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on: September 04, 2011 07:59:44 AM 
Started by Schlörte, Message by Schlörte
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I had an old pair of jeans left. So I thought, "Why do not sew a skirt from it?"



I love my new skirt!



First I cut the pants along the inseam.



Then I cut the pants to the appropriate length.
Thus the skirt later is not so tight, I decided to sew a front Godet (triangle).



I've sewn the godet and cut off the excess residue.



For the ruffle I cut a broad strip of colorful fabric.
Then I folded the strips lengthwise (wrong side of the inside) and sewn it together. This finished strip I evenly distributed in large ruffles on the hem, pinned and sewed.



What do you say?
CC welcome.
 
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on: September 04, 2011 08:20:31 AM 
Started by Schlörte, Message by noble_ammonite
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The ruffle is super cute! It really brightens it up. I might have to do that to one of my jean skirts! Smiley
 
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on: September 04, 2011 08:27:56 AM 
Started by Schlörte, Message by artzyfartzy
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and love the ruffle color choice. cutee. Wink
 
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on: September 04, 2011 09:10:16 AM 
Started by Schlörte, Message by Sparkly Sharp Fabulous
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I love it! Good idea with the edging Smiley
 
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