Last week my in-laws arrived in Italy for a long week-end. It was really wonderful to have them here. We went for walks, ate at restaurants, gardened, shopped, lazed around the house and, most importantly, went to my daughter’s first play (in which she was AMAZING of course).
The book is called Allemaal Rokjes (All Kinds of Skirts would be the rough English translation) and is written by Mme. Zsa Zsa. Yes…it is written by a woman who calls herself Mme. Zsa Zsa! Just that alone would make me buy the book.
There are many different skirt patterns and styles to choose from for both girls and women. This frons rokje above is one of the first on my list to make. It has a jersey waist band. How comfortable would that be for frolicking children?
The photos are really fun and quirky with a circus theme throughout. I love how the instructions are hand drawn and the patterns are all so easy to follow and understand. I’m not sure if the book is available in English but it’s worth learning Dutch just to be able to use it.
One of the things I love about this book is that it includes the patterns for every single skirt featured.
This Madame Zsa Zsa seems like a very cool lady. Take a look at her blog here.