says:

    Love the skirt and the colours are so cute. It also be so easily turbed into a summer dress. Such beautiful and versitile design.

  9. Gina says:

    I *love* that skirt! It is adorable!! A pattern would be wonderful 😉

  10. Michell says:

    The skirt looks devine

  11. trash says:

    My daughter would have LOVED that when she was little. The contrast handkerchief hem is a great idea.

  12. LisaT says:

    Id love to make the bag. And I concur, I dont make clothing but the skirt is definitely very pretty.

  13. Doina says:

    Great giveaway! Please count me in!

  14. Martina says:

    Lovely skirt! Looks very sweet! Sadly my girl is already to tall to wear it!LOL!

  15. I think that skirt is adorable!! I bet your daughter is adorable in it. Thanks for sharing.

  16. helen wright says:

    my little girl would love the skirt! v twirly!

  17. Love the fabric! I love finding UK craft/sewing bloggers! You’re welcome to sign up for my SMS giveaway at SewHappyGeek blog 🙂

  18. Dianne Lovelock says:

    I love it – no girls (yet) but I do have 5 nieces that I can sew for! A pattern would be great!

  19. Patty D says:

    Very cute. My girls are now too big to wear something that sweet. Thanks for chance to win

  20. Jan May says:

    Loving the skirt – particularly the waistline. Never mind little girls… This big girl would like the pattern for herself. Quite delightful xx

  21. Sara says:

    That’s a lovely little skirt. 🙂

    Would love a chance to win this, the tote is super cute!

  22. sydthewyd says:

    The skirt is adorable – like a little fairy princess skirt 🙂

  23. Millie says:

    I’ll bet hat little girls would love this skirt!

  24. Victoria says:

    Wow lovely skirt, love the roses, a tutorial would be fantastic.

  25. Andi says:

    I think the skirt is cute! I love that you used two different fabrics, and especially like the lace at the top!

  26. sarah says:

    The skirt is gorgeous – I’d love to make it for my little girls! It would be great to win the tote bag ingredients too.

  27. Ninu says:

    skirt looks perfect for summer ans so much girly!
    Thanks for the oppurtunity!

  28. Nabiha says:

    lovely skirt…my 2 yer old daughter would look gorgeous in it!

  29. byrney says:

    Oh that skirt is gorgeous…my little girl would love the twirly-ness of it… (Thanks for the chance to win :-).)

  30. Katie says:

    Cute skirt. Looks like it would be good to twirl in!

  31. Linda says:

    I think the skirt is sweet and any little girl would love it. I bet it twirls nicely! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  32. I love the skirt – my daughter would look so pretty in it. It looks really easy to get on and off too (essential when dressing little ones); and you can use lots of different fabrics to use up your stash!

  33. Kathy says:

    The skirt is adorable. I LOVE the fabric for the tote! Thanks for the giveaway!

  34. Donna Baker says:

    cute skirt! love the ‘tea’ fabric and would love to win it – thanks for the giveaway!

  35. Alexis says:

    lovely girly twirly skirt! thanks for the giveaway,

  36. Maman A Droit says:

    Skirts like that make me hope I have a daughter someday (I have a son so far but we’re hoping for lots of younger siblings…and I’ll be perfectly happy if they’re all boys…but I’ll have to make cute pink things like this for my nieces if they are!!)

  37. Sarah says:

    Love the skirt, very fun, and I bet it twirls nicely! Thanks for the chance to win!

  38. isabel f. says:

    beautiful skirt 🙂
    please count me in!

  39. That skirt is fabulous! I know both of my daughters would love it, hope, hope, hope you do post that pattern! 😉

  40. Dee says:

    I love the skirt! And I’d love to make some for my little girl!

  41. Norine says:

    The skirt is super cute. I wish I had a little girl to make one for (I have a little boy who is not into wearing skirts).
    Thanks for the giveaway:)

  42. Tawny says:

    Awesome skirt! It would look really cute using upcycled materials. It would really be shabby chic and I love working with recycled materials. 🙂

  43. Donna B. says:

    My daughter would love the heck out of that skirt. It would be equally as fabulous in bold prints rather than shabby-chic style, I think!

