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1  Re: My various EGL skirts/sets [image heavy] in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by SarahPiiSan on: December 25, 2009 05:13:48 PM

So I know this topic is quite old but I have been admiring lolita for ages and have been wanting to learn how to sew myself as well. Needless to say that I really want to try to make this skirt (tutorial pictured above). However, I am having some difficulty understanding it so I was wondering if I could get a bit text tutorial on it? I want to make this skirt but I guess that in my case just pictures aren't enough.

For instance: step 1 already makes me a bit confused, is the skirt folded on the lower side of rectangle?

I am hoping someone can help me out, I really want to start to wear lolita but I can't afford brand (yet)  Sad
It doesn't have to be an awfull lot of text, just a bit more than what's said in the tutorial Embarrassed
And again: I apologize for bumping a rather old topic
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