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Sew What! Skirts Blending Expert Advice With Inspiring Designs, Sew What Skirts Will Delight Both Novice And Veteran Sewers Alike This Spiral Bound Book Lays Flat For Easy Reference And Features Full Color Photographs Of 16 Sample Skirts, With Illustrated Step By Step Instructions For Completing Each One Encouraging You To Experiment With Bold Patterns And Unique Fabrics, Francesca DenHartog And Carole Ann Camp Provide Simple Guidelines For Translating Body Measurements Into Panel Dimensions Create A Custom Tailored Wardrobe That Fits Perfectly And Showcases Your Unique And Personal Style.

About the Author: Francesca DenHartog

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10 thoughts on “Sew What! Skirts

  1. says:

    I totally want to make myself a skirt or 2 from this book because nothing fits plus size petite gals The instructions are easy, well written and illustrated and fun.

  2. says:

    I wish I could give this book 3 1 2 stars I really liked the idea and concept of this book, but I ran into some frustrations with it I made two skirts fromt this book The first was a drawstring A line skirt It turned out pretty good, but I didn t know how wide to make the bottom and they didn t suggest how wide you should make it because they enc

  3. says:

    This was not what I thought it was going to be This is a beginner book for people who don t want to use patterns If you are already past the early beginner stage or the thought of sewing without a pattern terrifies you, then this book is probably not for you I was looking for a book that would help me create a skirt that fits me well without a ton of tria

  4. says:

    This book gives you a number of skirt styles on which to base your own skirt pattern.Most of the skirts featured are not long but can be modified to be so You ll want to make sure that if you re making the skirt longer that you adjust it just right For instance, with the wrap skirt, I found that the longer you make it, the bulkier and wider too wide it becomes, bu

  5. says:

    This was a good basic project book I liked a few of the skirts and all of them gave me ideas for other skirts that could be made based on these designs Definitely a good book for anyone who s not a super star sewer and who s looking for some great easy project ideas that don t requir...

  6. says:

    I liked it.at first Interesting background info and lovely photos But the information is too simplistic If you are not very curvy and all you want is A line skirts, go ahead I have almost 10 inches of difference between my waist and hips and so my figure needs a littlestructure I preferred Skirt a day by Nicole Smith and though I didn t make all the styles, I found the drafting cha

  7. says:

    Sew What Skirts is a clever book The authors teach a framework for creating template patterns for a variety of basic skirt styles including A line, wrap, circle, straight and layered skirt styles , which you can personalize with your choices of fabrics, trim and other design elements It s a fun and simple system, even...

  8. says:

    They had me at the intro where the explained the projects were arranged from easiest to easy There is a very good intro with solid info on getting your hip to waist measurements right so that these skirts you labor over actually fit you properly.I liked the retro graphics used to introduce chapters and concepts.Projects I liked and will hopefully make some day Meandering Vines Got No Ties wrap skirt

  9. says:

    This was OK The gist of the book is that you don t need to buy a pattern to make a skirt The author shows how to create a basic template for a skirt that s custom fit, and then shows several patterns that start off from those basic shapes and go in different directions to get you started I didn t find any of the designs particularly inspiring I have also been finding that, right now at least, I m not at a po

  10. says:

    This summer, I ve discovered the domestic goddess within Don t laugh, I m serious Have been trying to teach myself how to sew to some arguable success This book promises that I, too, can sew fabulous looking skirts without even using a store bought pattern How cool is that The book is full of helpful tips and explanations for the beginning sewer it s got me all psyched to fill my closet with custom made A lines in gr

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