20 Minute Simple Skirt Tutorial AND GIVEAWAY!!!! CLOSED.

June 16, 2009

Did you ever have a piece of fabric you loved but didn't have any idea how to use it? Any leftovers from a previous project? Bought too much of a bolt you just had to have but never found a use for? If you're anything like me you either buy too much or too little.

First thing's first, DON'T GO OUT AND BUY A SKIRT PATTERN. Most of them are just rectangles! You don't need them! This is a great way to use those scrap pieces without investing too much of your time!
What's more, if you use a coupon when buying your fabric you could make each skirt for somewhere around $5 or less depending on how much you spend per yard. Only one yard is needed.The tutorial will teach you how to make each of these skirts which are included in the giveaway as well.

I'm all about sewing the quick and dirty way! Fast is key. I have such a low attention span, if a project takes more than a couple hours I'm far more likely to abandon it. This little project will add to your wardrobe but only take 20 minutes or less....no lie....I promise!

The key is to have all your materials in front of you before you begin. Searching for items around the house is so time consuming AND frustrating! Having everything at hand makes a project seem twice as simple.

For this projec
t you will need in front of you a: threaded sewing machine, scissors, safety pin, elastic and of course fabric (about 3/4 to one yard). And I like to include a seam ripper because I always seem to need this at some point in any given project.

Once you have all those things you can begin. The best part about this tutorial is that there is no measuring tape involved which really cuts down on time! To really make this go by fast I used one yard that I purchased at the fabric store (typically 45" wide). As with most cotton fabrics the sides are sealed so that they do not fray. This is key because you will not have to hem the bottom of the skirt when done.

First take your material and fold it in half so that the two sealed sides meet.

Second. Cut down the middle. Be sure to keep both pieces completely equal because when you sew them together later they will have to match up evenly.

Third. Sew the two pieces right sides together at one end so that you have one long (not wide) piece.

Fourth. Now to sew a casing. To do this all you have to do is fold over the top raw edge (not the sealed bottom) about 1". Sew along the top and be sure to make the casing as large or as small as your elastic. A casing too small will make the elastic roll and a casing too large with bunch up your fabric when the elastic is relaxed.

In my photo I sealed the raw edge with my serger. You don't have to do this but if you have a serger it will help to keep from fraying.

Fifth. Now measure the elastic by wrapping it around your waist. BE SURE TO DO IT UNDER YOUR CLOTHING. I am doing it over mine because I was wearing a dress and didn't want to show everyone my undies:) Subtract about 2-3 inches from the amount you used to wrap around your waist and cut the elastic.

Six. Now to thread it through the casing you just made. If you have one of those plastic casing tools then by all means use that but if you don't (or can't find yours like me) attach a safety pin to one end of the elastic.

Seven. Push the safety pin through the casing easing it down the tunnel by bunching the fabric then moving it down the elastic. When the end of the elastic reaches the hole where you started to thread the elastic attach a safety pin to keep the elastic from pulling through the casing any further.

Eight. When the end of elastic meets the end of the casing be sure to stitch the ends of the casing and elastic so that it won't be pulled through the tunnel. Do this on both ends.

Nine. Finally sew sides together with right sides facing each other. Since you didn't trim the fabric at the bottom you won't need to sew a hem at the bottom unless you want to. Normally a 45" fabric will be long enough to fall at your knees when you cut it in half.

Turn right side out.
AND YOU'RE DONE! New skirt.

Optional. I made another skirt and added a red peaking pettiskirt by simply sewing the red material under the hem I made in step four. But you can also add it at the beginning and fold it over with the hem. If you want it to peak out at the bottom you will have to trim your top layer so that it is shorter than your bottom layer. The top layer will then have to be hemmed so that you don't have a raw edge. This might add an extra 5-7 minutes to the project.

And if any of you were interested the dress I'm wearing is from Forever 21 and it was only $13.80!!!!

Since these skirts are elastic I would say they would fit a size 2-8.
As usual, if you would like a chance to win these skirts just link back to this post. If you have any questions see the "questions and answers" link to the right. If you use blogger just use the "create a link" link at the bottom of this post. If you don't use blogger, that's fine too. Just create a link on your page as you normally would and I will see it using Technorati.
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127 {comments}:

j. said... Best Blogger Tips

i was just thinking it was getting to be skirt season (at least here in japan, it's actually rainy season, but nothing goes better with rainboots than a skirt!) and this is perfect!! thanks!

now i just have to get to the store for some elastic...

