(click on the Crafterhours pictures for the original tutorials)
Meisjesmama created two Milkmaid skirts. I love how she incorporated it into a Little Red Riding Hood outfit:
And how she used pleats instead of gathers:
Linda from Drink and Dress made 5 - count them - FIVE Milkmaid skirts. Except, not being in the preschool set herself, she calls them Milk Matron skirts. Love it!
Here's my favorite version, but be sure to check out her other 4 here. I need to go make one for myself now!
Lila Jo from Happy to Craft made this fresh spring-y skirt:
Emily and her sewing group had Milkmaid Skirt night! I can't decide which print I like best - they're all fantastic!
(A note about Emily: I noticed that her email extension was "America's Test Kitchen" and I flipped out a little bit. She DOES work there, and she reassured me that it is in fact the Best Job Ever. Then, because she is super awesome, she sent me a FREE The Best Simple Recipes cookbook. I've slowly been cooking my way through this book and I have to say, not only is it perfect for my lifestyle and very easy to follow, but it's actually made me enjoy cooking again. And that's a miracle. Thank you thank you thank you Emily!!)
One by One made this soft heather gray version. It looks so cute and comfy!
And Linda from Drink and Dress made this fun summery version. She even added a built-in bra top!
Adventures with Alissa used a large T-shirt to make her petal top. I think the black adds a little drama and fanciness.
Carrie made this adorable cupcake birthday version for her little girl:
Copycat Crafter (what a great blog name/premise!) made her Dresden Plate Skirt with pretty coordinating orange and blue:
Ashley from A Family of Savages made this bright, fun version, and be sure to check out her coordinating flower and hair clip!
Denise made this cute alternating print version. She omitted the scallops and added a full lining. I think this would be a cute idea for a toddler cheerleader costume too!
Camille from All About Mommies made 2 versions of her girlified puffy sleeve ringer shirt out of shirts she had on hand. Cute and free! Check out her blog to see how adorable they look on her daughters.
Thank you for sharing all your lovely projects with us, ladies! If you've made something using one of our tutorials, be sure to add it to our flickr group, or email us a picture or link to your blog. We'd love to feature you!