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Tulip skirt project

Added Apr 4, 2011

by thao

Montreal, Canada

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That is my first project that I managed to finish. I am a novice and I feel I need to improve in some areas, especially in the finishing. I am a little bit messy.

This is actually my muslin that I decided to finish because the actual skirt is in the trash bin (I hated the fabric and I made a mistake that I didn’t want to fix… too complicated)

I used the Marie pattern but made some modifications on it:
- I shortened the length of the skirt: removed 2.5 cm.
- I kept the front as the original pattern but at the back I inverted the pleats.
- I put an invisible zipper at the back instead on the sides.
- I added inseams pockets.
- I added 2.5 cm to the waistband.

Material Notes

Cotton that is usually used for shirting. I’ve underlined it with Bemberg lining.

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Skirt

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    Apr 4, 2011, 06.00 PMby simplyb

    Give it time, as you keep sewing more you’ll figure out how to finish and tidy things up a bit. I think you did a smashing job, it looks wonderful on you.

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      Apr 4, 2011, 07.54 PMby thao

      Thanks, that’s motivating :)

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    Apr 4, 2011, 03.47 PMby jdp136

    super cute! looks great!

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      Apr 4, 2011, 07.52 PMby thao

      Thank you!

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    Apr 4, 2011, 03.45 PMby carottesauvage

    Cool and congrats for completing this project! great styling

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      Apr 4, 2011, 07.52 PMby thao

      Thanks! I must have done at least 3 muslins, before getting there. But I want to do it again.

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