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, April 14, 2010

I have a lot of this fabric, so...




So...

This is a dress I just had to get out of my system. I wanted to try a full circle skirt with a bubble hem. Empire waist. And a big Audrey-Hepburn-might-have-worn-a-big-bow-like-that bow. Nothing that makes the clouds part and angels sing, but, hey, the girl likes it, so we're happy!






And it don't mean a thing, if it ain't got that swing! Right? So how's that for swing?

I will be at Unique L.A. April 24th. And I'll show you how to make a fabric flower hair clip just like this. I'm bringing all the supplies, so come on down and say howdy!

11 comments:

Schnickschnack said...

Hallo,
it looks graet !!!
Lg
Tanja

KaeptnStupsnase said...

I love it!

LG Simone

SiNiJu said...

wow, it's very nice
LG Gaby

Ruthie said...

It's super cute.

zofia said...

Wow, love it! And her enthusiasm is infectious :D

Debbie said...

Lovely dress. I can see the possibilities...

Lola Nova said...

Wow, it's great and the twirl factor goes to 11!

Fledgling said...

@ Alex! Ha! Is that a Spinal Tap reference? Yea! Spinal Tap references!

Thanks, friends, for the kind comments!

{Nic} Nicole Hildebrandt said...

looks like a mini-twirly audrey... adorable!

*weeeeeeee* ... and i would so love to come over to LA. :/

xoxo...
nic

Corie said...

I am pretty sure I hear angels and hey, where did the rain and clouds go? --- Love it!
-C

Ara said...

wooooooow, ist so great!

perfekt dress for cute girls!

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