The skirt has a very decent length, just below the knee. This is because she wears the waistband very low (I had intended it a bit higher, but because I just eye balling the width, it turned out a bit loose). This does mean she will be able to wear it for at least two more summers, lets hope she will keep loving cats.
Although the cutting of the fabric took a while (due to the sizing issues) the sewing was done in 10 minutes. five side seams, a waistband seam with my serger and a quick zigzag for the bottom hem. The sewing was that quick and straight forward that I needed a bit more to make in into a post.
I therefore combined the skirt with a top which is just as easy as the skirt. The top only has a front and back and is from Ottobe 1/2014. To make the shirt a bit more appealing I hemmed with green stitches using my twin needle. To finsih the cat outfit, I added a cat's face application. The fabric I used were some small scraps left from this project. I wanted the eyes to have a reflection, and not just be plain green.
Cats like to climb and usually hide in bushes, so we did the same for the shoot. Quick projects like these are great for KCW.
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