Friday, May 22, 2009

Really cute vintage, recycled skirts

Skirt made from recycled fabrics. I love the flowers!
Skirt also made from recycled sheets and a vintage Irish linen table runner. Look at the cute bunny rabbits!
Skirt made from recycled sheets. I love the mix of polka dots and flowers!
Skirt made from all recycled materials. The red is a recycled tablecloth, and the turquoise is a recycled vintage apron.
Skirt made from a mix of recycled (the red and white) and vintage fabrics (the red, white and green). Love this!
Wrap skirt made from vintage fabric with butterfly applique.
Wrap skirt made from vintage fabric with dove of peace applique in white velveteen.
A red, white, and blue vintage skirt by Louis Feraud.
Constructed from a vintage tablecloth.
Made out of vintage purple cotton. This would be cute for a little girl.
Handmade wrap skirt made from vintage raspberry cotton, adorned with polka dot bias trim and appliques of 1940's hibiscus barcloth. Made from a 1970's tulip-shaper wrap skirt pattern.
This vintage skirt was reconstructed using a black denim skirt circa 1980s for the top yoke and the bottom cotton eyelet lace ruffle. The body of this skirt is made from a vintage, woven cotton, mattress ticking fabric in grey and black.

1 comment:

Samantha said...

I don't wear much brown, but that brown flowered skirt is really cute!

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