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Gypsy Skirt Sewing Recipe

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Author The Handmade Dress
Price $6.00
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by Crumpton, Rosa
on February 10th, 2014

“I love this style of skirt, had this pattern on my wish list for a while, glad I finally purchased. Directions are very simple.”

This is the kind of skirt that you can just live in! I've hiked, camped, rode bikes, wiped noses, went to church, and had great adventures in my gypsy skirts over the years! They are so comfy and have so many options (size range, length, and embellishment) that I’m sure you will use this pattern over and over for years to come, as I have. The wide waistband is so flattering for mamas (they cover my “I’ve-had-four-kids-roll” nicely). With no zippers or other closures to fuss with, they sew up very quickly too. Create your own style in just a couple of hours! Detailed instructions and color illustrations are included for easy construction.

Instructions to create your own pattern pieces.

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© July 2011 Samantha Caffee
Fair use of this pattern are subject to the following conditions:
There can be NO resale or reproduction of this pattern in part or whole with out written consent from the designer Samantha Caffee. This includes sharing or forwarding the pattern to anyone except the original purchaser.
No mass production or large quantity sale is permitted using this pattern (greater than 6 dresses) without prior consent from the designer Samantha Caffee.
Dresses made using this pattern for sale must clearly give credit to The Handmade Dress as the designer of the pattern.

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Ingredients needed:
Fabric (requirements will vary depending on your custom measurements)
Elastic (3” wide for adults, 2” wide for children, 1” wide for toddlers and babies)
Tissue Paper (You could use newspaper or wrapping paper)
Pencil
Ruler- a yard stick would work well
Measuring Tape
Calculator (optional)

by Crumpton, Rosa
on February 10th, 2014

I love this style of skirt, had this pattern on my wish list for a while, glad I finally purchased. Directions are very simple.

by Nystrom, Wendy
on May 29th, 2013

I really like this pattern a lot! I made a skirt for my daughter that she loved (and one for her AG doll to match), and finally made one for myself today. Just love this style -- it's very flattering, and it only took me about 2 hours from start to finish, including drafting the pattern. Thanks so much!

by Peterson, Joanna
on July 13th, 2012

This is such and easy and adaptable recipe. I made a skirt for me in an evening and I love it! I added a patch pocket on one side because as a mom to twin toddlers, you always need extra storage! My mom loves it and I'm already planning on making more for her, me and my little girl.

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