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How to Make a Rip & Stitch Skirt

Jan 30, 2011
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This skirt is made of strips of torn woolen fabric in various plaids, checks, tweeds, and stripes, in the black and white color family. To duplicate the look, all you have to do is rip old wool clothes or new wool scraps into 3 1/2-inch-wide strips the length of your finished skirt.  If you use 60-inch-wide fabric, you can get two lengths from 1/8 yard. And, you can ask them to tear your fabric at the fabric store when you buy it. Add a lace trim from under the hem for a girly touch on this versatile skirt. Judith Neukam shows you how you can get this look in this project from Quick Stuff to Sew, Vol. 3.

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