  44. Skooks says:

    LOVE the skirt pattern! I could see this on my daughter for sure. Lovely giveaway, thanks for hosting!


  45. Kelly P says:

    I love the skirt. My 3 year old would twirl for hours in it, so I’m going to keep checking back to see if you put up the tutorial yet! 🙂 Thanks for the giveaway!

  46. Katie says:

    Cute skirt! I think all little girls would love it 🙂

  47. Michele says:

    Hi Claudette,
    I like the shabby chic skirt you made and the colors. I wonder if it can be made to fit an adult?

  48. Sarah says:

    Lovely skirt … I think that the pattern would also be really cute in a darker / plainer fabric on the outside with hints of a fun fabric for the lining (like denim with a pink and green paisley) … then again I think I’d want that for myself!

  49. Gill says:

    Gorgeous! I think any little girl would be thrilled to receive it!

  50. Rae says:

    I wish I were creative enough to design, but I can follow direction.

  51. Amber Murray says:

    love the skirt, you should make a pattern.

  52. Dorte says:

    Oooh, my 4-year old niece would spin around the house for hours in that skirt!

  53. Adeela says:

    That skirt is adorable! I would love to win!

  54. Stephanie says:

    The skirt is darling! If you do make a pattern for it, I’d love to see an adult version too!

  55. Emma says:

    That skirt is lovely, I have no little girls to make clothes for, but I’d love a tutorial if I did!

  56. Stacy says:

    So cute! Very fun.

  57. I love the skirt! Thanks for the chance to win.

  58. Rebecca says:

    I love the points on the skirt… it gives it a fairy feel, and it looks like it would be good for twirling (which at our house is always a plus). Thank you for the chance to win… the fabric for the bag is so cute. I love the little teapots!

  59. I love that skirt! I looks “twirly”, which is what my daughter calls a skirt that flies up when she spins around really fast. They’re her favorite kind!
    Love that bag too. Adorable teapots on the fabric, and I’m a sucker for polka-dots 🙂

  60. karen says:

    I know my daughter would have loved it. Now no more, she’s 14. They don’t wear skirts anymore at that age. I’m sure you’re sweetheart will look great in it. A little pink top on it and her favorite shoes and she’s ready to party. Love the fabric you’ve used.

  61. Rachel M says:

    OMGosh! I think that skirt is so adorable! Love it! Thanks for the chance to win the goodies! 🙂

  62. semiorganizedchaos says:

    i’d love a chance to win! i love the skirt… i think either one of my daughters would adore it!

  63. Megan Schacht says:

    Love the skirt! Would be precious on my little one! The tote bag is awesome too…I’m a teacher and LOVE totes. Thanks for the giveaway.

  64. Anne says:

    The skirt is adorable! Love the big print paired with the small-scale companion. The handkerchief hem is charming for little girls and has that fun twirl factor!

  65. Deborah says:

    G’Day! I’m here for the Sew, Mama, Sew Giveaway Day! Please visit me, too:

    Homemaker Honey
    homemakerhoney @gmail .com

  66. Sonja Mawson says:

    I love the rose print, it looks fun for a llittle girl twirling around

  67. Jenna says:

    Even though I don’t personally like shabby chic, I think the skirt is adorable. Maybe I should rethink some shabby chic, huh? Also looks like a really fun bag to make.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    jmhamlin826 AT yahoo DOT com

  68. Caren says:

    That is a really cute skirt. How long is it designed to be? Would it be able to be a mother/daughter skirt? (you know – so me and my 19 month old could be cute and matchy matchy!) Is it difficult to make? I like the way you match the fabrics, too.
    I’m currently in the mood to make a tote – I’ve made a few, but always for others. I think it may be time to make one for myself – for hauling around my sewing projects!

