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11  Circle skirt from scrap jersey fabric in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by jershyLA on: June 06, 2011 04:37:01 PM
I made a jersey skirt for my daughter but I made the waste to big. it fit my neice perfectly.
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12  butterflies are beautiful in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by jershyLA on: July 07, 2008 07:44:12 PM
so i made theses pants over 3 months ago. at that time they fit like bellbottoms on her. she grows so fast she is almost four feet tall and just turned three so finding little girly clothingis hard. i also made a shirred topto go with it but she wasn't wereing it the day the picsaweretaken with my sisters phone so hopefully the pics show up

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13  Re: My first skirt! Brown half circle skirt - *Update: Tutorial added* in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by jershyLA on: August 22, 2006 01:28:55 PM
what do you mean by both skirt together and how do you have right sides together if inner skirt is already sewn to zipper??  Huh


Sew in the zipper. [/glow] I pin the zipper first to make the fabric overlap the zipper. Then I turned the skirt and handstitched the zipper clossest peace of fabric. Remove the pins and sew!



Make your inner skirt the same way as the outer skirt. Sew it on the zipper the same way, but then on the other side and further away from the zipper.[/glow]

To make the top put both skirt together with the right sides to eachother and put a waistband in the middel.
I pinned it, handstitched it and then sewed it.
Turn the dress and sew over the innerskirt and the waistband.



To finish the bottom I folded the 4 cm twice and pinned, handstitched and sewed.
Finish off your seams with a zig zag stitch.




Tadaaa!




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