Trudy said... Best Blogger Tips

I'm going to give it a try. Thanks so much.


UtahJenny said... Best Blogger Tips

I love these - I have made similar for my girls but haven't for myself, now I am wondering why??? I love your method of sewing, it's mine, too!!! I always get inspired by your projects - so glad you share!

Sherry Go Sharing said... Best Blogger Tips

blogged http://iluvcontest.blogspot.com/2009/06/simple-skirt-giveaway.html

dream quilt create said... Best Blogger Tips

That beautiful skirt would fit my daughter perfectly!

Fiona said... Best Blogger Tips

Great tutorial, thanks!

Julie said... Best Blogger Tips

Great idea! I'm in the process of losing weight, so I'm thinking this might be an ideal project for me while I'm "in-between" sizes!

Unfortunately I'm still a little too round to wear the ones YOU made, but I'll get there!

Thanks for the tutorial! This totally made me want a serger, too...those finished edges look fantastic!

Very Shannon said... Best Blogger Tips

Wow! Great skirt and I love your dress as well. I couldn't resist adding your tutorial to our link luv roundup. Come take a peek.
Thanks for sharing :)

John Mazanis said... Best Blogger Tips

My mother-in-law gave me a sewing machine as a wedding gift and I think its time to break it out. Especially for a project as easy sounding as this. (fingers crossed) But I would still LOVE to win the skirts!! :)


Susannah @ art nest said... Best Blogger Tips

Question: Did you buy a surger? Cute skirts!


Myshell said... Best Blogger Tips

Love it!

Erin said... Best Blogger Tips

Thank you for doing more tutorials! I love learning how to make things. I am inspired to make a skirt now and I just saw one at a store with the pettiskirt underneath that I loved for $28. Now I can make my own! I also loved the tutu tutorial (say that 5 times fast!). I had just bought my daughter one for her first birthday pict/party for $15 but now I can make her a bigger one as she gets older.

secret cake said... Best Blogger Tips

Thank you for sharing that tutorial! Time to scavenge through the fabric pile!

I linked to your giveaways-- so awesome!


Take care : )

98126res said... Best Blogger Tips

awesome tutorial, totally appreciated, stuff you can't learn from a pattern. thank you, thank you for your site. enjoy your day :)

vmsb said... Best Blogger Tips

Adorable! I created a link - please pick me!! These would be a great b-day/baby day present to me from you! : ) THANKS for another great post.

monica said... Best Blogger Tips

Wow a great tutorial. I can't wait to make a skirt!

Ruhammie said... Best Blogger Tips

I just LOVE this tutorial!!! I'm not going to link to it because I HAVE to make my own (in my maternity size, then later after I lose the baby weight). I can't have enough skirts for this summer that I'm pregnant, they're perfect! Thank you so much for sharing!

carmel said... Best Blogger Tips

i love skirts in the summer. im allmosr 8 monthes pregnant so im waiting till next summer that i can were a skirt again without looking like a tent :-)

any way' thanks for the grate tutorial
and i blogged about your giveaway!

katrina said... Best Blogger Tips

Linked back to your post :)

Terri said... Best Blogger Tips

Great tutorial - thanks so much for posting it! :)

Rebekah said... Best Blogger Tips

such a great and easy skirt! wonderful directions! thanks!

Anne said... Best Blogger Tips

Fabulous!! I posted a link to your tutorial on Craft Gossip Sewing: http://sewing.craftgossip.com/tutorial-sew-a-skirt-in-20-minutes/2009/06/18/

Bobbi said... Best Blogger Tips

Awesome! Thanks for the tutorial. Hope I win. :)

ilovebabyquilts said... Best Blogger Tips

I really want to try it! I'm a complete hand sewer, I don't have a machine, so it will take me longer than 20 minutes, but not that much longer I bet. I'm a 14, does that mean it won't look good on me??? I guess we'll find out.

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

I love it! I am thinking of how to add a big elastic waistband for my pregnant belly - I don't think it would be too bad.

Stephanie B said... Best Blogger Tips

Such a simple idea! Thanks for sharing.

Angie in AZ said... Best Blogger Tips

I would have never thought to use the selvage edges for the hemline! Great idea! I think I hear my sewing machine calling me......

Meg said... Best Blogger Tips

Super cute! Just about to blog about it now...

