My friend Carrie gave me these cute capris. Besides having a fabulous wardrobe Carrie blogs over at My Several Worlds about travel and chronic illness. I highly recommend checking out her site.
The fabric was super cute but I don’t wear capris so grabbed my trusty seam ripper and got to work.
I cut up an old black tshirt that was wearing out and added triangle sections to make a flared skirt.
The capris had a pocket that I transferred over. I’m so happy with how it turned out. And I think of you Carrie when I wear it!
This project was completed last September. Grad school has kept me far away from blogland. The next month I made a bold move and cut my hair.
I’ve joined the pixie club and love it!
My friends P&T gave me this awesome vintage fabric. The design was so colorful and detailed I knew anything I made with it had to be simple to highlight the gorgeous elements. I cut the fabric to showcase a full circle and half circle on both front and back panels of a skirt.
The fabric had colorful edging so I cut one side off and added it to the bottom edge. The other side was thick enough to be featured on each side of the skirt. Josh, as always, was making me laugh during the photo shoot.
Though it’s currently cold in Taiwan, even in Xiao LiuQiu where these photos were taken, I knew the hot temperatures of summer weren’t far away. Side slits will help keep me cool this summer. In the meantime the skirt is light enough that it doesn’t add too much bulk when layering.
Wild Boar Trench is a beautiful nature walk on Xiao LiuQiu. The banyon trees curl gracefully around large rocks and vines have beautiful, large leaves.
Xiao LiuQiu also has a lot of stray cats. Locals feed them and there is a spay and neuter program.
They also have an adoption program. We could have taken a dozen of them home!