A few months ago, I came across this tutorial. SO EASY, right? I couldn't wait to make one for myself. Okay, so I made three, and have the materials to make five more (a girl can never have too many options, right? Haha!) I know lots of bloggers have been making these, and have posted tutorials as well. I know that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but I really wanted to take this idea and add my own style to it.
My first attempt:
My second attempt:
|I think the invisible zipper is a no-go. Also, it looks best folded over. Regardless, I love this combo!!|
My third attempt:
I know this one is a little pase, so I added a little touch of me:
|Surprise! I love this lining. I saw it months ago and although I had no idea what I would ever use it for, I bought a yard (which you should never do, at the risk of having shelves of fabric that, while pretty to look at, will never be "anything.")|
Remember how imitation is the sincerest form of flattery? Meet Taylor of Curly in the City, and view her etsy shop here. Taking a page from her book, I have lots of left over fabric and have considered making a few more of these and selling them. If you are interested, send me an email or tweet!