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Party Skirt

Extract from Studs & Pearls • By Kirsten Nunez • Published by Laurence King

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Time
35 mins

Studs & Pearls
Plain jersey skirts are like the white canvases of diY fashion. With such an endless variety of ribbons and trimmings available, you can make a skirt for practically every occasion. Your personalized combination will result in a fun and fashionable piece that is all your own.

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  • How to make a pencil skirt. Party Skirt - Step 1
    Step 1

    Measure pieces of trim and ribbon that are twice the width of the skirt, adding an extra 2 in (5 cm) to both ends.

  • How to make a pencil skirt. Party Skirt - Step 2
    Step 2

    Add a thin line of fabric glue across the skirt.

  • How to make a pencil skirt. Party Skirt - Step 3
    Step 3

    Place the trim on the glue, and press lightly. repeat with the remaining trims.

  • How to make a pencil skirt. Party Skirt - Step 4
    Step 4

    Repeat on the reverse side and trim the excess, leaving just enough to connect to the front side.

  • How to make a pencil skirt. Party Skirt - Step 5
    Step 5

    Apply liquid seam sealant and/or fabric glue to the ends.

    Tip: Depending on the type of trim, a few stitches can be used to join the ends together.

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