  69. cathy says:

    love the wee skirt and the giveaway is great!

  70. Jingle says:

    The skirt is really cute! I love the hem cut! Very fun! jinglesells at gmail dot com

  71. I might not make the tote, but I would love that fabric/notions!

  72. Angela says:

    Cute skirt- to bad my 10 year old is too tomboy to wear it! But we’re both readers and the tote would turn them green with envy at the library.

  73. Megan says:

    I love the skirt and know a certain 15 month old little girl who would look darling in it!!

  74. bonnie says:

    my grand daughter would love the skirt

  75. Melissa says:

    I love the skirt. It looks like it would be great to twirl in.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  76. Em Komiskey says:

    The skirt is lovely. Looks great for twirling, which is very VERY important, you know.

  77. deb says:

    The skirt is delightful, I’m sure my Miss Two would love to twirl in it!!

  78. marta says:

    Fun skirt! I hope to have a little girl to sew for someday. But for now I’m loving dressing my baby boy up like a little man…plaid shirts and all! 😉

  79. Cath says:

    love the ways it’s made of different fabrics. Just the job for all the ones that need using up

  80. amy says:

    I think the skirt is great. Nice and piecey and good for twirling. My little one would pull that lace off the top, though. Thanks for the giveaway.

  81. jen says:

    love that skirt! when you get to pattern testing I’ll be keeping my eye on your blog!

  82. Christie S. says:

    I love the choice in fabric for the bag.

  83. IreneB says:

    This skirt was beautiful:-)

  84. Rebecca says:

    I love the skirt! I will be checking back to see if you put up a tutorial. =]

    I love the fabrics and trimmings you’ve offered for the giveaway!

    Thank you for the chance to win!
    searchingoutsimple at comcast dot net

  85. Limor says:

    I love the fabrics and I think that lace at the waist is a wonderful touch.

    Limor477 at aol dot com

  86. oohh i like the skirt – very cute. Lovely fabrics too

  87. Cynthia says:

    That skirt is just darling! Would love it for my grandaughter and I will be back to see if there is a pattern for it.

  88. Louise says:

    I love it! I’m 31, do you think your pattern would fit me?!

  89. Brennen says:

    I love totes! And I love kitchen themed prints! What a perfect giveaway package. Thanks for the chance to win. 🙂

  90. Juile says:

    Love the skirt! Thanks for the giveaway!

  91. Krystal says:

    The skirt looks very twirly which is quite important in our house. One thing I wish more skirts had however is attached shorts to keep things modest when all the twirling begins.

  92. vicki says:

    that skirt is so cute!

  93. That skirt would be adorable for any little girl who loves to twirl around! It should be made into a pattern!

    rachaelroyce [at] gmail [dot] com 🙂


  94. Staci says:

    The skirt is darling-guaranteed to make a little girl feel like a princess! I loved sewing clothes for my children when they were small, and your skirt looks like a fast fun project.
    Thank you for participating in Giveaway Day!

    • Jenny Benton says:

      You KNOW what we will all say! The skirt looks great and any little girl will love it! Thanks for the chance to win.

      You KNOW what we will all say! The skirt looks great and any little girl will love it. Thanks for the chance.

  95. Yamie says:

    OOh – that skirt is stunning. My god-daughter would love it and look really cute too!
    Keeping my fingers crossed.

  96. Andrea says:

    I really like the bottom of the skirt and I am excited to come back and see a tutorial for it!!! I have a neice I would love to make one for 🙂


  97. penny says:

    I think the skirt is lovely! It looks so fun and summery I am sure she will love it!

  98. wk says:

    it’s a lovely skirt. I would probably remove that ruffle from the waist (cause I don;t like when waist is bulky), but everything else is great! Great fabrics 🙂

  99. Pam says:

    The skirt is adorable. I would love to find the time to make some for my granddaughters.

  100. Janet says:

    Very pretty skirt. Your daughter is lucky that her mama sews for her! Thanks for a chance to win your giveaway.

