The world's enchantment begins...

Added Aug 11, 2012

by apfelbluete

Duesseldorf, Ger...

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The original is by an austrian designer called Lena Hoschek
I fell in love with this skirt from the first seconds.
I couldn’t think of anything else till it was finished.
And I am not the only one who sewed it.
All necessary constructions and calculations can be found on my blog
I am afraid they are only available in German, but you might understand it anyway.
Here’s the tutorial about the sewing process
I also made a tutorial about making ruffles on a easy and quick way.
Look here for more photos

Material Notes

american patchwork cotton

Difficulty

Advanced

Categories

Season
Summer
For
Women
Garment Type
Skirt
Style
Casual, Goth/Gothic Lolita, Romantic, Victorian, Vintage
Material
Cotton

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    Aug 14, 2012, 01.45 AMby katrinahueniken

    Colour me enchanted. I love the drape in the back, it’s so gorgeous.

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    Aug 13, 2012, 12.31 PMby nicola82

    This is really gorgeous :-)

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      Aug 13, 2012, 12.42 PMby apfelbluete

      thank you very much.-)

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    Aug 13, 2012, 08.53 AMby strickmeise

    Soooo lovely!

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    Aug 12, 2012, 11.42 PMby Sewing And Style

    класс- а это дочь уже такая большая?

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      Aug 13, 2012, 12.42 PMby apfelbluete

      да, ей уже через 2 недели 15 будет.-)если тебя интерессует конструкция юбки- я давала для русских ссылку на тему на сезоне.советую посмотреть. наши девочки отшили уже немало версий

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      Aug 13, 2012, 03.51 PMby Sewing And Style

      ага- я даже подписалась на темку твою, юбка очень понравилась- думаю- а что если из шифона?

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      Aug 13, 2012, 06.48 PMby apfelbluete

      наверное классно будет! Юль, там был ещё 2 вариант кроя!я неверное для себя его шить буду.
      зная твою фигуру- я тебе его больше советую. а как на это твой муж? юбка будет сексуальная для него..
      вот схема 2 кроя:
      http://club.season.ru/index.php?s=&showtopic=32704&view=findpost&p=624721

      http://club.season.ru/index.php?s=&showtopic=32704&view=findpost&p=624775

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      Aug 13, 2012, 11.02 PMby Sewing And Style

      очень интересно- мужу надо видеть уже готовый вариант для “вердикта” – он не умеет представлять – хотя в точку всегда говорит. Хочеться попробовать второй вариант, наверное надо больше ткани на него. Вот только, что-то у меня апатия уже второй месяц к шитью ((((((

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    Aug 12, 2012, 06.08 PMby janene

    Love this so much. Am determined to get my head around those instructions! :-)

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      Aug 13, 2012, 12.43 PMby apfelbluete

      I wish you good luck!

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    Aug 12, 2012, 04.12 PMby eliseanna

    Soo pretty!

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    Aug 12, 2012, 03.45 PMby thewallinna

    Beautiful and sexy skirt! Well done with finding out the tricky construction ;)

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      Aug 12, 2012, 04.24 PMby apfelbluete

      :-)))))))))))Thank you very much

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    Aug 12, 2012, 02.50 PMby Milena Bella

    Oh- it is GORGEOUS!!!! You are my hero. How did you get the design? Thank you for all the links, I am going to study them carefully :) (p.s.- krassota!!!)

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      Aug 12, 2012, 04.40 PMby apfelbluete

      добро пожаловать:-)
      а мы по-моему знакомы из темы Нью Лука и блогов:-)?а тема этой юбки есть тоже на сезоне.

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    Aug 12, 2012, 10.02 AMby Ruffles Gazebo

    gorgeous! this looks amazing! I had a look on your blog, i wish i could read it! i just have one question. is the back effect just created by a singular pick up? beautiufl job

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      Aug 12, 2012, 04.28 PMby apfelbluete

      Thank you so much:-)
      There are two buttons below the bow. You can attach the fabric to them. Does that answer your question ?

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      Aug 12, 2012, 11.17 PMby Ruffles Gazebo

      Yes it does :) Thank you so much! I followed some of ur links on ur blog and managed to get a good look at it all! thanks!

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    Aug 12, 2012, 09.23 AMby Mary Athey

    Stunning skirt xx

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    Aug 12, 2012, 08.54 AMby Innamc

    very beautiful skirt, i love it :-)

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      Aug 12, 2012, 04.41 PMby apfelbluete

      Thank you very much:-)

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    Aug 11, 2012, 11.43 PMby schnui

    This skirt is beautiful. I have read your blog and my computer does a rough translation, so I am not quite sure about all of the details. I read your advice on ruffling which is how I was taught at school many years ago and have happily used since. But a friend of mine who makes wedding dresses uses a different method which I love also, especially when the ruffles are very full. On the wrong side of the fabric where the gathers are to be made, you set the sewing machine to a medium size zig zag and sew over a fine crochet thread. The crochet thread is very strong and you can pull the gathers in very tightly and firmly without fear of the thread breaking.

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      Aug 12, 2012, 04.37 PMby apfelbluete

      I know this technique already and also posted about it in my tutorial for petticoats of the 50s. It can be found here on Burda style as an alternative. Actually I don’t like it for the following reasons:
      -The ruffles don’t become as pretty and evenly as if you stitch it
      - The Zig Zag stitch is visual and hard to remove after sewing over it
      This technique doesn’t meet my quality claim.

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      Aug 12, 2012, 11.35 PMby schnui

      Yes, I agree with you. It is not as neat and the ruffles are harder to make even. I usually use this method when the fabric is very thick (eg. ruffles for cushions or curtains).

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