Tiffinie said... Best Blogger Tips

I made the skirt last night. I used two yards for a fuller skirt. It took me longer...about an hour. I didn't use my serger. I had to hem the bottom edge, because there was writing in the selvage.

I remembered a great time saving step(in the middle of the night) if you use your serger to make the casing. Fold the fabric down, then back to the right side. Run the three thicknesses of fabric through your serger...you will encase the edge and sew you casing in one step.

You can see a picture of my skirt at lillymagic2.blogspot.com

anaRy said... Best Blogger Tips

I am for fast and cute! This one fits the bill big time!

anaRy said... Best Blogger Tips

This is fast and cute...perfect! Just great!

acandiedapple said... Best Blogger Tips

This is awesome! I just tried it and LOVE it. Here's a link to my skirt: http://acandiedapple.blogspot.com/2009/06/20-minute-skirt.html

The tutorial was so simple. And it really did take about 20 minutes.

Rachael said... Best Blogger Tips

I just blogged about it. Thanks for sharing such a simple way to create a cute skirt. I love it! I hope I win one. :) I'll have to make one for myself one of these days and one for my little girl that will be here in the September! I love your stuff... thanks for sharing your talents with all of us!

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

Great tutorial! Love the photos. There's so much color on this site, I love it! I'll certainly be converting some fabric into a beautiful (and easy!) skirt now.



Rachel said... Best Blogger Tips

Awesome tutorial. I have three short skirts that I thought were a deal at $15 but now that I see how easy it is I'm gonna snatch up some cute fabric and make my own! Thanks! I really really like the red one. Good job!

Rachel@oneprettything.com said... Best Blogger Tips

This is WONDERFUL! You bet I'll be linking!

Almost Always said... Best Blogger Tips

super cute! great tutorial...i linked up..on my sidebar in my giveaway links. thanks for a chance to win such a great summer skirt!

Emma said... Best Blogger Tips

I am in love with this skirt and the fantastic tutorial you've made! The fabrics are gorgeous... and yes I do love that dress!

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

Oh my, I think I love you. This is such an easy, fun idea. You literally read my mind when talking about our slim-to-none attention spans.

mandi said... Best Blogger Tips

so- this is essentially what i do for my daughter. but when i've tried the same method for me, i look like a oompa-loompa. waaaaaaaay too hippy for my liking. is it the type of material i'm using? just basic cotton.

Nama said... Best Blogger Tips

How amazing! I'm truly inspired. And I've linked to your post: http://namabanana.blogspot.com/2009/06/adventures-in-semi-domesticity.html

Stephanie P said... Best Blogger Tips

So cute and so easy! My attention span must be like yours, very short for projects. I have tons of fabric, can't wait to whip some up! Summer officially started for us today!

Crystal said... Best Blogger Tips

This is so cute and looks like something I can do (hopefully). Also I love your dress you are wearing.

Melanie @ Whimsical Creations said... Best Blogger Tips

How pretty!! Definitely will have to make one of these.

Zom G. said... Best Blogger Tips

You are amazing. Done. Thank you.

MandS said... Best Blogger Tips

I love this skirt. How simple and cute.

everyday inspirations said... Best Blogger Tips

This is a really great tutorial - easy to follow and super quick! THANKS!

I posted about you on my blog: http://every-day-inspirations.blogspot.com/2009/06/too-good-to-be-true-tutorials-and.html


catherine s.

Drew said... Best Blogger Tips

So, I totally just did this tutorial and LOVE it! My skirt is pretty cute if I do say so myself! I did a blog entry on my experience with this tutorial, please check it out!!!

Thanks for posting this! I had alot of fun with it!

kate in maine said... Best Blogger Tips

we have a discount chain in maine called mardens. they sell material for about $2 a yard. here comes christmas gifts for everone! how much material do you think is needed for a three year old?

Beth H said... Best Blogger Tips

Oh my! those skirts are so cute & sooooooo easy! I know what I'm going to do with all the fabric from abandoned projects now! : )

Unknown said... Best Blogger Tips

I love skirts, you make it look so easy!

Cajun Girl Living In The Mountains said... Best Blogger Tips

Thanks for tutorial, I am definitely going to try that!

klmpink said... Best Blogger Tips

Absolutely love the red and black skirt I am inspired to try this for myself. Thank you!!!!

Ali Holt said... Best Blogger Tips

great! I will be trying this out tomorrow! and please count me in for the giveaway, i posted here: www.give-a-curds-n-ways.blogspot.com


Aileena said... Best Blogger Tips

I need to make some! I really want the yellow skirt, because I've been thinking about eyelet material with yellow all winter long. Yes, for summer!!!

