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« on: October 01, 2009 06:12:59 PM »

I found this lovely vintage sheet at Goodwill for $4. I fell in love with the summery feel of the fabric, and knew I had to make something from it. I live in Arizona, where, I love to wear skirts in the 100 degree plus weather. So, that's what I made.


Close up of the pretty flowers:



Please read all directions before beginning. Once you understand how to do it, it's easy.

1. Measure around your hips. Multiply by 1.5
 Example: 40"x1.5=60"

2. Measure from your waist to the length that you want your skirt. Divide this number by how many tiers you want. I have 4.
 Example: 40" from my waist to my ankles. Divided by 4 = 10"

3. Now add seam allowances to this number. For the first tier, add 1 inch for the casing for elastic, and 1/4" for the seam allowance.
So, your  first tier will measure Length: 60" and width: 11 1/4 inches.

4. Now find measurements for the other tiers. For the length, add another 1 1/2 of the length before.
Example: Tier 1 was 60". Tier 2 will be 90". Tier 3 will be 135". And tier 4 will be 202".

5. To calculate tier number 2's width, add 1/2" to the 10". That's 1/4" seam allowance for top and bottom.

Tier number three same as number 2 for width.
 
Tier number 4 would have a 1/4" seam allowance at the top and a 1/2" added to the bottom for a 1/4" hem. The measurement would be 10 3/4".

Construction:
1. Fold over the top of tier 1 and make a casing for your elastic.
2. Gather the top of tier 2 and pin to the bottom of tier number one, and sew, right
   sides together.
3. Repeat for tiers 3 and 4.
4. Insert elastic and sew skirt closed from top to bottom.
5. Hem tier 4

On this skirt, I made ruffles at the top of each tier. You'll need to add another 1/4" to your width measurements. Fold over each top by 1/4" and sew as close to the raw edge as possible, then gather . Then when you construct the skirt, you will have the wrong side of the top tier pinned to the wrong side of the bottom tier. When you hold up the skirt, the tiers will be correct, with the ruffles on the outside. Then I sewed trim close to the seam.
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« Reply #1 on: October 01, 2009 06:33:55 PM »

Very summery indeed! That ribbon trim in the close-up matches it so well! It looks great.
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« Reply #2 on: October 01, 2009 06:34:11 PM »

very pretty! I love reuseing old sheets.
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« Reply #3 on: October 01, 2009 08:39:36 PM »

I love it!  I agree, the ribbon trim is perfect.  It really looks great and ties the tiers together beautifully.
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« Reply #4 on: October 02, 2009 05:12:35 PM »

So cute! I have a sheet I had considered making something from, but wasn't sure if I should. Now I'm feeling inspired to go ahead. Smiley Thanks for sharing!
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« Reply #5 on: October 05, 2009 12:10:26 AM »

thats so pretty!

can you tell me how you made it? I desprately want to make skirts and have several like that, that I have purchased but I know I could make them myself if I had some direction Smiley

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« Reply #6 on: October 05, 2009 09:10:21 AM »

thats so pretty!

can you tell me how you made it? I desprately want to make skirts and have several like that, that I have purchased but I know I could make them myself if I had some direction Smiley

beautiful!
Please read all directions before beginning. Once you understand how to do it, it's easy.

1. Measure around your hips. Multiply by 1.5
 Example: 40"x1.5=60"

2. Measure from your waist to the length that you want your skirt. Divide this number by how many tiers you want. I have 4.
 Example: 40" from my waist to my ankles. Divided by 4 = 10"

3. Now add seam allowances to this number. For the first tier, add 1 inch for the casing for elastic, and 1/4" for the seam allowance.
So, your  first tier will measure Length: 60" and width: 11 1/4 inches.

4. Now find measurements for the other tiers. For the length, add another 1 1/2 of the length before.
Example: Tier 1 was 60". Tier 2 will be 90". Tier 3 will be 135". And tier 4 will be 202".

5. To calculate tier number 2's width, add 1/2" to the 10". That's 1/4" seam allowance for top and bottom.

Tier number three same as number 2 for width.
 
Tier number 4 would have a 1/4" seam allowance at the top and a 1/2" added to the bottom for a 1/4" hem. The measurement would be 10 3/4".

Construction:
1. Fold over the top of tier 1 and make a casing for your elastic.
2. Gather the top of tier 2 and pin to the bottom of tier number one, and sew, right
   sides together.
3. Repeat for tiers 3 and 4.
4. Insert elastic and sew skirt closed from top to bottom.
5. Hem tier 4

On this skirt, I made ruffles at the top of each tier. You'll need to add another 1/4" to your width measurements. Fold over each top by 1/4" and sew as close to the raw edge as possible, then gather . Then when you construct the skirt, you will have the wrong side of the top tier pinned to the wrong side of the bottom tier. When you hold up the skirt, the tiers will be correct, with the ruffles on the outside. Then I sewed trim close to the seam.



