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Dont be Afraid of the Bias Skirt: a Tutorial from guest Corinneas Chaos

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Dont be Afraid of the Bias Skirt: a Tutorial from guest Corinneas Chaos

Stacey says

This looks like a fabulous addition to the summer wardrobe. I’m totally digging the knit waistband. It’s perfect!

Dont be Afraid of the Bias Skirt: a Tutorial from guest Corinneas Chaos

Maria says

Love it!

Dont be Afraid of the Bias Skirt: a Tutorial from guest Corinneas Chaos

Rae says

oh SO great! Love it!! Want to make one right. now. So question tho: did you add a SA for the bottom skirt portion or just make it as wide as H at the top? I presume if not that there is enough give from the bias to account for the seams? Totally may have missed something though, thanks for the great tute! :)

Dont be Afraid of the Bias Skirt: a Tutorial from guest Corinneas Chaos

Corinnea says

Rae, see disclaimer, ha ha. As soon as I read your question, I slapped myself. I should have explained that, yes, the give of the bias allows for no seam allowance addition. That is were a good measurement and getting correctly on the bias comes in! Thanks for pointing that out! Happy sewing!

Dont be Afraid of the Bias Skirt: a Tutorial from guest Corinneas Chaos

liZ evans says

Ok, so I agree with Jessica…I totally think these would would work with “baby bumps”. I’m going to make one sooner than later—they look cool and comfortable and since I just started my third trimester cool and comfortable sounds wonderful.
Thank you for sharing.

Dont be Afraid of the Bias Skirt: a Tutorial from guest Corinneas Chaos

Jessica says

This skirt is seriously comfortable. I LOVE it and will be requiring at least a few more colors be made for me! :)

Dont be Afraid of the Bias Skirt: a Tutorial from guest Corinneas Chaos

Belinda says

Genius! I’m giving this a shot today!

Dont be Afraid of the Bias Skirt: a Tutorial from guest Corinneas Chaos

Becki and Jeff says

Thank you so much! I bought a linen blend fabric with a large print and couldn’t decide the kind of skirt I wanted from it! This suits my need! Simple, chic, and comfy…. yes, chic and comfy.
I’ll have to try this after my sewing a top.

Dont be Afraid of the Bias Skirt: a Tutorial from guest Corinneas Chaos

Norma's Nonsense says

This looks like the most comfortable skirt.. Since we have very hot summer days, I prefer wearing a cool skirt instead of pants. Besides, it just looks so fresh and sassy to wear a skirt and sandals. As I think about it, I wear mostly skirts in the winter too. I need to try to make one.

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