Today we have Scary (aka SarahLynn - but to me she is only Scary) of the Shaffer Sisters with us to share her Operation Project $0 creation. I first met the Shaffer sisters through Project Run and Play - we were all sewing along and I just kept coming back to their creations and soon found myself following their blog and eagerly anticipating their next post and creation. 'Encourage, Inspire, Uplift, Create' is the mantra of their blog, and they have succeeded in each of those areas in my life. The sisters each have a different personality and style and it is fun to see that come out in their blog posts and their sewing styles. I have loved getting to guest post with them and am so happy to now have Scary guest posting here... and watch out, there are more sister on the way later in the month!
material I have for me to "someday" make jeans for myself. I purchased the fabric when it was 40% off, this skirt required less than a 1/3 yrd. I knew this top (made for Project Run and Play: Pattern Remix from $2/yrd. fabric), needed a basic but strong item to anchor it. This skirt could be refashioned from jeans but I had fabric on hand and not jeans.
$1 fat quarter skirt, love you little bird skirt, and spin skirt) because they are easy to get on and stay on. Also after looking at pants for a couple of years I love seeing the skirts in the laundry.
Thank you so much for being here Scary, I love this skirt! One more thing to add to the ever growing 'Must Make' list.
What have you been sewing?!?!? Link it up in the Flickr Group so I can show it off next week!!! And remember, this may be called Operation Project $0, but it doesn't have to be an upcycle or cost exactly $0 - I just want to encourage you to get resourceful and take a second look at what you have - then go CREATE!