  101. Abby says:

    I love the skirt, it’s so perfect for a little girl 🙂
    Also love the fabric you’re giving away! Very lovely!

  102. The fabric for that skirt is so pretty, and I think a little girl would have fun wearing it. Can’t wait until my girl is big enough to twirl!

  103. Patty says:

    My 13 yr. old daughter would not enjoy the skirt but her 5 yr. old self would have loved it!

  104. stephanie says:

    Don’t take this the wrong way, but I would rather win the skirt for my daughter. Does that tell you how much I like the skirt. I do hope you post the pattern for it, it is just lovely. The bag is nice too. 😉

  105. Becky says:

    I love how you laid out the fabric for the skirt. It’s lovely!

  106. the sewing dork says:

    That’s a great skirt design! I would love to be the winner of some U.K. goodness.

  107. Thank you for the great giveaway.

    atchisonsteph at gmail dot com

    I love anything shabby chic. The skirt looks like a little fairy skirt. It’s wonderful.

  108. camelama says:

    I like the different layers (or layered look?) on the skirt. I always wanted more than one layer on my skirts, as a kid.

    Thanks for a great giveaway! Love the kit, that fabric is so me! 🙂

  109. Mom C says:

    Is that regular or stretchy lace at the waistband. Cute skirt.

  110. SewTara says:

    I’ve got 2 little boys but can tell you without a doubt that skirt is super fun!
    I love the way it hangs with the little points, super cute.

  111. ohangelina says:

    lovely. i’ve subscribed. x

  112. Ammie says:

    The skirt is darling. I really like the tiny floral print fabric that peeks out. Thanks for the giveaway. Your tote is really cute, too!
    ammieloris (at) hotmail (dot) com

  113. Erin says:

    That skirt looks ultra twirly! Something that my 3 year old daughter would absolutely love to wear, and something I would love to make for her. Cute tote as well!

  114. Annabel says:

    Oh definitely make a pattern for the skirt- what little girl wouldn’ty love one of those! I love the blue butons in your stash pack. bellgirlsblog[at]gmail[dot] com

  115. Jocelyn says:

    Great giveaway! The skirt is adorable. Thanks for participating in SMS Giveaway!

  116. lasirenaknits says:

    Love the butons!


  117. Page says:

    Thank you for a great giveaway! My email is izazbz at yahoo dot com. ~Paige

  118. Paula Shimmel says:

    That is an absolutely lovely skirt!!! What an amazing design, I’d buy the pattern.

  119. Chiska says:

    It’s a darling skirt! I love the colors and its shape.

  120. edamommy says:

    How cute – I think that’d be a lovely pattern to create! I can think of a few little girls that would really love that! Heck, make it big enough, me too. ^_- Twirly princess skirts are full of win.

  121. Valerie says:

    I love the skirt, perfectly twirly for for a little princess!

  122. Helena says:

    You have one very lucky little girl, who wouldn’t love to twirl around in that?? Very cute, making things like tht is certainly one of the fun parts of having a little girl. Thanks for the chance to win the materials!!

  123. Chelsea says:

    I have all boys so I am completely envious of your adorable skirt! Nicely done.

  124. Shaheen says:

    I like that skirt!
    Thank you for a great giveaway!

  125. Brittany Gale says:

    That skirt is absolutely gorgeous and I’m not just saying that. I love it. Thanks for the opportunity to win the stuff for the tote. It’s so cute.


  126. Kathy says:

    So adorable! Perfect in those fabrics.

  127. Missy says:

    I love that skirt and would love to learn how to make it! Thanks for the giveaway!

  128. Sara says:

    Sweet twirly skirt 🙂

  129. larissaesq says:

    I love a flouncy, summery skirt!

    larissaesq at gmail dot com

  130. Sharleen says:

    The skirt is so beautiful, love the fabric you used! and I would so love a tutorial to make it. thanks for the giveaway!

  131. Debra says:

    I love the bottom of the skirt!