   
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« Reply #7 on: October 05, 2009 11:57:59 PM »

thanks soo much!
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« Reply #8 on: October 09, 2009 09:53:23 PM »

Why is it called a broomstick skirt??
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« Reply #9 on: October 09, 2009 10:56:46 PM »

There's much less fabric in the top ruffle than the bottom one. You're supposed to twist it and keep it that way until it dries. That way you get all those great vertical wrinkles. When it's twisted, it resembles a broom. Skinny at the top and full at the bottom.
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« Reply #10 on: October 10, 2009 05:26:37 AM »

Simply Beautiful! I love the refurbished sheet fabric; its gorgeous! You have inspired me; time to use my stash of sheets now! 
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« Reply #11 on: October 14, 2009 01:49:40 PM »

nice work!  I like the feeling of lightness, and you look awesome!  also, thanks for the instructions.
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« Reply #12 on: October 21, 2009 07:25:40 PM »

Thanks for the answer. I was imagining someone wearing it while riding a broomstick!
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« Reply #13 on: October 21, 2009 09:12:40 PM »

Thanks for the answer. I was imagining someone wearing it while riding a broomstick!
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« Reply #14 on: October 25, 2009 11:28:26 AM »

That is beautiful! Thank you for the tutorial.
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« Reply #15 on: November 02, 2009 03:29:13 PM »

I never knew that! Now I've seen something pretty today AND learned something. Cheesy
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« Reply #16 on: March 12, 2010 11:29:54 AM »

I <3 this pattern! I too have boughten literally dozens of these skirts but have never even thought to try making one, I have tons of scrap fabric so this will be a great project for it all.

Thanks for sharing!!
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I love this! Definitely going to try it out. Smiley Thanks so much for the tutorial!
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« Reply #18 on: March 12, 2010 05:53:27 PM »

Love it! Thanks for the tutorial! I too have bought numerous skirts like this, but have a hard time finding long ones since I am tall. Now, I can make some!
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« Reply #19 on: March 12, 2010 06:27:30 PM »

There's much less fabric in the top ruffle than the bottom one. You're supposed to twist it and keep it that way until it dries. That way you get all those great vertical wrinkles. When it's twisted, it resembles a broom. Skinny at the top and full at the bottom.

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« Reply #20 on: March 12, 2010 07:55:06 PM »

oh I love it, and I'm not that exciting of a sewer, but with this tutorial, I might actually be able to make one for myself!!
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« Reply #21 on: March 12, 2010 09:45:41 PM »

Oh my goodness! You look soo pretty! Thank you for the instructions Smiley
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« Reply #22 on: March 13, 2010 12:27:00 AM »

Chowi!  Thanks for posting the measurements for each tier.  I can totally see myself piecing together the tiers out of chunks of nifty fabric... Grin
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Thats so lovely! Thanks for the tutorial! Cheesy
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« Reply #24 on: March 13, 2010 08:24:57 AM »

Oh my goodness! You look soo pretty! Thank you for the instructions Smiley
Thank you! I needed that. I hate posting the action shots because I think I don't look good in the pics.
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« Reply #25 on: March 13, 2010 01:14:31 PM »

I've never seen a prettier broomstick skirt, and you look gorgeous in it!
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« Reply #26 on: March 13, 2010 08:00:35 PM »

Thanks for the instructions - I'm in AZ too and I LIVE in these skirts in the summer ... but have never made one.  So comfortable and when you throw them on with a tank top and sandals, you actually look dressed up.  And of course, another great use for a repurposed sheet!
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« Reply #27 on: March 14, 2010 09:58:48 AM »

I love this! I have a broomstick skirt I brought in China that I like to wear as a dress, and now with your tute (and a tiny bit of tweaking of the measurements), I'm totally set to make another one! Thank you!
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« Reply #28 on: March 14, 2010 12:55:16 PM »

Oh my goodness! You look soo pretty! Thank you for the instructions Smiley
Thank you! I needed that. I hate posting the action shots because I think I don't look good in the pics.


 Really? Cuz you look great!

 Excellant tute!   I'm already looking forward to making some this year!
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« Reply #29 on: March 14, 2010 02:49:04 PM »

I love it. Thats a really pretty skirt.
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« Reply #30 on: March 14, 2010 03:23:47 PM »

There's much less fabric in the top ruffle than the bottom one. You're supposed to twist it and keep it that way until it dries. That way you get all those great vertical wrinkles. When it's twisted, it resembles a broom. Skinny at the top and full at the bottom.

How do you keep it twisted until it dries without it taking ages to dry?

Don't quote me on this, but I believe I've seen instructions to twist up the skirt and put rubber bands up and down the length to keep it twisty, then throwing it in the dryer.

But if that's wrong or if someone has a better way I'd like to know also. Cause I am SO making one of these! (or 12)
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« Reply #31 on: March 14, 2010 07:35:01 PM »

There's much less fabric in the top ruffle than the bottom one. You're supposed to twist it and keep it that way until it dries. That way you get all those great vertical wrinkles. When it's twisted, it resembles a broom. Skinny at the top and full at the bottom.

How do you keep it twisted until it dries without it taking ages to dry?

