LOVE this! love the whole look. nicely done. wish you were around... i have a few things to commission.
Talk about beginner's luck! You look gorgeous! I love it.
You are so talented! All of your projects come out so dang cute.
I have a lot to say about this skirt. four things1. The colors make it. Were you tempted to do red? I am glad you didn't it exaggerates the unexpected.2. The length is perfect. 3. The placement of the balloon is excellent. 4. Who is going to guess it was printed?
THERE'S A CHILDREN'S BOOK LURKING IN THAT SKIRT.
Oh my goodness! Oh my goodness!How do you do it???? Amazing and wonderful.
I love it. I would like to know more about the printing on fabric that you did.
Your photography is beautiful! Would you please share what type of camera you use?
I love it! Please have a retreat! Just think about it!
i love it! SO CLEVER! u might have tempted me to take sewing lessons! its gorgeous, i also love your headband!
Amen to Ashley's comments. Katy, this is fantastic! You never cease to amaze us all!
PS tell Divine she did a great job on the photography!
Thank you, everyone for your kind words!Ashley, Red, no. But, I almost did it in celery green. I'm pleased I chose this blushing pink.Smash, I made my own circle stamp from a foam sheet, and used fabric paint (more than I thought it would take, as it needs to go on thick). Also, I found those TIDE pens come in handy from any light smudges of paint that happen (after it dries). I made a facing for the hem and then edgestitched so it wouldn't peek around from the back.Connie, I use a Nikon D90, but have hardly dipped a toe in the pool of knowledge on how to use it.Tasha, YES! I'd like to hold a Sewing Retreat around March or April. Sewing beachside for an entire weekend? Pretty close to heaven! Madsta, I first took a sewing class in high school. Even if it isn't your passion, it really comes in handy when mending and altering clothes.
It's gorgeous Katy. I would grab that off the rack and pay whatever the cost for that skirt!
I am floored...yet again.
You are blowing me away! Now that I know first hand the impeccable quality of your work, I am mucho impressed. (Still freaking out over the dress -oh, a million thanks!)
what a small crazy world. I just found this blog by looking at another blog of someone I don't even know. I love this skirt and decided to leave you a comment when I noticed that Matisse also left a comment. They were our good friends in MA.Anyway....I love this skirt!
Wow! Katy you have truly inspired me. You are so very talented. Excellent job!
Katy, put me in spot #1! Everyone is gonna want a piece of katy the big dill! We could even rent a beach house so we don't crow your lovely family. It also helps to be cut like you, Ann an Jordan. Those good Knudsen jeans!
Katy-holy sexy! The skirt, the shoes, and you!
Have you considered a career in modeling? Forget the sewing!!
This is incredible! I mean to die for! Your work is fabulous , your creations are jaw dropping and you and your gals look amazing in all of them! I am now a full fledged follower of your blog :o) ( I got here via your sister via nienie :o) )I too have a handful of all little girls and love creating and crafting and just happen to be married to my best friend! This is the perfect spot for me to visit! Blessings!
this is a big venture -- how could i ever pick a favorite.but i think this is a favorite.(and it's a pink? do i need to better calibrate my screen? i see it in black & white)but yes... AMAZING. AMAZING. just perfect in every aspect.
oh how I love this skirt Katy. It's so lovely and unexpected!
Ooh, I LOVE it. Just love it! Colors and everything are PERFECT.
Be a lamb & tell me what's on your mind.