*Kelly* said... Best Blogger Tips

I have a hooter-hinder in the same red retro fabric..love to have a matching skirt!

Zully López-Romero said... Best Blogger Tips

Thanks for tutorial and please count me in for the giveaway, I posted here: zullyromero86.blogspot.com.

Have a nice weekend!!!!!!

Vicenti said... Best Blogger Tips

Preciosas esas faldas y sobretodo rapidas de hacer,te felicito por tu trabajo y gracias por compartir con todas como hacerlas,Un saludo

L said... Best Blogger Tips

I hope I can do it! Nice skirt, btw.

Linked to you in http://crafted-delights.blogspot.com/


Amber said... Best Blogger Tips

These are so cute. I wish I could have the patience to sew. But...I don't.

Amber said... Best Blogger Tips

I forgot to say in my last comment that I posted about your giveaway.

Skinnie Piggie said... Best Blogger Tips

Thanks for posting this... my sewing skills are terrible, but I managed to create a wearable skirt! (Definitely not in 20min though...)

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

I may be a dumby here, but I look ginormous in this skirt. I know I've put on wait, but sheesh! I am on the short side, so I am thinking I need to cut back the amount of fabric to 3/4 yard so that it's less fabric around my waist and hips. Right?

michelle@somedaycrafts said... Best Blogger Tips

Oh Yummy! I need to make me one of these!!! I'm linking at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com

Elaine said... Best Blogger Tips

I'm in love with this!! OMG! I want to do one tomorrow!! :)

tiffany said... Best Blogger Tips

Thanks so much for the tutorial. I posted it on my website & even made TWO skirts this weekend!!! I love them!

DaCraftyLady said... Best Blogger Tips

I love this idea and I have so much material I bought for making aprons but just haven't gotten to them, I think I like this idea much much better especially for the summer....I am entering the contest... http://pbdesigns.blogspot.com
and I have linked to you and posted on my blog...yippeeee....

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

Just finished my 3 hour 30 minute skirt. ;) I'm a beginner, so cut me some slack. I'm posting about it tomorrow (still writing).

Sew a Beginner (http://eword10.wordpress.com)

Unknown said... Best Blogger Tips

Cute skirts, would love to win...in the meantime I'm going to my sewing room to see what kind of fabric I can turn into a 20 minute skirt!


frenchie said... Best Blogger Tips

Oh thank you so much for that! Put me in crafty mood, make me think of my mom and my gran who used to make me clothes!
I just need to find a sewing machine now!!!

Julie said... Best Blogger Tips

Have you tried making this simple dress?

I think it would look good in a watercolory print like this dress from garnet hill.

Thanks for the sewing instructions!


limabean+4 said... Best Blogger Tips

Looks great, now if I could just figure that linking thing out! I did post about your giveaways in my blog. Thanks so much for shearing your tutes!

Misusedinnocence said... Best Blogger Tips

I would love to win. These are amazing!


Elizabeth said... Best Blogger Tips

I posted... :)

I made two skirts this week. One was a too long one from a thrift store which I shortened, and the other I made up the pattern for, but both had elastic in the waist! ;) I'll have to try the simpler version, some time.

Renee said... Best Blogger Tips

I just made this skirt and it was super easy. I haven't sewed anything in years and I did it. It took me two hours rather than 20 minutes but it turned out beautiful. Thanks for giving me the inspiration to start sewing again.

Lauren Daversa said... Best Blogger Tips

Love your website, and this tutorial. I am inspired :-)


Kimberly said... Best Blogger Tips

I love the Alexander Hernry print that you used with the red peeking out. So cute. Thanks for the tute, I love quick and easy clothing!!

Samantha said... Best Blogger Tips

I love this tutorial! I have been wanting to wear more skirts lately (if it ever warms up here in the Northeast!) and this one is perfect!!!

Sherry said... Best Blogger Tips

Thanks for the great tutorial and the chance to win such a cute skirt!

Have a wonderful day!

Steph said... Best Blogger Tips



Kristin said... Best Blogger Tips

I am trying this tonight! Love your site!