Don't quote me on this, but I believe I've seen instructions to twist up the skirt and put rubber bands up and down the length to keep it twisty, then throwing it in the dryer.

But if that's wrong or if someone has a better way I'd like to know also. Cause I am SO making one of these! (or 12)

I've found the best way to get those wonderful wrinkles and not have your skirt smelling musty, is to throw it into the drier with the other clothes. Then spray it with spray starch and twist starting at the bottom, folding it accordion style) and then twisting it until it twists into it's own knot. I keep them in a basket this way until ready to wear. This method has the added bonus of keeping those wonderful wrinkles even if your fabric is not 100% cotton (usually wrinkle free) and if you live in a humid climate. And if you get scented starch, they smell fresh, not musty.
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I've found the best way to get those wonderful wrinkles and not have your skirt smelling musty, is to throw it into the drier with the other clothes. Then spray it with spray starch and twist starting at the bottom, folding it accordion style) and then twisting it until it twists into it's own knot. I keep them in a basket this way until ready to wear. This method has the added bonus of keeping those wonderful wrinkles even if your fabric is not 100% cotton (usually wrinkle free) and if you live in a humid climate. And if you get scented starch, they smell fresh, not musty.

Brilliant! Thanks.

Those vertical wrinkles are so slimming. Ish.
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« Reply #33 on: March 18, 2010 11:11:57 AM »

omg that is sooooo pretty!!
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« Reply #34 on: March 18, 2010 12:56:52 PM »

the skirt is so beautiful! i hate shorts in the summer time so skirts are my only comfort from the heat! i hope to follow your directions to make my own soon. thank you!!! Cheesy
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« Reply #35 on: March 18, 2010 03:20:36 PM »

So pretty!  I love those kinds of skirts, definetly savng this tute! Grin
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« Reply #36 on: May 25, 2010 10:51:55 AM »

We need to revive this again for the hot summer months!!

A classic and a tute--thanks for posting!
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« Reply #37 on: July 01, 2010 08:56:42 PM »

I love this skirt. I have some sheets waiting to be made into something! Thank you for the inspiration to give this a try!
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« Reply #38 on: July 04, 2010 01:08:42 PM »

i love this! i too live in arizona and i agree, nothin' beats a flowy skirt in the hot summer heat! love the pattern on the sheet =)
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« Reply #39 on: August 04, 2010 02:20:26 PM »

OH I LOVE! Beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing and the tut! Awesome Smiley
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O.O wow that is so adorable.. i cant tell you how much i love broomstick skirts.. this is awesome
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« Reply #41 on: June 13, 2011 04:37:24 AM »

I love these skirts.  They are so neat!  I have several of them and practically live in them especially in the summer.  I made some cotton bloomers to put under mine so I don't get a rash from my thighs rubbing together.

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« Reply #42 on: June 13, 2011 07:55:03 AM »

Good idea. The kind of underwear I wear are like biker shorts, so I don't have that problem.
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« Reply #43 on: June 13, 2011 12:09:12 PM »

Do you make your biker shorts?  If so, where did you get your pattern?  I find that the stretchy synthetic ones are too darn hot for our Missouri weather.  I sweat like crazy when I wear them.  I'm in the hot flash phase of my life right now so I don't do heat so well.  Three or four years ago I couldn't stay warm in the winter; now I'm fine without adding all the layers I used to have to add.  I'll be glad when this menopause thing is over.  I vowed to do it medication-free and most days I'm fine.  Unless it's hot.  Or bright.  Or unless someone I love is being stupid.  LOL

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I buy mine through my church. they're part of the covenant clothing that we wear after attending the temple. I'm LDS. But, my aunt who isn't practicing LDS makes hers from cotton jersey material from her own pattern. You could probably take a knickers pattern and then make the legs tighter and longer.
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« Reply #45 on: June 13, 2011 08:13:28 PM »

Oh, okay.  Thanks.  I have some LDS friends so I know about the garments.  I actually have a pattern I downloaded for bike short-type underwear but I've never made them.  My biggest concern is about if they don't fit snugly enough and I end up with a rash in a very sensitive spot.  I guess I can try with some cheap knit fabric and see how they turn out. 

Here's the link for the pattern - it's called Non-binding Comfort Fit Panties

http://patternsthatfityou.com/panties.htm

It sure would save a lot of sewing if I only had to make one thing instead of two. 

Thanks again  Cheesy
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« Reply #46 on: June 14, 2011 07:32:31 AM »

The one on the left looks good. Since there's a bit of stretch to the jersey, you should be able to make them tight enough. My aunt used a jersey sheet and made several pairs. I've seen the jersey sheets go on clearance at Target when it's the end of back to college season. You might want to check there for some cheap fabric.
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« Reply #47 on: October 16, 2011 09:48:40 AM »

This is fantastic!  Thanks so much for the instructions!
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« Reply #48 on: December 27, 2012 12:41:49 PM »

thanks so much, my mum loves broomstick skirts, is a larger lady and has a birthday in february!!!
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