  132. The shabby chic skirt you’ve made is so beautiful. Great choice of fabrics and what wonderful shape it has! Just last month I had a go at sewing my first dress for a soft toy I made, and I found it was tricky to make. So, I can certainly tell how much effort you’ve put into making this piece.

    And I think it’s just my luck that I’ve come across your blog offering the free tote bag tutorial. Just this morning I was thinking of how I’d love to make a tote bag myself, but I don’t have any patterns. Well, that’s all changed! 😀

    Thank you for an awesome giveaway (and an awesome blog!). Have a great day!

    Erin x

  133. Nina says:

    Lovely skirt! I have 2 boy so have no chance to do such kind of nice things:) Thank you!

  134. Madison says:

    Beautiful skirt. My nieces would love a skirt like that. I’ve never sewn a skirt so a tutorial would be very useful. The bag is of course beautiful and I would love the chance to make it.
    Madison xxx

  135. siobhan says:

    Hi, gorgeous little skirt it reminds me of Tinkerbell. Thanks for the giveaway 🙂

  136. Dianne says:

    Very cute and summery skirt. I like the way it is layered. Unfortunately I don’t have any girls but if I did I would definitely make something like this.

  137. radiya says:

    i like it .. would probably whip one up for my little girl if there is a pattern available

  138. hueisei says:

    Thanks for the generous giveaway!
    Lovely… I hope I am the lucky one..

  139. Violeta Petrova says:

    This skirt is so lovely! I have two boys, but hopefully I will have a girl myself to dress her in pretty skirts 🙂

    Thank you so much for this great prize!


  140. Rockgranny says:

    Very pretty skirt, but after GD we got two boys
    Thanks for a nice giveaway

  141. PEGGY says:

    Great giveaway! thanks for sharing and going the extra distant to follow some of our blogs 🙂

  142. Cat says:

    You make lovely things ! Thanks for sharing and for this great gifts ! (I can imagine myself sewing the tote…)
    c dot bolon at yahoo dot fr

  143. It looks girly and twirly and so fun. It also looks like perhaps it isn’t too difficult to make? I hope so, because I have a niece who would LOVE something like that so if the pattern becomes available, I’d love to try my hand at making one for her!

  144. lesley says:

    the skirt is gorgeous, my 5 year old girly girl would love it

  145. sangeetha says:

    It’s really cute – love it

  146. Lee says:

    Thank you for the giveaway. I love the skirt you made – too cute! Love the fabric for the tote. Thanks again!

  147. Patty says:

    That is an adorable skirt! I have at least one little girl who would love to wear one like that! make the pattern for it, please!

  148. Ana says:

    Love de skirt! I wish I had a little girl, but only boys on this side 🙂

  149. Tamara says:

    It looks like it would twirl well. (The most important characteristic for a little girl!)

  150. Theresa Nelson says:

    Love, love this skirt!! My daughter is almost 4 years old, and we are everything that has anything to do with pretty dresses, princesses, really anything pink and frilly will pass in her eyes. 🙂 Your skirt definitely fits into that category!

  151. Kat says:

    Beautiful skirt! I would love a tute/pattern 🙂
    And great giveaway too. Thanks for the chance to win!

  152. Shana Putnam says:

    LOVE the skirt. I wish I had a girl I would definitely want the pattern. Very pretty and feminine.

  153. Suzanne says:

    Love the skirt and would LOVE a tutorial! I got excited thinking it as the giveaway! DD would look adorable in it when she is a bit bigger! 🙂 Nice job!
    Thanks for the chance to win the makes for a bag!
    Suzanne dot Jourdan at

  154. Linda Rumsey says:

    Lovely skirt. Shame my daughter lives in jeans! Any girly girl will adore it!

  155. yes please. That skirt is too cute, and I have 2 little girls to sew for. I am a new follower so that I can come back and see the tutorial!

  156. I love this skirt so cute and different from a lot of the other skirts I have seen out there. I have two nieces I would love to sew this for!


