Skipper Top Tour: A Lemon Squeezy Home & Sew Country Chick

Welcome to day two of the Skipper Top Pattern Tour! We have two fabulous stops today and blogs that I’m sure you already know and love!

If you know Christie from A Lemon Squeezy Home, you know that she is one of the very most genuine bloggers around. I don’t think you ever read an intro to a guest post that Christie has done without the blogger mentioning how beautiful Christie is inside and out. She’s one of those people who you know would be exactly the same in real life as she is on her blog, and one day I hope I do get to meet her in real life! She is also insanely talented, and there have been many times that I’ve used her tutorials, especially her bow tie tutorial! There are lots of bow tie tutorials around blogland, but Christie’s takes the cake. As you can see, she made a couple of adorable Skipper Tops for her daughter – aren’t the leggings and boots perfect with the tops?! Go HERE to read all about both tops!Collage (2)

Our second stop on today’s tour is someone that I have been lucky enough to be able to hang out with in real life. Justine from Sew Country Chick was another blogging friend I met at Fabric Weekend, and I had so much fun getting to know her. She is truly one of a kind, but I wish there could be many more of her! She’s spunky, creative, and so clever that you just want to soak as much in as you can from her! She has lived an exciting and amazing life already – from her education to travels, to her life in the country (you’ve gotta see her kitchen!). During Fabric Weekend we toured FIDM, and I loved hearing about what it was like when she was a student there. She knows her stuff, ladies! Justine is one of the most fashion forward bloggers I know, and I’m so glad to have her as part of the tour today. She made her daughter a fabulous top, and you can check out all the details HERE!
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  1. You are the sweetest Abby. Thanks so much, friend! You made my day with your kind words! Thanks for the awesome pattern! We love it so much!

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