I’m doing a semi circle skirt with the zip on one side instead of in the back. I did not have enough fabric width to cut the whole shirt such that it will only have one seam; thus, the zip would end up to be on the side.
Everything worked out fine, except for how bad the zip bunches up and makes the side looked all wonky. Any advice on what I can do with it? The skirt is wearable all right, but I don’t want a wonky look on the skirt if I decide to wear it with a tucked in blouse instead.
Hi, This was the most basic pattern I could find for it:
Hello, what does it look like? Where do you want the pleat to be? Boxed or inverted? St…
Hi, could you please post up a link or write the sewing instructions? I can’t find it
One month later and still this problem: my project does not show up either although it …
I have just launched a maternity pdf pattern range on my site www.tsurahdesigns.com
Member Project of the Week
Suzeb's superhero inspired swimsuit will make you want to be a kid again!
See how Burda members are styling pants for summer.
Meg's Magazine Mash Up
See how one of our editors gets her inspiration.
Take off with pleats, cut-outs, insets, and futuristic prints.
Fashion & Trends
The best patterns and styling tips for this summer's top pants trend.
You must allow our "request for permission" request to login to Burdastyle with Facebook.