  157. Shirley says:

    It’s pink! It looks like it would twirl nicely. I like that it has two layers.

  158. Jacy says:

    HOw fun! Thanks for the chance to win!
    jacy468 at aim dot com

  159. Meagan says:

    It is a lovely skirt! 🙂 So summery! (is that a word? lol)
    What a lovely giveaway! Hope I win ::Crossing fingers::
    Check out my giveaway (Apron):
    I love networking with other woman who like to sew!

  160. nicole says:

    Cuuuuuuute!!!! any girl would love twirling in that skirt!!!

    thanks for the giveaway!
    email in profile
    nicmowat (at) gmail (dot) com

  161. My daughter’s would love that skirt, so I say it’s great! Thanks for the giveaway!

  162. My daughter would love that skirt (actually I would love that skirt!)

  163. NiinaMaria says:

    The pattern is very good.

  164. Kari says:

    I love the bottom of the skirt. I would only maybe change to make a small drop waist so that there is less bulk around the waist. My daughter would love a skirt like that. It looks like it is for a fairy, so I would make her a green one just like Tinkerbell.

  165. Robin Chapa says:

    I love the skirt! I have twin girls…. I’d love to make them those skirts, they’d be coordinating, not “matching” but so so so cute!

  166. Lauren says:

    what a great tote! I’d love to make one, thanks for the giveaway and the tutorials!

  167. Jessica says:

    Love the skirt! I’d make it for my daughter if you posted the tutorial 🙂 Thanks for the chance!

  168. Taleah says:

    I love the skirt! it’s so summery and cute 🙂 I’d love to see the pattern!

  169. Heathery says:

    I love the waistband on the skirt!
    myheehaw at hotmail dot com

  170. Catherine says:

    I love those buttons

  171. Elisha says:

    Ooh, I love the fabric choices on the tote bag!


  172. Holly U says:

    That’s a very sweet skirt! My toddler son would surely try it on if it were possible, much to my husband’s chagrin. 🙂

  173. tolmema says:

    I made a dress similar to that for my little girl’s first birthday 🙂 I think yours is quite cute! Very summery, fun, and flowy – perfect for a little girl!

  174. Ramona says:

    I think the skirt is so adorable. Little girls love to twirl around. Wish my girls were still little enough for me to make them one.

  175. Liz says:

    The skirt is amazing, I would love to make one for my daughter! Good luck with the pattern!

  176. I love how feminine (and PINK) the skirt is.

    🙂 Sheila

  177. moralia says:

    I absolutely ***LOVE*** the skirt & would love a tutorial on it! I have 3 girls and I know they’d love it!! 🙂 I’m going to sub to your blog in hopes that you post a tuorial! 🙂

    Oh!! Great giveaway too! 🙂

  178. Sandy says:

    The skirt is perfect for warm summer days!

  179. Amy says:

    So cute..I wish I had a little girl to sew for:)

  180. Pam says:

    Love the skirt. My granddaughter would love it too. Thanks for the opportunity

  181. RobynK says:

    I’m not a pink person but that doesn’t detract from the fact that I like the design. Very feminine and I bet it twirls beautifully when it’s worn – all little girls should have at least one twirly skirt :). Love the lace on the waistband.

  182. Stacey says:

    I love your skirt…I would love to learn to make that for my niece and my 10 month old daughter. Thanks!

  183. Sherry Jagels says:

    I love the skirt, i bet any little girl would.

  184. Elizabeth says:

    Ooh! I love the inner fabric of the skirt. It looks like between the elasticized top and the larger bottom half, it’ll flare out nicely when she twirls! (And really, isn’t that the best part of skirts?)

    I also adore the outside fabric for the tote bag. Talk about a fun bag to bring to pick up groceries! It’s fun, practical, and earth-friendly too!

  185. Chacoy says:

    I love how it is not straight at the bottom. It makes it flirty and oh so fun!
    Thank you for the opportunity;}

  186. Crystal says:

    Oh the blue and cream looks so elegant! Beautiful!

