Ruffle Skirt

Earlier this year I had bought some plaid fabric on Sale with the intention of making a skirt for myself. Recently, I found just the right design. A tutorial by Sew Dang Cute Crafts. I followed the instructions exactly. I even ended up with the same measurements, except my waistband was a tad longer. The plaid fabric I used was 50" wide, so I got away with 1.5 yards of fabric. I did have to piece one of the ruffles, but I used it on the back panel and you can really not tell.
It's also not cotton, but a suiting fabric with a little bit of stretch. It feels really soft and comfortable. It was also very nice to work with.
The skirt fits perfectly and I think it's a very flattering cut. It was also very easy to sew. And, you can't beat 7.50$ in total material cost!

Thank you, Tam, for a wonderful tutorial.

Ciao, Ciao.

PS: Thanks, Yanic, for taking my "modeling" pictures ;-)

5 comments:

Mama Lusco said...

Hot mama! The skirt is fabulous! Merry Christmas to your beautiful family.

Suzanne said...

Wow! It looks great! Very daring to try it with a plaid :)

Tam @ Sew Dang Cute said...

WAY cute! Thanks so much for sharing with me. I LOVE how yours turned out!!! Great job!

Lauranie said...

Hubba Hubba!! The skirt looks AMAZING on you!! Good for you making yourself something...I think I'll make that my New Year's resolution!! HA!! Be Safe! xo

teresajoy said...

Adorable! I have a question,how did you attach front piece B to front piece A? That part of her directions wasn't clear to me.

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