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skrit made from t-shirts
I found in a book called Generation T 108 Ways to transfrom a T-shirt. I had bought it at Micheals

Posted by christie b. from Round Rock, Texas, United States • Published See christie b.'s 2 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Divide your waist measurement by 6 and the add 1(x). (Example: for a 30" wasit, divide by 6 and to get 5" add 1 to get 6".) Lay the T-shirt flat and cut a 24"long (slighhtly trapezoidal) strip from each one, using the measurement x for the width of the top of eachstrip. The width of the bottom of each strip should be 1 1/2" wider than the top.

  • Step 2

    Arrange the strips next to each other in the order you would like them to apper on the skirt and pin them together along the long edges (rights sides together).

  • Step 3

    Sew along the pinned edges 1/2"from the edges using a running backstitch. Remove the pins and turn the skrit right side out.

  • Step 4

    Measure four and half " up from the bottom of the shirt remnants and cut a strip through both layers as shown. Trim the strip until it is 1" longer than your wasit measurement

  • Step 5

    Sew the ends of the strip together (right sides in0 1/2" from the edges,using a running backstitch

  • Step 6

    fold the top edge of the tube down to meet the bottom,wrong sides together. You should have a double-layer tube about 2 1/4" wide

  • Step 7

    place the tupe around the outside top of the skirt, linning up the unfinished edges with the top edge of the skirt. pin in place.

  • Step 8

    sew along the pinned edges,close to the edge using a zigzag stitch oe whipstitch. Remove the pins

  • Step 9

    pull on the skrit and head for the open road!

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Bethany N.
Bethany N. · Fort Lauderdale, Florida, US
this was fun to make. i added a drawstring though. Happy
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Bethany N.
Bethany N. · Fort Lauderdale, Florida, US
this was fun to make. i added a drawstring though. Happy
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Anita G.
Anita G.
I got the book from a friend of mine and I LOVE it!! I have weekly craft nights with a friend of mine and we just make stuff out of the book (mostly the skirts)and we "debut" our creations on a night out!
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Nicole Renee
Nicole Renee · Kansas City, Missouri, US · 16 projects
If you like the first one you will simply ADORE the second one! I am IN LOVE! It's is AMAZING!
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Lucia
Lucia · San Luis Obispo, California, US · 6 projects
I love that book! I've made like every project in it. I also love how the prints contrast in your skirt! Very cute!
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