  187. Kristi Tollison says:

    Your skirt is beautiful! I would love for you to post a tutorial so I could make some for my girls!

  188. Susan Hahaj says:

    Your little skirt is so pretty! Thanks too for such a great giveaway! Susan

  189. Joyce Mosby says:

    The skirt is lovely. My grand daughter would love a t.wirly skirt like that

  190. Jan J says:

    Your skirt is lovely! Any girl would love to have one just like it! I sew for many little rescued girls so I’ll be watching for your tutorial!
    Thanks for the chance to enter your giveaway, too.

  191. Wow that skirt is pretty!

    Thanks for the chance.

  192. Glenda says:

    Your little girl’s skirt is so pretty and feminine and is so summery. Love the bag also.

  193. Becky says:

    That skirt is adorable! It looks very twirly! And we know all girls love twirling, right?

    Thanks for the chance to win – the tote tutorial is nice!

  194. karen p. says:

    the skirt is very sweet! I know my daughter would like it.

  195. lyn lewis says:

    Its a smashing skirt. there are some thats style for 8 – 18 sizes, about 30+” long in a brochure I picked up by Joe Bloggs I think they are called, so reckon it would be the height of fashion to boot! Good luck!

  196. Dennis says:

    I think any little girl would love to have and wear that skirt. I think you should make a pattern . Thanks for the giveaway.

  197. Nancy Sue says:

    I love your tutorial. It’s like we all won a prize 🙂

  198. wanda spain says:

    The skirt is one that an girl would love to wear or have. It would be nice to make an adult skirt, I know when the girls were smaller, they loved to wear the same as mom. The skirt would look great even on an adult. I like the name of your site. I have three parrots, a blue and gold macaw, a yellow collar macaw, and a quaker parrot. I love all three. Thanks for the chance to win, and thanks for taking part.

  199. Carla G says:

    Very cute skirt! I like the contrasting fabric points on the bottom. I wish I had a little girl to make skirts for. Love the tote & fabric! Thanks for a great giveaway! 🙂

  200. Jess S. says:

    Skirt is gorgeous lovely colours, thanks for the chance to win!

  201. 64colorbox says:

    I was hoping the skirt was the giveaway because it looks like something I would wear.

    anna [at] 64colorbox [dot] com

  202. Kristin Orth says:

    I think it’s an adorable skirt! Thanks for a chance to win!

  203. Renee G says:

    Love the fabric you used. I’d love to see pictures of it on your daughter. I’m sure it’s darling on.

  204. lorraine says:

    nice giveaway! thanks

  205. Jo says:

    I love the skirt! Very cute.

    jo.tee35 AT gmail DOT com

  206. Rifaa says:

    I can totally picture my twirly girly twirling around in this super fun skirt. And I’d love a chance to win the tote bag materials! (I miss England, and tea 😦 )

  207. Amanda says:

    The skirt is adorable!

  208. I love the skirt. Super cute!

  209. Sarah says:

    love the bottom of the skirt – you should make a pattern! thanks for the giveaway.

  210. ashley says:

    I think its lovely- I love the lace waist detail.

    rascarborough (at) gmail (dot) com

  211. Shayla Sharp says:

    Lovely skirt–I’d even want one (in my size of course!). 🙂

  212. Karyn Ashley-Smith says:

    LOVE the skirt! Please do post the pattern…it’s FUN! I have a baby girl that I’d make one of those for in a heartbeat….and 2 cousins with 4 girls each (that have passed tons of hand-me-downs on to me)….I’d like to give them something back! I can envision how changing the colors would totally change the skirt!

    Love the fabric for the bag (btw)

  213. fern says:

    I would LOVE a tutorial on making that skirt! i’m attempting something similar right now for a baby…

  214. Heidi aka Digital Misfit says:

    I love that skirt! It has such a sweet shabby chic style. A pattern would be great (does it come in grown-up sizes too? LOL)

  215. Kat H says:

    That’s a very cute skirt! I love the raggedy zig-zag hem. It looks like it would be a great way to use up bits of different fabrics, too.

