Gingham seems to be everywhere right now and I was thinking about an interesting way to use it. I happened to be at a fun shop in Lancaster County PA where Icame across gingham collections with three to four sizes of gingham print so I had to get it and make a cute little summer skirt collection.

The green skirt is a circular skirt with 3 different gingham sizes. Of course it wouldn’t be a Beth Smith Textiles Skirt if it didn’t have pockets big enough for your lipstick and your phone…or tools if you are doing important work around the house. Beautiful Kaitlyn is in love with her new skirt. If you are interested in a skirt like this you would choose the Custom Fabric Option in the Gored Skirt Listing.

The pink skirt has four different gingham sizes arranged smallest to largest in a tiered skirt. Some people refer to this a a prairie skirt except that my version is fuller and much more twirly. I know what my true fans love and twirliness is the thing – second only 2 pockets which both of these gingham skirts have.

The beautiful thing about this skirt is that there are so many gathers that you don’t need a crinoline to keep it full looking.

If you are loving this style I have added it to the webstore here. You don’t have to go with gingham either. I have a ton of ideas for fabric that would be lovely in this style so even if you have an inkling of an idea you can count on me to bring it to life.

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