Mademoiselle Julie said... Best Blogger Tips

Kathleen, thanks for the tutorial & the inspiration! I am a COMPLETE beginner & this lil' project took me way over 3 hours to finish. However, in my defense - this is the very first thing I sow on my machine I got for my bday! It was hard work, but I love the feeling of having created something! :-)Thanks again! Cheers, Julie PS. See a pic of my skirt on my blog (on which you're mentioned).

Debbie said... Best Blogger Tips

This is an awesome tutorial I love it and now I need to go make one of these adorable skirts
Thank you

Erika said... Best Blogger Tips

Thanks for the tutorial! I was just thinking today at work that I really needed to add some summer skirts to my wardrobe for work :-) Capri pants will only get you so far.

Jenny Lynn said... Best Blogger Tips

Such cute skirts!
Especially the one that's Heather Bailey (i think). LOVE IT!

Kara said... Best Blogger Tips

Thank you for sharing this!!! I whipped up 2 this morning out of one yard--my one year old needed one to match mine! :) Thanks again, great tute!

Unknown said... Best Blogger Tips

Lovely, lovely. Guess I'll have to switch to sewing in the summer and knitting in the winter! :)

Kat said... Best Blogger Tips

How fun! What a fab tutorial and adorable skirt. I can't wait to try it!!! Thanks!!!!

Georgine said... Best Blogger Tips

A question please. If I add the red skirt underneath, I sew it in with the casing of the top skirt? I wasn't quite sure. Thank you for any help! Love the red skirt. Looks so Anthropologie. I think I found the perfect fabric too. Thanks for the post!

Whitney Sews said... Best Blogger Tips

Hi! I used your tutorial to make a skirt and I really liked it so I made a video about it for youtube! :) Here's the link- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQA4_sFylHI I hope you like it :)

the girl said... Best Blogger Tips

Here's a link to the skirts I made : http://allcollard.blogspot.com/2009/07/when-im-wearing-these-bad-boys.html



These are the cutest skirts!! Thank you for sharing :)

Tiffany said... Best Blogger Tips

So simple and cute! I linked to this tutorial on my site www.simplymodernmom.com.

Monica said... Best Blogger Tips

I love it. I have a yellow shirt, but I have nothing to match it, the yellow skirt would look so good with it. Please enter me in I want to win!!!

LunaMoonbeam said... Best Blogger Tips

I FINALLY made this skirt! A friend came over with a yard of blue satin and needed a wonder woman skirt. Whew! This tute was SUPER simple to follow. (Any issues I had were PURELY material related. That poly-satin frays SO MUCH and is so slippy!)


Lynn said... Best Blogger Tips

For bigger sizes: use more fabric, that's all. However, the poofiness of this skirt might make my rear look even bigger. It's cute, though.

The Hobby Barrel said... Best Blogger Tips

Easy and cute skirt tutorial. Skirt season is definately coming soon. I have a skirt on my site. Check it out and let me know what you think.

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

I just made two of these skirts!!! I love how easy they are! I Just received my first sewing machine ever two weeks ago and I already made two beautiful skirts!!! THank you so much for this tutoriaL!!!

Aurora said... Best Blogger Tips

Oh my gosh, thank you for this! I'm notorious for starting projects and then never finishing them because they take too long and I get bored. This, though, I think I can handle! But now I want to go to the fabric store...

Baby registry said... Best Blogger Tips

I do have so many fabrics I just don't know what to do with them.
You just gave me a brilliant idea.
Thanks a lot!

JenMeister said... Best Blogger Tips

Awesome! I used this tutorial to make a 1950s cheerleading costume, so thank you!


Mariane said... Best Blogger Tips

Nice! I loved the white and yellow fabric!

Lena said... Best Blogger Tips

Thank you very much for your tutorial!!! Here is my skirt:


greeting from Germany

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

heeey i'm from buenos aires
i liked very much this tutorial 'cause i have to do a skirt for a school project, and first we have to make an investigation and it's really messy but one of the things we gotta do is find a tutorial like this and put, well all in all, what i had to say is that i got a high mark in the investigation

The Marlatt's said... Best Blogger Tips

I have had this tutorial bookmarked on my computer for soooo long. I need to get to it! Love it!

JenNathan said... Best Blogger Tips

Adorable pattern, but there's a missing step in there that stumped me for an entire afternoon.

You sew the short end, then you turn it and fold over the LONG end. You can't really tell from the picture.

Also, a better explanation of how to add the under skirt would have been really helpful.

None the less, I'll give it another go tomorrow just 'cause it's so cute.