  216. sara says:

    It’s a great skirt. A pattern/tutorial would be good. My little sister would like a skirt like that.

  217. Sadie says:

    The skirt looks very pretty, I bet your daughter will love it. My girlie is too old for such cuteness but I bet others would love the pattern 🙂 Please count me in for your giveaway. Thanks for the chance 🙂

  218. Delaina says:

    The skirt and the tote bag both look wonderful!

  219. Irina says:

    I think the skirt is lovely! My 2 year old is getting more conscious of what she’s wearing and I know she’d go for something fancy like that! She always picks things that stand out and this skirt is so different. Definitely make a pattern! thanks for the chance

  220. kathy h says:

    Love the skirt. I like that it has more than one fabric in it. The colors are very pretty and I think a little girl would love to wear it. It also looks like you could spin in it and that was something my girls loved in their dresses and skirts.

  221. Zoe says:

    I love your choice of fabrics for the skirt! What a gorgeous giveaway!

  222. Audrey says:

    The skirt is so pretty! I love the florals, and it is perfect for a little girl!

  223. Stephanie says:

    That skirt needs some twirl action!!

    xo Steph

  224. dawn says:

    Adorable skirt. Thanks for the chance to win the tote supplies!

  225. Robyn says:

    I think the skirt is adorable. I like the different fabrics in it. Thanks for the giveaway!

  226. Candace Henderson says:

    THanks for a great giveaway… I love your blog!

  227. ElfRenee says:

    That skirt is adorable! I love the way the bottom is uneven!

  228. MissMary says:

    Sweet design! I’m sure it would work well with a variety of fabrics.

  229. Michelle C says:

    Love the skirt! My 4 year old would adore it, for sure. Thanks for the chance to win!
    mrsmchappell at gmail dot com

  230. Sourkraut says:

    Thank you for the giveaway!

  231. shelley c says:

    Love that hemline…some fun for a little girl!

  232. That’s a cute skirt ;D
    Thanks for the chance 😀

  233. Keri Schorah says:

    Unique skirt…love the hem!!!! So cute! My fingers are crossed that I’m the lucky one! Thank you!

  234. Judith says:

    What a cute skirt! Thanks for the chance.

  235. lesley says:

    my girlie girl would love the skirt, too cute.

  236. sandra parsons says:

    Hi! Your little girl will feel like a princess in that skirt. I love florals/shabby chic fabrics. 🙂

  237. Sue D says:

    My granddaughter would love a skirt like that!

  238. Sarah says:

    I love the skirt, you must post about it! I think an adult size is order as well! 🙂

  239. Anna says:

    I think the skirt is lovely. I’m sure your daughter will adore it! It is perfect for summer.

  240. Ms Muffin says:

    Loving the skirt! 🙂 Would love to make one for myself …

    Thanks for the giveaway! Come and enter mine if you like – you could win some custom-made buttons!

    ulli-xox [at] web [dot] de

  241. Helen says:

    The skirt is too cute. I’m sure lots of people would appreciate it if you shared the pattern.

  242. Jackie W. says:

    I love it. I would put it on my little girl any day

  243. pam says:

    The skirt is adorable!!! If my girls were younger I would make it for sure!

  244. Lynn says:

    The skirt is wonderful…I know many little girls who would look adorable in it!

  245. Looking at this skirt makes me want a girl even more than I already do! I am a mommy to two rambunctious crazy boys and I love seeing something so feminine and cute!!! Thanks for the fun giveaway!

  246. Cassie says:

    Cute skirt! It looks comfy!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  247. Page says:

    I showed that skirt to my daughter and she absolutely loved it! We love the pink roses. It is gorgeous. I hope you give it away too (:

  248. Terry says:

    The skirt looks like an upside down flower, very wispy!

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