Thursday, January 21, 2010

two girls after my own heart

yesterday morning i received an etsy conversation asking about a "Bubble Skirt Limited Production License." it was for a girl who wanted to make bubble skirts from my pattern and sell them in her shop.

she bought it from my shop and with in a couple of hours i get this email:

"I got it - thanks! I already made one for my daughter which is now in my shop in case someone else wants one too =) It was so easy. If you need any pattern testers in the future, let me know!"

Thank you again,
Leigh Ann

i couldn't believe it! she was so fast!
her etsy shop is called "The Dixie Pixie" and she is selling the bubble skirts there! she is also fairly new to sewing.



here is the skirt she came up with!



the bubble skirt pattern is reversible, here is the other side.
too cute! i love the cherries and she added a bow.
Leigh Ann you did an amazing job!

go check out her shop! she is so sweet! she left me this comment in my etsy shop:

"Great tutorial and so easy to understand. Awesome seller and I can't wait to get started on bubble skirts!"


also i received a comment last week saying this:

"Check out my blog to see cute pics of the headbands I made with your awesome tutorial!!" i checked it out and was in love with what she came up with!

check her out at The Adventure of Chasey and Cash Blog



if there is anyone else out there who has been making the rosette headbands or bubble skirts i would love to see what you have come up with!

treyandlucyblog@gmail.com


(if anyone is wondering about these tutorials you can still get them in my etsy shop. i have added a "Limited Production License" to my shop as well.)

11 comments:

Chasey and Cash said...

Thanks! I have the black and turqoise one on today and the girls at work are all asking for them! :)

Janas Bananas said...

Sadly I have not made anything, I look at your stuff and lust after your divine desire and talent...I do not own material let alone a sweing machine of any kind or any form of talent to help me along the way..I just secretly hope that you love me sooo much that one day I will come and visit you and you will have a box all nicely wrapped waiting for me to take all my new treasures home..Ya that's how I roll...kinda lame. But I just love seeing the things you do and marvel in it, that is what I am good at..coveting everyone's goodness and talent, that is my talent. When I come next year I will show you my mad skillz. ;)

Daisha said...

So much talent. I find it so hard to get the sewing machine out because I have no where for it but the kitchen table and there are so many interested little fingers around . . . do you have a craft room etc or is it the kitchen table for you too? I love the fabrics you used. Maybe I'll attempt this for some cute summer skirts for my girls!

Leigh Ann said...

Thank you so much for all of the nice comments! I have to run to JoAnn's for more elastic or I would have had more bubble skirts done today. I hope you get a lot of people wanting that pattern!

chelsea said...

So cute!

Tonya said...

Wow! Beautiful work! You are creative...thanks for sharing with us, Tanya!

Kelly Munns said...

what in the world is a limited production license?! ps. did you get my email? i'm afraid we're going to have to see each other soon so you can take your plate back...

Laurel @ Ducks in a Row said...

They are darling - she used such cute fabric.

Emily said...

WOW! I love what they've done! Look at all of the people you've effected by your talents. Love ya.

Tori & Brad said...

YOU HAVE THE BEST IDEAS EVER!! WHERE DO YOU COME UP WITH THESE THINGS! I LOVE TO LOOK AT YOUR BLOG JUST TO SEE HOW CREATIVE YOU ARE THAT DAY :) I PRETTY MUCH LIVE CREATIVLY THROUGH YOU HAHA

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