Saturday, August 1, 2015

One Ruffle Repurposed Jean Skirt

Here's another one of my ruffle jean skirts, with only one ruffle,
  that I created to donate to
 girls in the foster care program.    
It is for a little girl that wears a size Toddler 2. 

My inspiration was this darling Eric Carle print fabric inspired by the book, "Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You See"
Polar Bear Dots Fabric

I cut a horizontal strip to create a boarder print ruffle for the jeans skirt. In fact, I cut 2 matching strips to make the full gathered strip added to the jean yoke. 

 If you want to make this skirt, here are some links to the different blog posts that show you, with written instructions and photos, how to make the skirt.

Creating the jean pants yoke for the skirt

Making the Flowers 

Using a Printable Step-by- Step Chart to Calculate How to Cut Out Your Ruffles and Connecting Pieces, Regardless of the Size of Skirt (You will be able to click on the provided chart to take you to my Google Drive. Then  you can print a copy of the chart for yourself.)

Sewing the Ruffles and Connecting Tiers to the Skirt Yoke

 Sewing the Flowers to the Skirt


1 comment:

  1. Such a cute skirt! Any little girl would love to have it!

    Navy Wifey Peters @ The Submarine Sunday Link Party


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