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How to Sew a Festive Circle Skirt

Jan 26, 2011
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What could be more fun than a twirly skirt in crisp red taffeta? A circle skirt is easy to create and fabulous to wear. And the great thing is you don’t need to buy a pattern to make this skirt. It is just a full circle with a hole in the middle. All you need are your waist measurement and a basic formula. Because the sewing is fast, this is the perfect project to get you in the party mood. Once you’ve made one, why not try a tea-length variation in polka dot flocked tulle with a girly bow? Start with these two looks, and then get adventurous to make other styles and lengths. There are countless possibilities with this project from Quick Stuff to Sew, Vol. 5. Gretchen Hirsch demonstrates how you can get this sweeping silhouette that’s also fun to wear.

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