Leah said... Best Blogger Tips

Love this idea - nearly summer here and I don't want to spend a fortune on clothes. Skirt summer for me, thanks.

Staci said... Best Blogger Tips

Thanks for your tutorial. I featured tutorial on my blog danggoodfinds.com. I have made several skirts and my girls love them. Feel free to grab a "featured on" button (found on the side of my blog) if you would like.
Thanks again,


Repeat in D.C. said... Best Blogger Tips

This is a great idea! Thanks for sharing. But, I am definitely not a size 2-8. Do you have any suggestions for adapting these instructions to make a skirt that will fit a size 14/16 girl?

Chandler's said... Best Blogger Tips

I made a purse with the same material as your skirt! You should check out my blog! www.lehichandlerfamily.blogspot.com it's under the post Purses OHHH my! Love your skirt BTW! Thanks for sharing!

prettybaby said... Best Blogger Tips

i am going to give this a try! my biggest driving force to learn how to sew is to make skirts & dresses since i am ga-ga for both. thanks!

elizabeth said... Best Blogger Tips

This is GREAT! I have been wanting to sew some simple skirts for work and this will be perfect! Thanks so much!

Katie said... Best Blogger Tips

Super cute! I love the fabric too! I make elastic wasteband skirts often as well. Great inexpensive way to have a new skirt in minutes!

Penny said... Best Blogger Tips

Ughhh, I have to try this! I look at sewing machines like they're constructed of TNT but this may be the project that finally convinces me to learn how to use one! Thanks for sharing. :)

cksknitter said... Best Blogger Tips

I'm not great at sewing, but I can sew a straight line, which was all that was necessary to make a super cute skirt. Now that I have one done and I know the measurements for the fabric and elastic, I'm going to make a bunch to wear this summer instead of shorts. Thanks for a great tutorial!

Secret Mommy said... Best Blogger Tips

I made the skirt! My FIRST EVER attempt at making adult clothing! I ADORE it! I messed up and couldn't follow directions somewhere along the way, but I righted myself and it all turned out okay. :) Thanks for the AWESOME and easy tutorial! I've already shared it with EVERYONE I know. :) http://secretmommy.blogspot.com/2011/06/adrenalin-rush-from-sewing.html

Brittany Lynn said... Best Blogger Tips

Oh my god. I just found my new favorite blog. THANK YOU!!!!

jamiebartley said... Best Blogger Tips

Love this. I am in the process of starting to make my own stuff and this one seems easy enough that I could do it.


The Author said... Best Blogger Tips

Thanks for the tutorial! I used 60"-wide fabric and made it a little fuller and longer. Total cost was about $20. I'm off to make more!

Photo here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/72536846@N00/5986558862/in/photostream

Unknown said... Best Blogger Tips

I just made one and it was sooo easy and fun! I dont have a lot of clothes because i refuse to buy larger clothes to fit me while im trying to lose weight. So this is a big help and i will make more! I can easily adjust it if while I lose weight. OH! and.... I have two little girls, so now this will be a breeze to make for them as well! Thanks so much for sharing :)

Unlikely Oilfield Wife said... Best Blogger Tips

Just made a skirt using your tutorial and it's fantastic! First thing I've ever sewn that I'd actually wear in public. Thanks! :)

Sara said... Best Blogger Tips

I attempted to make this skirt this afternoon and have posted the results on my blog after linking to you! Slightly different results but I'm happy nonetheless!


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FANcywoRk M. said... Best Blogger Tips

I'll try to use your tutorial asap. And I'll happy to found your blog, it's great. I've a nice fabric at home, actual I wanted to sew a short cacheur, but now ... Thank you!!!

Gracie said... Best Blogger Tips

Thanks so much for this great tutorial! I just bought a sewing machine and undertook your skirt as my first project! I made a few mistakes and learned a ton, but overall I am really happy with my first creation :)

Thanks for taking the time to help beginners like me accomplish something easy that builds confidence for the more challenging projects to come!

Unknown said... Best Blogger Tips

I want to try this skirt but the fabric I chose has a bicycle print - all facing up - so if I cut so the fused ends meet, the bicycles will be facing sideways on the skirt.

I guess I'll have to find another way to use the fabric, and another fabric to make this skirt!

Unknown said... Best Blogger Tips

So pretty! I'm going to try this, and I'm going to use a bit more material so it is a bit of a bigger skirt. I'm new to sewing, so this will be my first big project! fingers crossed!!! thanks for the tutorial!

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