Who Knew I could Sew a Skirt???

2012 is off to a good start – I finished my first sewn skirt this morning! I MAY have started it on New Years Eve but in my defense, I felt too sick to go out and celebrate with others. My husband and I had a nice meal at home, on our deck instead, complete with a candle and glass of bubbly. Anyway, here’s the process I went through.

Learning to use patterns – McCall’s 3341 Skirt Pattern
(note missing interfacing here, hmm…)

Learning to make darts
Learning hand basting

The finished product
(yes, I discovered the interfacing was missing and cut appropriately)

How it looks on and precursor photos to that healthy eating resolution

Hope you enjoyed the images, as much as I enjoyed making it. I now have a new work skirt! Now to conquer the next challenge – a dress or shirt???
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Hi, my name is Rachael. I am a born and bred Queenslander, who loves spending time with her family and pursuing creative hobbies. I am a wife, mother and all-round friend. If you like my posts, please leave me a comment...or two!
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3 Responses to Who Knew I could Sew a Skirt???

  1. Deb H. says:

    Well done, blue is one of my favoured colours.

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  2. Gemma says:

    what a great job Rachel! your skirt looks fab! Clothes scare me, I stick to sewing little things!

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  3. Reana Louise says:

    Wow Rachael, that's awesome! You did such a fantastic job on your first try! I can't wait to see what you make next. A dress or shirt would both be fun! 🙂 x

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