Feb 102013
 

Our friend Tina is modeling this gorgeous green eyelet version of our Fuchsia. This version was made in a lime green cotton eyelet with a polyester lining.

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This Fuchsia was a little tricky because the fabric could not be marked, making the sewing of the scallops more difficult than other versions. Lucky we tried this because we were able to devise a perfect solution for tricky, hard to mark fabrics and we can share it with you all during the sew-along. Even though the fabric was tricky, the scallops still turned out beautiful.

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Here is a closeup of the back.

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How cute is this skirt?  I love it!!

The Fuchsia skirt sew-along starts tomorrow! Have you downloaded your pattern yet? It is available now here in the shop.

Tomorrow we are going to cover picking the right size, putting your pattern together, and cutting the fabric, lining, and interfacing. Make sure to join the Fuchsia Flickr Group to post pictures of your works in progress! Also, if you want, we have a Fuchsia sew-along badge in the sidebar you can grab for your blog. Feel free to send us any questions and comments and we cannot wait to get started with you tomorrow…See you there!

There are also only a few days left in our Fuchsia giveaway!

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  One Response to “Tina’s Fuchsia”

  1. [...] you. The reason Nhi and I make such a good team is that we do things so differently! When we made Tina’s eyelet Fuchsia, we folded the fabric in from both sides so that the selvages met in the center. Be creative, and [...]

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