When I first starting sewing again about 4 or so years ago I started with three things.....pillowcase dresses, pinafores, and circle skirts. And I sewed A LOT of them. A LOT. Hannie had pillowcase dresses, pinafores, and circle skirts in every shade of the rainbow and every print available. And then I kind of started to branch out..... So, when a couple of weeks ago I found a cute 1950's pattern with a darling circle skirt and a (insert swoon here) ... View the Post
The Bustle Skirt Tutorial.
*This tutorial is for personal use only. Please contact us to buy a limited-use permit to sell any item made from this tutorial.* The tutorial you (or I should say I) have been on pins and needles for..... The Bustle Skirt. A couple of notes that people have asked that are not answered in the tutorial. What type of fabric did you use? Both the yellow and the purple skirts are bottomweight fabric. The yellow fabric was $1.50 on red tag clearance, which I think I ... View the Post
It’s FINALLY done…the $5 Tulle Ruffle Skirt
First, before you buy your fabric you are going to need 2 measurements. The first is a waist measurement, in my case I need 20 inches. Then take a length measurement,in my case 10 inches (waist to knee measurement). I made this particular skirt for a 2 year old. Now to know how much fabric to buy.....double the waist measurement. Mine will be 40 inches. Add 2 inches to the length measurement. Mine will be 12. You need a piece of fabric 12 inches by WoF(width of fabric that you will cut to 40 ... View the Post
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