Posts Tagged ‘skirt’

Tute Tuesday: 30 Minute Skirt

Do you have 30 minutes to spare? If you do, then you have time to hand sew, yes hand sew, a skirt! Roethke shares her tutorial for this insanely easy garment that can be made in less than a hour. To make a 30 Minute Skirt all you need is an oversized t-shirt and a […]

Tute Tuesday: Rainbow Patchwork Skirt

Calling all twirlers! It’s time to spread some sunshine and love with this fabulous Rainbow Patchwork Skirt by MissingWillow. This garment is just what this world needs; happiness, color and a nice breeze blowing up your legs when you dance. This skirt is so much fun and much easier to sew than you think. You […]

Starry Starry Night

I love Van Gogh’s Starry Night painting, and evidently many Craftsters do as well. I found several wonderful projects inspired by the painting; so many that I even included a bonus project in this week’s article. (You’re welcome.) Wow, this window is simply fabulous! CrazyEyeGlass glued millions of tiny seed beads to the glass, and […]

Tute Tuesday: French Inspired Dual Action Skirt

Shake off those winter blues! It is time to pack those bulky sweaters away for the season and start thinking of fun spring clothes. KScline has the perfect outfit to celebrate the change of season with her tutorial for a French Inspired Dual Action Skirt. You can wear this skirt down for work and then […]

Wear It This Weekend: Super Easy Skirt!

Intimidated by sewing clothing? This is a great starter project! This simple skirt tutorial by pjhamel is only 5 steps with just two pieces of fabric and some elastic. You can do it! You can see the full tutorial here: If you make one for this (or any other) weekend, let me know in […]

As Seen on TV: Gary Coleman

Unfortunately today’s As Seen on TV is a memorial. Gary Coleman passed away earlier today so I thought I should pay tribute Craftster style. Dez-igns created this skirt out of corduroy fabric and a thrifted tee. Rest in peace Gary!

Wear it This Weekend: Broomstick Skirt from a Sheet

Craftewoman posted this great tutorial in the Curvaceous Craftsters section, but it would be great for crafters of any size! Don’t be scared by all the math involved. Once you get your measurements figured out this is really simple! You can use new fabric from your stash, or do what Craftewoman did and use a […]