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  • Body gifts: Night Reversible Scallop Skirt Tutorial

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    Here's what you'll need:   2 different fabrics - 2/3 to 1 yard of each   a cup or round object to use as a stencil   contact paper (the kind you use to cover books or line drawers)   elastic for the waistband (I used 1" wide, but if I did it again I think I'd use 2" wide)   a pen   rulers All seam allowances of 1/2" What to do: 1) The first thing we'll have to do is cut our 2 fabrics. We will basically be cutting 2 rectangles. Where the height will be the length of the skirt but seam

  • Recycling ideas: Ruffle Waist Skirt tutorial

    Green crafts, Recycle, Sewing  |  0 Commentrecycling ideas: ruffle waist skirt tutorial

    I'm a little self-concious about the fact that I'm doing another skirt. How many skirts have I made?? Goodness! But I've always wanted to try the paper bag waist skirt, and as long as I'm making it, I may as well share it with my dear friends, right? So, this is pretty easy in concept. Shorten a long skirt and use the excess fabric to make a ruffle and a sash! See? That is probably all the instructions many of you will need. I started with this vintage polka-dotted skirt that I've had for a

  • Crafts for summer: Crochet pineapple for clothing

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    Crochet sweater, dress and kirt Читать далее"                

  • Pleated Plaid Skirt

    Needle crafts, Sewing, Skirts  |  0 Commentpleated plaid skirt

    I used a yard of this plaid fabric and had plenty left over. I also used a bit of an "elastic for the back waist. Start with a (crude) sketch of the dimensions of the skirt. I wanted pleats starting below a 4 "yoke. There are several ways to make the yoke. You can make a rectangle that fits around the hip, sew the sides up and insert elastic in the waistband, like a typical rectangular gathered skirt. You could also cut a fitted yoke for the front and back and insert a zipper at the

  • A-Line Skirt tutorial

    Needle crafts, Sewing, Skirts  |  0 Commenta-line skirt tutorial

    Today's project is a basic A-Line skirt. It's fitted at the waist through the hip but roomy in the thigh. This is important because we're making it in a knit, and knits can cling. Eep! I picked french terry because it is a robust knit and very easy to sew. It is thick, non-clingy, doesn't need interfacing and has a nice weight for a skirt. It also has a nice stretch but behaves much like a woven when under the presser foot. This means it can take top-stitching! I used a universal needle (after trying out a ballpoint

  • Body gifts: Flower Garden Gathered Skirt Tutorial

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    You will need: 1 1/2- 2 yards of fabric 3/8" elastic cut to your measurements (do this buy gently pulling your elastic around your waist, stretching it so that it comfortably and snuggly sits at your waist) coordinating thread 1. Measure your waist, or where you want your skirt to hit. 2. Cut two rectangles of fabric, each measuring the width of your waist plus 1", and how long you want your skirt plus 4 1/2". 3. Cut two strips measuring 4" by 44" (this gave me a long tie in the front) 4. Sew the two

  • Patterns skirts: sewing design

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    Skirts of the six wedges With lengthening of the Year Fantasy year Year "bell" Year of graduation (Figure number 1) Figure number 2

  • Crafts for summer: Children’s summer kit

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    crochet set for kids: t-shirt and skirt

  • Crafts for summer: crochet set for kids

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    Dressed for tunichka pritsesski For a better fit on the back of the inserted band. Found on the internet

  • Crafts for summer: girls fashion

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  • Dresses for girls

    Dress, Fashion, Other crafts, Sewing  |  0 Commentdresses for girls

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  • Beautiful skirt for girls

    Needle crafts, Sewing, Skirts  |  0 Commentbeautiful skirt for girls

    Don't you just hate to waste things? When I was making the last post with the knee-highs, I had a bunch of tops of little tights on my hands, and I didn't want to just throw them away, so I thought to make these little bubble skirts out of them! It works really well, and I may have over-complicated the directions a little bit, but it's actually very easy! 1) First you want to decide on how long you want your skirt to be. Then measure from the waistband to the