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IceCreamCone
« Reply #10 on: September 01, 2004 09:18:37 PM »

Thanks for the good tutorial.
I've been curious about making skirts from pants, but was afraid to try it until now!
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Atheris
« Reply #11 on: May 05, 2008 11:40:26 AM »

I found this post and none of the pictures or links work. I have some HUGE camo pants that I want to make into a skirt. I get the basic idea of this BUT no one is mentioning the waistband. So how do you deal with that and make that fit?

anyone have any ideas or info?

I did find a nice tutorials for making jeans into a skirt but they don't mention decreasing the waistband either. I am not sure I want to just cut it and take out- since I don't know if I want the seam in the waistband. I might do this anyway- but not sure yet. Right now I am just gathering info!

Jo
Fremont, CA
www.camofish.com (personal site and a few tutes)
camofishus.blogspot.com
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Jo Biasi
www.camofish.com
camofishus.blogspot.com
Santa Rosa, CA
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