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The designer of this project calls it the "easiest skirt to make in the entire world". We like the sound of that! In just 20 minutes you can transform an over-sized shirt into a wearable skirt. Design and make your own clothes with this easy idea.
Sewing skills come in handy if you're interested in making designer knockoff clothing. You can actually create something similar to what you almost purchased! By following these designer inspired sewing patterns, you'll be able to create items that save you money but look like the real thing.
The 35 free skirt sewing patterns you'll find in this collection offer DIY ideas for how to make skirts that are not only inexpensive, but are fun to make and stylish. The results will have you smiling and others complimenting your crafty abilities!
Learn how to sew a dress with 45 Dress Patterns for Sewing plus 7 New Dress Patterns. You'll find free little girl dress patterns, free pillow case dress patterns, and other simple dress patterns in this stylish sewing collection.
My name is Allison Harris and I blog over at Cluck Cluck Sew and publish quilt patterns. I started quilting about six years ago and started my blog about that same time. I started a sewingquilting blog because I loved sharing my projects.
My name is Amber and I'm the girl behind Tangible Artiste. I love sewing. Its been one of my favorite mediums for a while now and I love hearing about, learning, and teaching others how to sew. Whether it's a simple house project or a tailored piece of clothing, I just love seeing a piece of fabric become something special!
Hi Im Amy. Im originally from Japan, currently living in sunny California with my hubby and two girls. I love to create handmade zakka, which refers to many household goods that add charm to our everyday lives. Hope you get inspired from my creations and from my first book, Zakka Handmades! (@2013 Creative Publishing international)
Amy Renea is a freelance design writer, blogger and commercial photographer based out of Hershey PA. You can find her award winning blog at A Nest for All Seasons and her photography portfolio at ALLENAIM.com
Angela Pingel is a self-taught quilter who has been sewing for over 20 years. She made her very first quilt during her senior year in high school for her college dorm room. Her degrees include a BA in Mathematics from Saint Marys College and an Associates Degree in Interior Design from Ivy Technical Institute. The winner of the Moda Bakeshop Sliced Competition, Angela is also part of the 2nd Bakeshop Book, Sweet Celebrations. Angela has been published in 101 Patchwork Projects, Modern Patchwork, and Quilt Scene by Interweave Press, 99 Modern Blocks by CT Publishing, and Quiltmakers 100 blocks, as well as being featured on Moda Bakeshop. She manages her blog, Cut To Pieces, in her free time between sewing and raising her sweet little girl with her husband, Mike.