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Cabriolet wrap for the beach

Added Jun 19, 2017

by izbott

Fraser Valley, C...

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Description

I made this with a pattern from hot patterns called the cabriolet wrap skirt. I used up what I could find in the stash. I did make it short because, there was a lack of fabric. I would like to make this a demi length with wider ruffles in a rayon material. I did make the ruffles on this muslin short due to fabric limits. It was more for fit but its wearable. I did make folds in order to achieve a more frothy look. Also the ties were very long so I made them shorter. I will suggest to measure out what you will need then cut. I will keep this in order to make the process faster. Its a simple pattern but requires thought.

Material Notes

Old scarf crinkled gauze

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Skirt

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    Jun 24, 2017, 12.52 PMby Ellen Hatteland

    So cool my friend! :D

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      Jun 25, 2017, 07.08 PMby izbott

      Thanks Ellen. Its light weight and wrinkles so no ironing!

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    Jun 21, 2017, 08.17 AMby liliv-1

    Lovely mix of materials!

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      Jun 25, 2017, 07.08 PMby izbott

      It was meant to be from the stash of materials. Now the fabric has fulfilled its destiny!

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    Jun 19, 2017, 05.04 PMby Mary Athey

    It’s lovely and well done for using up your scraps. I am going to have to make a start on mine as I have bags and bags lol x

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      Jun 25, 2017, 07.13 PMby izbott

      Oh my I bet you have some great fabric to make great stuff! Its really fun to use up the stash.

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