That will be the radius for a larger circle and the outer edge would be the hem.
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Cancel your subscription any time. It's free shipping made easy It's your key to free shipping. In this case, we have also received several testimonials from our readers, who told us how this article truly helped them. To make a circle skirt, you will need: Fold the fabric four times. Take your stretch fabric and fold it in half so that the shortest edges are even with each other. Then, fold your fabric again so that the long edges are even. Lay your fabric on the ground when you are finished.
Cut a bit of fabric off for your waistband. You will need to have a couple of strips of fabric to use for your waistband, so cut in a straight line a few inches away from the narrow edge of the open part of your fabric.
Do not cut along the folded side. Use the fitted skirt as a guide for the waist. Fold the fitted skirt four times length-wise and then place the waistband of the folded fitted skirt over the edge of the folded corner of your stretch material.
Use the width of the folded fitted skirt as a guide for how wide to make the waistband of your circle skirt. It is better to cut the waist a little smaller. Remember that the fabric is stretchy and you can always make it a little wider if you need to.
If you prefer, you can also measure your waist circumference with a measuring tape. Just divide the number by four to determine how wide to make the cut for the waist. Cut the bottom of the skirt.
Next, take your scissors and cut along the outer edge of the bottom of the skirt the unfolded part. Make sure that the bottom of the skirt is about the same length all around. You may need to trim more or less fabric off of some areas to create a nice circular shape. You will be hemming the bottom edges, which will cover up any minor imperfections. Check the width of the waistband. Unfold the fabric once so that is it just folded in half. Then unfold your fitted skirt and hold the waistband of it up against the waist of your circle skirt.
This will help you to determine if the waist is the correct size. Measure fabric for the waistband. Next, take the fabric that you set aside for your waistband and place it next to the waist of your skirt.
You should have two strips on top of each other with the patterns facing each other if the fabric has a pattern. Place the strips near the waist and cut the edges of the strip so that you will have enough to hem the waistband. Sew the waistband pieces. Take your waistband pieces and make sure that they are lined up.
If the fabric has a pattern, it should still be facing in. Take your two waistband pieces and sew them together along the short edges. Then, hem the long edges by folding about a half inch of the fabric over and sewing along the edge of this fabric.
You do not need to use any elastic for the waistband since you are using stretch fabric. Pin the waistband to your circle skirt. Open up your circle skirt and lay it out on your table or floor. Then take your waistband and start pinning it onto the waist of your circle skirt. As you pin on the waistband, make sure that the print side of your waistband faces the print side of your circle skirt.
Start by pinning one edge to the circle skirt and then pin the opposite edge. Then, pin the part of the waistband that is halfway between the two pins you just placed. Then, pin the part of the waistband across from that pin. Keep pinning in the way to ensure an even distribution of the waistband. Attach the waistband to your circle skirt. After your waistband is pinned to your circle skirt, start sewing along the edge of your waistband and circle skirt waist with a zig-zag stitch.
Remove the pins as you go. After you are done, just flip the waistband fabric over and tuck it into the waist when you wear it. The circle skirt makes it even cuter, as myself and my sis-in-law love 50s style and the circle gives it just that! Also the baby too. Pages Home about me my shop. And even after finding all the stripey goodness of the actual wedding dress, I had to appease my white lace over colored fabric dream when making the back up dress. I made it similarly to my Sunny Little Miss dress, only this time I perfected the bodice pattern and did one less skirt layer.
I used navy bias tape to finish the arms and neck and grosgrain ribbon for the sash. The lining skirt is 1. I love that change since it makes it much faster to get this dress on my very busy 8 month old! The skirt is a circle skirt, so there is a wonderful fullness and movement to it without bulkiness where it attaches to the bodice. I went ahead and made a pattern for size months and you can download it HERE.
You could easily just do this in one solid layer and not worry about the double skirt, but I love the contrast. The back is the same as the front only I added an extra inch to the center so there will be the overlap for the snaps. Cut out your circle skirt layers. The pattern is for the length of the outer layer.
Just add an inch and a half on to the lining layer. Using a rolled hem foot, hem both layers of the skirt. I have a tutorial for using a rolled hem foot, my favorite foot of all time, HERE. Unfortunately, my rolled hem foot is missing in the chaos that is my craft closet, so I had to do a regular small hem, which gets so tedious on the length of a circle skirt! Because I was finishing off the arms and neck with bias tape, it made assembly of the bodice really simple. Just sew, right sides together, the shoulders and straps of each layer using a half inch seam allowance.
Then turn the lining layer wrong side out and the outer layer right side out. Slide the lining into the outer layer and baste stitch the two layers together around all the raw edges. Pin bias tape around the arm and neck holes, continuing it down either side of the back opening where the snaps will go. Top stitch the bias tape onto the bodice.
I did two rows of stitching to make sure it was fully attached. Baste stitch your two skirt layers together.
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