fledge capable of flying, from Middle English flegge, from Old English -flycge; akin to Old High German flucki capable of flying,
Old English flEogan to fly -- more at FLY
intransitive verb, of a young bird : to acquire the feathers necessary for flight or independent activity

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Hey! I made something!

AND I think I made it wrong! I think I marked the places for the snaps for the apron part a little low...just a leeeetle...like about an inch...the apron part should really be flush with the waist edge...forgive me...

Anyway, this is the darling Glitzerblume*'s darling new pant design, Roberta! Roberta is pretty darn cool, because the front and back panels twist a bit around the leg. Cool. And the apron part, when it's in the right place, well, it's cool, too. Available from Farbenmix.

The bag? I'll get to that later.


Sarah said...

wow, the bag! details! Like...where did you get CHEBURASHKA FABRIC?!?!

nicoleboxer said...

liebe Nancy,
du bist einfach Weltklasse....
Die Hose!!!! Die Tasche!!! Ja, auch das Shirt!!!
Ich kann nicht mehr und weiß gar nicht was ich schreiben soll....
buntig bunt, ich bin total begeistert!!!

GGLG Nicole

Steffi said...

Wow...your "Roberta" and your bag are fantastic!The bag is a new pattern?I can´t wait to buy him !
I love it!

Pippi said...

Wow, die Tasche sieht so toll aus. Waaaaahnsinn.

Lg Pippi

Britta said...

Ich liebe die Stoffe die du verwendest. Tasche, Hose und Kind sind total cool.
LG Britta

Fledgling said...

@ Sarah, Cheburashka fabric, well, I sort of salvaged the big Cheburashka from a canvas tote, that had some stains on it...and the other bits I have by sacrificing a perfectly good and new bento bag...'cause, well, I, um, needed to...that's why...

Seems little Cheburashka srvived the Cold War and has become quite popular in Japan. Nutty world, eh?

Jeannette said...

Super! Ist die Hose jetzt passend zur Tasche genäht oder anders herum?-lach
Super Kombi!!!!

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