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DIY skater/circle skirt in 3 steps! (No zipper/no elastic band)

DIY skater/circle skirt in 3 steps! (No zipper/no elastic band)


étape 1 : La découpe Plier votre tissu en deux puis encore en deux. divisez votre tour de taille par 6,28 et marquez le dans le coin plié Maintenant, marquez la longueur de la jupe en suivant le trait de la taille Voici un petit diagramme Découpez tout et dépliez étape 2 : Le repassage Assurez vous que le tissu que vous utilisez est un peu élastique Pliez le en deux et repassez Prenez la partie de la jupe et découpez le pour l’ouvrir Pliez les bords prudemment pour ourler la jupe épinglez en place Assurez vous qu’il n’y ai aucun plis du bon côté de la jupe et repassez. étape 3 : La couture Cousez le long de l’ourlet étant donné que je ne possède pas de machine à coudre, j’ai cousu à la main. épinglez la ceinture à la jupe Découpez l’excès de tissu. Cousez la ceinture en suivant les épingles en utilisant un fil élastique. Plié la ceinture et cousez. Assurez vous tout le temps que la taille est appropriée. Cousez les deux côtés ensemble en suivant la ligne pour finir la jupe.

100 thoughts on “DIY skater/circle skirt in 3 steps! (No zipper/no elastic band)”

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  3. Hi! This is the first video of yours that I've seen and I love it, and your style too! I was wondering if you could make a video explaining how to design the shirt you're wearing in this video?

  4. Pretty skirt!
    To eliminate the step of of cutting the circle on stretch knit fabric, insert skirt into casing (basting is helpful). To even out skirt pin at 4 equal points as you would when attaching elastic – then sew all 3 pieces together followed by stitch in a ditch on topside for the waistband to fit well laying flat against waist …
    When using stretch fabrics, subtract a couple inches from waist measurement then divide by 6.28 to get radius for cutting or pattern use …
    Rolled hem presser foot, ballpont needle or twin needle w/stretch elastic or Stay Tape are helpful & very fast in hemming stretch knit fabric …

  5. πŸ˜€ im so glad that you dont have a sewing machine as i do not have one and ALL the vids show using a sewing machine :/

  6. Personally, step 1 you really should make a pattern first, step 2 should have been to hang the skirt before unfolding it because the skirt can warp so it's a good idea to have that pattern piece so you can make the entire thing even. Also, you really should fold your hems twice to ensure the fabric won't fray. Just a suggestion.

  7. Very well done ! Hope you get a sew machine sooner ! Look up at used machines or an smaller one that you don't have to give much money away. I'm pretty sure you will done pretty pieces. <3

  8. If I was in your place, I would have glued the fabric instead of sewing! Btw I loved the skirt..

  9. What do I do if I make it long? Like to my shins because I probably can’t draw it on the fabric since it’s too long.

  10. The explanation was good, but that music was incredibly obnoxious. Sounds like a bunch of sick chickens trying to scare that woman away from their food.

  11. I’m watching this and thinking of doing it but I’m too lazy to do it soooo yea. But AWESOME VID YASSSS!!!!!!

  12. For anyone wondering, you can add an elastic waist easily. After you have sewn the waistband on, sew the open end of the skirt but don't sew the ends of the waistband. Use a safety pin by attaching it to the elastic and thread it through the tube of the waistband. Then when it comes out the other end sew the two ends of the elastic together in a square shape and then an X inside the square that connects all corners of the square together. Then you simply sew the two ends of the waistband together and now you've easily got a elastic waist!

    Hope this wasn't too confusing for anyone! (if they wanted an elastic waist)

  13. Nice handstitching! Good tutorial as well as fast production using stretch fabric …
    When using cotton or other non-stretch fabric, the hip measurement is used for the cut at the top, followed by waist measurement fit to one's size for a simple elastic waistband or a zipper w/regular waistband fit to size to hide gathered fabric underneath …

  14. so beautiful both you and your talent,there's a different satisfaction one gets by hand sewingπŸ˜†

  15. I really love this video, it's easy for those who do not have sewing machines, I really really love it. Thanks for the video, please can I chat with you on messanger

  16. Thank you! Super easy to follow instructions. My hands would have hurt so bad. I can’t wait to make this for my daughter. 😍

  17. When I divide my 40 in waist by 6.28 I get ~6. But when you stick the radius back into the formula, (3.14)(6^2) is equal to about 90??? Idk, the math just doesn't add up…

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