Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Girl Pleated Winter Skirt Tutorial, part two.


 This post is part 2 of my October post for the Sewing Rabbit Creative Team.
Part one on Me Sew Crazy is a full tutorial to this easy pleated winter skirt plus another version with grosgrain ribbons. You can catch up HERE.


This version is made in this pretty soft cotton (from Jo-Anns) and you can see how the pleats drapes down soft and wavy. As opposed to the one from part one.


A closer look.



And from the side. You can always makes more pleats if you want them on the side too.


My team mates and I have had a little talk about serger thread colors and I am the type who mostly matches my thread with my fabric....as you can see above.
The photo also shows that this skirt has lining.

Okay, I think that is all for me this time


Thank you.


6 comments:

  1. I love the styling in the post! Mix and match heaven!!! and that fabric is for the skirt is awesome. Woohoo!

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  2. Love the fabric and the styling. And OF COURSE you would match your serger thread to the fabric. I don't expect anything less of you. LOL

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  3. LOVE the fabric you chose. I never find stuff like that at the Joann stores near me :( I always think to myself that I should try to branch out from white serger thread but don't know where I would store all that thread!! Looks really nice though :)

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  4. I'm always surprised (don't know why) how different fabrics can change the look of an outfit, just by the way they drape. You wouldn't want to see the mismatched colours on the inside of my garments, Mie!

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  5. thank's for your information and i like your post two thumb up for you

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