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on: August 15, 2005 07:45:58 PM 
Started by ravenhaired, Message by spoonerism
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from a skirt it should be easy.
voila a tutorial:



hope that helps. essentially just cut a V down the center and sew up the sides together (right sides together of course.)
if you have any questions just reply to this or PM me.
 
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on: August 16, 2005 07:37:36 PM 
Started by ravenhaired, Message by garyn
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cutting it out of a skirt won't work. your best bet is to make a pattern from a well fitting pair of pants. (there has to be a curve in the crotch area)

it should look something like this....
 

otherwise, the fabric around your thighs would pull inward and look ackward, and fit funny. 

 
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on: August 17, 2005 09:33:47 AM 
Started by ravenhaired, Message by spoonerism
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cutting it out of a skirt won't work. your best bet is to make a pattern from a well fitting pair of pants. (there has to be a curve in the crotch area)

it should look something like this....
 

otherwise, the fabric around your thighs would pull inward and look ackward, and fit funny. 



that looks like what i was trying to draw hahaha. i'm an idiot. but i understand what your saying!
 
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on: August 20, 2005 02:49:14 PM 
Started by ravenhaired, Message by ragamufyn
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I made these


that are here
https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=46320.msg428838#msg428838

by using a pattern that I got form Jo Ann's.  I looked online but couldn't find it.  I'll try and post the pattern number when I get back from vacation!

I think if you had a skirt and wanted to turn it into Gaucho pants that you could just cut straight up to the crotch area without cutting any fabric out and turn it inside out and sew up one leg and down the other.  Just make sure you leave plenty of room in the crotch!
 
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