Have you ever wanted to have the perfect Spring skirt – one that fits your own particular curves – without having to know a lot about making (and following) a pattern? This project doesn’t include a lot of confusing sewing terms, and the finished product flatters your form like a skirt with a zipper, but is much more forgiving if you gain or lose a few pounds here and there.
If you can do a little simple math, and you have even a small amount of sewing machine experience (can you sew a straight line?), you can make this custom-fit skirt.
TOOLS AND MATERIALS
1½ to 2 yards of light-to-medium weight fabric (quilting cottons are ideal)
roll of tracing paper or newsprint paper
washout cloth marker
thread to coordinate with fabric
Through this ebook you will learn:
How to measure your body and create a simple pattern from those measurements
How to use the pattern to create a three-panel wrap skirt, with waistband ties
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