One Thimble Issue 9- Timeless Treasure Skirt by LLK

Where do I start with One Thimble? It has been my pleasure to be a part of a good chunk of the blog tours for this amazing E-zine. I mean, what’s not to love about a great PDF mag that talks all things sewing and patterns and tips and tricks and . . .  ALL THE THINGS! I have so much love for this brand and I’m super excited to be a part of this blog tour for Issue 9, which happens to be their 2nd birthday issue!

One Thimble Issue 9- Timeless Treasure Skirt by LLk- Snickerdoodle Stew

If you doubt my love for all things One Thimble, check out my previous posts!

One Thimble Issue 9- Timeless Treasure Skirt by LLk- Snickerdoodle Stew

I think the best part of this is that not only do I get to post about my favorite E-zine, I get to share a pattern from one of my amazing friends, sewn in some of my favorite fabrics! The Timeless Treasure Skirt pattern was designed by my friend, Cassie, for Little Lizard King, and really is the most rufflicious thing I’ve sewn in quite a while! This skirt features a fitted waistband, suspender straps, an exposed zipper, and as many ruffles as your heart can handle! It accommodates sizes 12M-10, and has both Metric and Imperial measurements.

One Thimble Issue 9- Timeless Treasure Skirt by LLk- Snickerdoodle Stew
This month I’m promoting David Butler’s new line, Boro, as a part of One Fabric Nation for Free Spirit Fabrics. I love to turn these masculine fabrics into something unexpected for my girl. The Timeless Treasure skirt is the epitome of all things girly, so I couldn’t think of a better way to showcase these incredible prints in this blue colorway.

One Thimble Issue 9- Timeless Treasure Skirt by LLk- Snickerdoodle Stew

One Thimble Issue 9- Timeless Treasure Skirt by LLk- Snickerdoodle Stew

I’m not gonna lie. This skirt is a labor of love. The work is not hard, but you are going to want to find a series on Netflix or Hulu to get into. I think mine lasted one episode each of Grey’s Anatomy and Quantico, as well as several episodes of Project Runway All-Stars. The directions are straight-forward and the step-by-step photos help you along the way. It is versatile and can be made with cotton for a more casual look, or with lace and fancy fabrics for those special occasions. Maybe even use tulle for a special birthday outfit!

One Thimble Issue 9- Timeless Treasure Skirt by LLk- Snickerdoodle Stew

Overall, we are in LOVE with this pattern and I’m looking forward to my next project for the tour, as well as getting my hands on the full issue so I can see all of the other amazing patterns!

Make sure you check out the other stops on this tour so you can see all of the wonderful patterns!

You can also enter to WIN your own copy of One Thimble Issue 9! Entry is easy peasy and even if you don’t win, just go buy the whole thing! I promise you won’t regret it!

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This post contains affiliate links. If you purchase an issue of One Thimble via my post, I get a small percentage of the sale, which allows me to feed my fabric and trim addition…or pay for soccer times three kids! I received this pattern at no charge but the sewing, images, thoughts, and opinions are certainly all mine!

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7 Comments Add yours

  1. doray says:

    Hi would make the carnival jacket!!

  2. Jona L. says:

    So, I would totally make Vincent the Victor first because I finally have a machine that does FMA and my little guy always needs more mama made things……however, if my kiddos saw the patterns in the e-zine, they would jump for that ring toss in a heartbeat (I’m sure Nicole would head right over to my fabric stash and start picking out fabrics)!

  3. Kate says:

    LOVE the Timeless Treasure Skirt!

  4. Karyn says:

    Great review of a great magazine.

  5. Marie-Eve says:

    Hard to say – they are alllll so cute! FMAs will definitely be on the short list and possibly this timelesstreasure skirt with a xmassy twist 🙂

  6. Alison B says:

    Your skirt is amazing!
    My first project would be the pseudo-smock romper for my baby daughter.

  7. Jennifer Blackman says:

    i would make the timeless treasure skirt for my two daughters.

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