Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Novelty Felt Circle Skirt Tutorial!

Enjoy the Widely Popular Novelty Felt Circle Skirt Tutorial on my new blog

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    1. Thanks Wendy. I hope you make one!

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    2. I have a collection of fabulous vintage patterns from as far back as 1932.... I inherited all of them being the only girl... this pattern is so elegant in just a nice moving fabric even without the appliqué! I absolutely adore the vintage look and this skirt midcalf length a sexy pair of stripe down the back nylons and a demure top boat neck looks stunning and accents the waist... strutt your stuff stilettos and red lipstick... WINS EVERY ARGUMENT! Ps. A suspender belt is far more comfy and classy underneath! Promise to send pics. ... kissus Gwenikè

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  2. This is great! Can't wait for the next part. Will you be including images of vintage novelty skirts for inspiration?
    Thanks,
    Emily

    Emily's Vintage Visions
    vintagevisions27.blogspot.com

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    1. Part Two will be up tomorrow. Since you asked, I will include inspirational images when I go through the applique portion!

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  3. This is fabulous and how easy to make:) The added novelty items are looking so cute!

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    1. I hope you make one! I would love to see what you come up with!

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  4. I love this! Thanks for sharing. I'll check back for part II.

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  5. Oooohhhh!!! So excited for this!!!! I've been waiting since you announced you were doing it! Can't wait for part 2. As soon as I can get my butt to the fabric store I'm trying this!!

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    1. <3 Can't wait to see what you come up with!!!!!!

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  6. Great tutorial, have been really excited about this. Am planning my appliqué and definitely want to try it out. Thanks!

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    1. FANTASTIC! I can't wait to see what you make :D

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  7. I am totally using this to make some skirts this winter when I am snowed in. You are a fountain of knowledge for me.

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  8. Hi love your blog, Just wanted you to know I have just used your great poodle skirt post and created my own, please drop by and take a look, I also mentioned you, hope you don't mind, but thought everyone should know how great it was. thanks, ally at http://honeypotcreation.blogspot.co.uk/

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  9. I wish I had known about your awesome blog before sunday's pinup parade! I even saw you and your family at the tiki room. You look so nice and easily approachable. Maybe I'll get to make a felt skirt and meet you next time. I would love to show you my outcome. Thanks for this tutorial!

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  10. I'm definitely going to make one! I think this tutorial is easy enough for me! and not a lot of sewing, so I wont need a machine! fabulous!

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  11. hi i wanted to ask when you cut the waist and you said you number was a 6 how did you determined that..im not sure what mine would be lol

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  12. oops never mind i reread instructions and i get it now thanks

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  13. I might have made my waist a tad big.. is there a way to adjust that?

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  14. Can this skirt be made out of cotton fabric and still haventhe dame or simialr look?

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  15. Can this skirt be made out of cotton fabric and still haventhe dame or simialr look?

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