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German Style Dirndl Gathered Skirt

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by Kristy'sCraftyCloset
on August 31st, 2012

“Written well. Some steps were a little hard to wrap my head around. But over all it was okay. Skirt was cute when finished.”

Inspired by the Bavarian rich culture of Germany this Dirndl creates a fashion forward trend in skirts. In this pattern the Dirndl Style skirt has a waist line that fits at the natural waist and the length of the skirt is at the knee.

There are not many patterns that let you create a size you want for your skirt. The freedom and movement in this gathered skirt gives you is an amazing feeling. Enjoy making matching skirts for you and your daughter or niece.

This Pattern has lets you make any size skirt you want by using a math guide to make your personal pattern. It works on all sizes from baby to adult! *No pattern pieces are included.

In this Learn to Sew PDF Sewing Pattern you will learn to:
Insert a zipper, make a gathered skirt, add a waistband, make a nice hem and seams!
(You can change the length of the skirt to where it looks best on you.)

The pattern contains 44 beautiful detailed instructional pictures and user friendly instructions.

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* Sewing Machine
* Scissors
* Starch
* 2 small pieces of heavy Fusible interfacing about 1 1/2” by 2 1/2”
* Pins (we love glass heads or flat head pins)
* Chalk Marking Pen (available with quilting supplies)
* Iron and Ironing board
* 1 Glue Stick
* Good quality cotton fabric
* 80/12 sharp point sewing needle
* 1 zipper 8” for Adult and Youth size Skirts
* 1 zipper 7” for Child and Baby size Skirts
* Thread to match 40 weight

by Kristy'sCraftyCloset
on August 31st, 2012

Written well. Some steps were a little hard to wrap my head around. But over all it was okay. Skirt was cute when finished.

by Drinkard, Merylin
on March 3rd, 2012

Not as simple as it appears.

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