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Thanks for more inspiration—for dressing, not posing! March 15, — Seen and Heard in Edmonton. I have lots of full skirts but end up only wearing them with one or two things. Also the posing is a strike of genius. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Pinspired March Recap April 7, Short Month, Long Haul March 4, Daniella Majeau 3 years ago Reply. I have two black ones and a red one! Kim Christopher 3 years ago Reply.
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Write A Comment Cancel Reply. Because the fabric was so thin, I wanted to make a narrow hem and I used this method here. And this half circle skirt tutorial is even […]. Your email address will not be published. Did you like this tutorial? Comments This is a great tutorial. What a super little skirt! Aww, thanks so much Deirdre! Circle skirts have the all important twirl factor. Very pretty skirt, Petro and a fab tutorial. Trackbacks […] Now all you have to do is make the hem on both the dress and the lining.
How To Make A Circle Skirt Without A Pattern
Jun 07, · To make a circle skirt, fold 1 yard of fabric 4 times into a rectangle, and cut a strip of fabric off of the open end for a waistband. Then, fold a fitted skirt lengthwise 4 times, and use the waist as a guide to cut a semicircle off of one of the closed corners of fabric%(57). Make sure of your order number (the skirt number that ends with a 's # fits smaller and 's # runs a bit bigger) and waistband height of your skirt. I wish this seller devided these two . I made the circle skirt for a 5 yr old which turned out great; but, my 30 yr old niece wants one and neither my husband or I (and he is highly mechanical) can get it to work out on 45 inch fabric. I need a waist of 31 inches (total with the 2″ addition); a radius of or There just doesn’t seem to be enough width for it.